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Did you find Hyper-V account? There's also another account named Hyper-V that needs to have permission. If it doesn't work, the best way is to simply uninstall hyper-v role and uninstall it again. Post this, import your vms.


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By applying the checkpoint, you forked the timeline of your VM. Then you deleted one of the two forks. Unfortunately, you deleted the fork that you wanted, rather than the fork that you didn't want. It's possible to delete either fork.


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$oneMonthAgo = (Get-Date).AddDays(-30) Get-VM | Foreach-Object { Get-Snapshot -VM $_ | Foreach-Object { if($_.Created -lt $oneMonthAgo) { Remove-Snapshot $_ -Confirm:$false }}} I guess the above script will do and yes add it to task scheduler which will still ease of the work. Recommend to delete the snapshots that are 3 days old.


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I'm leaving this question active in case someone finds it who happens to have made the same mistake I was making. In Step #7 above, the file didn't reappear because the CheckPoint deletion somehow merged in the unwanted state. It reappeared because this is a domain-joined OS using Folder Redirection and I was doing all of this on the Desktop. The file was ...


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You can try this approach: http://windowsitpro.com/hyper-v/delete-undeletable-checkpoint-hyper-v Another usefull link might be this one: https://gilgrossblog.wordpress.com/2014/05/02/cant-remove-hyper-v-backup-checkpointsnapshot-from-vm/ Hope this helps, regards


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I did a upgrade in the past and if Xen7 is compatible with your hardware you simply update over your old install. The datastore will be re-detected. (if you have a datastore separated from the Xen OS). The VM will ask to update the xentool after. In your case you need a three step upgrade, see that chart; Version Direct upgrade to XenServer 7.0? ...



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