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It depends on how your configured your Virtual machines. If you have your VMs configured to 'Turn OFF', then shutting down the host OS would be close to equivalent to pulling the power from the VMs. If your VMs are configured this way, and you want them to safely shutdown, then you need to shut them down first. You could also use the other options like ...
Azure Backup will serve you better. Actually it got updated this week with new features: http://azure.microsoft.com/blog/2015/03/31/azure-backup-announcing-new-pricing-model-for-tco-reduction/ More Info: http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/services/backup/
Base on your VMware Workstation version you have to use "0" or "false". For Vmware Workstation 10 its working with these settings: tools.syncTime = "FALSE" time.synchronize.continue = "FALSE" time.synchronize.restore = "FALSE" time.synchronize.resume.disk = "FALSE" time.synchronize.shrink = "FALSE" time.synchronize.tools.startup = "FALSE" ...
Remember that Virtual Machines disks are stored as VHDs on an Azure Storage. Said that, basically this is what you need to do: Create a storage in your new subscription Take note of the disks associated with your VM. Select VM -> Dashboard -> Get the list of disks at the bottom. Take note of the VM settings like network, size, etc. Delete the VM (WITHOUT ...
I wouldn't migrate the VM at all. Create a new VM in the new region, use a media install for ADDS (https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc770654(v=ws.10).aspx) then let the replication catch up. This could be from a disk you added to the existing DC that you move. Once complete, demote the old DC, and remove it.
The UI may be confusing here, but Hyperthreaded Core Sharing and the Scheduling Affinity are separate items. Hyper threading Sharing is just finer control over the HT options. The Scheduling Affinity dialog displays Hyperthreading status (which is controlled at the hardware BIOS level) and then allows you to specify taskset-style CPU affinity masks. ...
You can create a site-to-site VPN connection, If your users are on different LAN networks, you have to option to create a point-to-site VPN connection. technically, both options will allow your VM to appear as if it's in your local LAN, you will have the ability to map network drives with this. ...
Yes, you can setup your Sage software installation on Google Cloud. For connecting your current LAN infrastructure or local drives to your Cloud server, you can use Google Compute Engine VPN as described in this article: https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/vpn
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