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answered Disabling Windows Server 2008 firewall
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answered automatically bring up a new virtual machine using a sysprep vhd in hyper-v
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answered Adding a second VHD to a Hyper-V VM programatically or from the command line
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answered Windows Server 2008 R2 poor CPU performance
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comment Run Linux on Hyper-V Server
Thanks @Massimo! Remotely managing Hyper-V servers from a Windows 7 PC seems okay to me. I've been using HvRmote from some time to set up the authentication without a domain environment. Once the Linux servers have been set up, I don't expect to change virtualization configurations a lot.
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comment Run Linux on Hyper-V Server
@3dinfluence It was >3 years ago. I believe most on-board devices should be working fine on Linux now. I would probably get an SSD drive. The only driver I can find on the official website is a Windows driver. I know in Linux world, most people build their fancy stuff on their own, but I don't have the expertise to do so.
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asked Run Linux on Hyper-V Server
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answered How to connect remotly to the Hyper-v role on Windows 2008 Core without domain/workgroup auhtorisation
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accepted How to create a private network for 2 VMs across different VM host?
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asked How to create a private network for 2 VMs across different VM host?
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comment Is there any performance data comparing Hyper-V and VirtualBox?
Thank you! Let me rephrase my question. I'm a developer. For example, I'll run Sql server + my application on those VMs. I won't use the VM or host as an interactive computer. Most of my work can be done with remote desktop.
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asked Is there any performance data comparing Hyper-V and VirtualBox?
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answered Curious about my database server setup
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