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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Windows 8.1 / iSCSI / Hyper-V Depedencies
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comment Windows 8.1 / iSCSI / Hyper-V Depedencies
I already had Hyper-V setup to depend on iSCSI. Hyper-V showed errors because it could not access the configuration files, which were on the SAN. I changed Hyper-V to start on "Delayed startup" and that works. Not ideal, but as long as I don't need to manually start the VM's, I am happy. I didn't have this issue when I was running just Windows 8...
Jul
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comment Windows 8.1 / iSCSI / Hyper-V Depedencies
I would agree, but possibly since this is not a server operating system, it doesn't put that much priority on iSCSI?
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asked Windows 8.1 / iSCSI / Hyper-V Depedencies
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Hot redirect http/https request coming to port 80 to a internal tomcat server on 8080
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted How to configure and enable NAT with server core installation
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comment How to configure and enable NAT with server core installation
Yeah, that's what I have been doing. The goal is to fully automate installation/configuration of certain services.
Dec
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answered How to configure and enable NAT with server core installation
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asked How to configure and enable NAT with server core installation
Oct
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comment VM guests in a private network spread across clustered hosts
My answer is a debate between need versus convenience. This is not a production environment so, I hate to say, convenience wins. Failover clustering is one of the requirements for this environment. If I need to ensure that specific guests run on specific hosts, that defeats the purpose of the cluster. I would love if that wasn't true, then I would do option 3 without question.
Oct
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comment VM guests in a private network spread across clustered hosts
I would lose the ability to run multiple virtual machines on different hosts but are not on the same network.
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awarded  Supporter
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comment VM guests in a private network spread across clustered hosts
I will check out 2012 next week. I am running 2012 on a few machines, but they aren't clustered. I will let you know what I find out!
Oct
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comment VM guests in a private network spread across clustered hosts
Yeah, VLANs will most likely be what we will use. Options 2 isn't quite feasible as we would need 10-20 NICs per host. And 3 isn't available either since we would lose benefits of having everything clustered.
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