We have a new Windows Server 2016 box in our enviroment and joined to our domain with local VMs running. I can view, connect, and administer these VMs when connected via RDP to Hyper-V host.
The problem is I cannot see these VMs from Hyper-V manager on my local machine. It says
No virtual machines were found on this server. I can successfully remote into these VMs from my local machine via RDP but don't want to have to have this enabled for each VM or for the Host OS.
I do not have this problem with our Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V host. Is there some configuration change from Server 2012 R2 to Server 2016 that might account for this?
I am hoping this is a simple thing I am overlooking. All of the default Hyper-V related firewall rules remain enabled.
EDIT to clarify:
- I am connecting thru Hyper-V Manager from Windows 10 from a domain admin group user.
- I Can run the GET-VM powershell command to enumerate the VMs
- Newley created VMs initially show up but disappear when I refresh that server's list of VMs
I am connecting thru Hyper-V Manager from Windows 10 from a domain admin group user.