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Microsoft Hyper-V is a hypervisor-based virtualization system for x86-64 systems. Hyper-V exists in two variants: as a stand-alone product called Microsoft Hyper-V Server, and as an installable role in Windows Server 2008 and later. Both variants are able to run in Windows Server Core versions.

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Mount the VHD on another VM (or on the Hyper-V host itself) and clean it up that way.
answered Aug 11 '16 by joeqwerty
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If you've changed the defaults then simply change them back. Right click the title bar, select Defaults and set the Window Size:Height to 25.
answered Apr 28 '15 by joeqwerty
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Is it possible to run a live machine on a replication target? Yes it is. As for drawbacks, make sure the target host is appropriately sized to run production workloads and the replicated workloads in …
answered Feb 24 '15 by joeqwerty
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What is using up the space in the VHD? - It could be anything. Have you recently cleaned up system files in the guest OS? Have you recently deleted a large amount of data in the guest OS? Do I just n …
answered Jun 7 '16 by joeqwerty
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Hyper-V Quick Create isn't available in Windows Server, so it isn't possible to add it.
answered Oct 17 '18 by joeqwerty
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It sounds like the document is instructing you to use ping as a method of validating network connectivity, which it isn't unless you know that ping should work in the first place, which it doesn't by …
answered Jan 19 '17 by joeqwerty
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As for getting the nested Hyper-V guests to connect to the external network, you probably need to enable Promiscuous Mode on the ESXi vSwitch, and additionally you may need to enable MAC Address Spoof …
answered Apr 11 by joeqwerty
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Windows will report all of the memory that is installed in the machine but how much it actually uses is dependent on the architecture: x86 or x64 and edition: Standard, Enterprise, etc. To allow Windo …
answered Jan 28 '11 by joeqwerty
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Use Windows Server Backup. Windows Server Backup doesn't save "a lot of unnecessary data", it saves everything that is required to perform a bare metal restore if you perform a Full Server backup or …
answered Jan 6 '14 by joeqwerty
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•Restart each VM (Monthly) - This is debatable. I don't reboot servers unless it's needed to resolve an issue, apply an update or make a change that requires a reboot. •Remove any Temp files / genera …
answered Jan 9 '14 by joeqwerty
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It sounds like you didn't enable the Allow management operating system to share this network adapter setting on the virtual switch. With a single NIC you'll need to enable this on the virtual switch s …
answered May 17 '15 by joeqwerty
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Stop trying to bridge the Virtual Switch adapter with ANY of the physical network adapters in the host. That's not how Hyper-V networking works and is no doubt the cause of your problems. The correct …
answered Nov 7 '12 by joeqwerty
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Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V Failover Clusters support DC-less bootstrapping, so the Cluster will bootstrap without needing a DC to be available, so there's really no "chicken or the egg" scenario. …
answered Apr 14 '16 by joeqwerty
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The virtual machines aren't bound to your Hyper-V management console, they're bound to the Hyper-V host. Changing the domain membership of the computer that you're running the Hyper-V Manager from won …
answered Mar 12 '15 by joeqwerty
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In Hyper-V Settings there are two data locations: Virtual Machines and Virtual Hard Disks. The .bin and .vsv files are stored in the Virtual Machines location. It sounds like the Virtual Hard Disks lo …
answered Jun 5 '15 by joeqwerty

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