HYPER-V VM CONFIGURATION VERSION SUPPORTED FEATURES

Supported features The following table shows the minimum virtual machine configuration version required to use some Hyper-V features. WINDOWS SERVER WINDOWS 10 VERSION FEATURE Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 Windows 10 1507 6.2 Hot Add/Remove Memory Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 Windows 10 1507 6.2 Secure Boot for Linux VMs Windows Server 2016 […]

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Windows Server 2016: Configuring Hyper-V Replica in a workgroup environment

In a workgroup environment the most common way to create the certificates for Hyper-V hosts was to use the makecert utility but, given that this utility is depricated now and the new cmdlet New-SelfSignedCertificate  is available instead in Windows Server 2016, the process of configuring workgroup replicas became a bit easier. In these two articles I’d like to […]

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Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V VM Replication

Setting up Hyper-V replication allows you to replicate a virtual machine from one Hyper-V environment over to another.  The nice things about replication in the Microsoft Hyper-V hypervisor world is that there is no appliance to have to setup or other plugin you have to have to make this work.  It is included in the box.  Let’s […]

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How to install Centos 7 on hyper-v windows Server

To install centos 7 on hyper-v windows Server Step-1: in hyper-v manager select the host machine and right click –>new –>virtual machine   Step-2: follow the wizard give name to vm   Step – 3: choose the generation we will be using the  generation  2 to take advantage of some of the features. Step – […]

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How to Create and Run Virtual Machines With Hyper-V

Hyper-V is a virtual machine feature built into Windows. It was originally part of Windows Server 2008, but made the leap the to desktop with Windows 8. Hyper-V allows you to create virtual machines without any additional software. This feature isn’t available on Windows 7, and it requires the Professional or Enterprise editions of Windows 8, […]

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