In this tutorial, Eric provides you with several options to transfer files from a Windows-hosted Hyper-V setup to a Linux Hyper-V Guest. A handy resource with shortcuts including PowerShell.
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Understand industry-standard terminology around backup and how to apply it in a Hyper-V environment! Learn the language of virtualization backup.
Read the post here: Hyper-V Backup Best Practices: Terminology and Basics
When the Virtual Machine hits Critical Status you can panic, or you can discover what it means and how to get back on the road to recovery.
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Hyper-V is a great Microsoft product, but in some instances it uses very confusing terms and concepts. Here we break down and explain some of these terms.
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How does Disk Fragmentation really affect your Hyper-V infrastructure? Check out this article to understand the problem with fragmentation.
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Enhanced Session Mode in Client Hyper-V ties the VMConnect.exe application into the Hyper-V host’s VMBus component. Check out the guide.
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Having trouble deleting virtual hard disks left behind when you delete a virtual machine? Eric has a simple fix that will help you delete a VHD from a clustered shared volume!
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The first step is determining your storage requirements. Here are the things you need to know before choosing your preferred Hyper-V Backup Storage.
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Hyper-V virtual machines are defined by an XML file. Eric discusses the importance of XML files, how Hyper-V uses them, and why you should leave them alone.
Read the post here: Understanding Hyper-V’s relationship with virtual machine XML Files
Using PowerShell to connect ISOs to Virtual machines can get tricky. Learn how to create and connect an ISO to a Virtual Machine using Array Notation in PowerShell.
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