Last Updated on 18 Feb. 2015, Total: 10 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. List Memory Configuration for all Virtual Machines on Local or Remote Hyper-V Hosts

    Tip explains how you can use Get-VMMemory PowerShell cmdlet to list memory configuration for one or more virtual machines running on local or remote Hyper-V hosts... Read More

  2. How to Mount a Virtual Hard Disk File using PowerShell?

    Tip explains how to mount a virtual hard disk file using PowerShell... Read More

  3. How to List Disk Volumes Associated with a Virtual Hard Disk file using PowerShell?

    Tip explains how to list volumes associated with a Virtual Hard Disk file using PowerShell... Read More

  4. What is Enhanced Session Mode in Hyper-V?

    Tip explains Enhanced Session Mode in Hyper-V... Read More

  5. Hyper-V Backup Guidance

    Go here for guidance on backing up a Hyper-V infrastructure... Read More

  6. Delegating Hyper-V Management

    In more complex organizational structures you may need members of your staff to manage Hyper-V servers without giving them full administrative access. We can do that with Authorization Manager... Read More

  7. Backing up virtual machine files stored on a volume mounted via GUID

    When attempting to backup VM files on a volume mounted via GUID on a failover cluster, the backup will fail. To resolve the issue you need a hotfix... Read More

  8. Moving Virtual Machines between Hyper-V Hosts

    Moving VMs between Hyper-V hosts manually requires a certain process of Export and Import... Read More

  9. See more in Hyper-V Admin MMC

    See more information about your virtual machines by removing unnecessary panes in the Hyper-V Admin Console... Read More

  10. Keep your VM Files together

    When you create a new virtual machine, specify a different location so that you can have all the files together in a single folder structure... Read More

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