Windows Server 2016 carries forward a very popular feature called Automatic Virtual Machine Activation (AVMA). Check out Eric’s explanation of the feature.
Node Fairness is a feature of Failover Clustering that will automatically Live Migrate guests away from an overloaded cluster node. Here’s how it works and how you can set it up in Hyper-V 2016.
Windows Server 2016 brought several changes to the way that you’ll approach licensing, especially if you’re running it as a guest OS of a hypervisor.
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!
Avoid the hassle of deleting a virtual machine by running this procedural script that will completely delete a Hyper-V Virtual Machine in one sweep.
PowerShell Remoting lets you manage your Hyper-V environment using a great command-line interface that provides you better options than a GUI ever can. Here’s how.
Switch Embedded Teaming enables the Hyper-V virtual switch to directly control multiple physical network adapters simultaneously. Compare and contrast this with the method used in 2012 and 2012 R2, in which a single Hyper-V virtual switch can only control a single physical or logical adapter.
Here’s why I don’t believe you should back up the management operating system environment itself. But do back up your virtual machines!
Update WSUS Installation Media and Hyper-V Templates using this FREE PowerShell Script. The script will automatically update both VHDX and WIM files.