Setting up provisioning in a small business can be a challenge, to both set the correct provision, and not over or under provision, and to get the financial investment right. We have a set of points to help your SMB out, check it out here:
In this post we answer a number of questions that we received from our viewers following our Troubleshooting Hyper-V webinar. Have a look at the answers if you’re looking to troubleshoot Hyper-V, and feel free to add more questions in the comments.
We asked 12 Microsoft MVPs what their favourite upcoming Hyper-V features are in Windows Server 2016, and how they can help businesses and IT Pros. Find out what they said!
With Windows Server 2012 you can set up a VHDX. If you already have a VHD you can convert it and benefit from data loss prevention against sudden interruptions, extend the data size, and improve compatibility. Find out how to Convert VHD to VHDX in this guide.
It can be very frustrating to deal with VMs that are experiencing some sort of checkpoint issue. Luckily, Hyper-V gives us the ability to manually merge the AVHDX files with the parenting disk so that we can potentially resolve the checkpoint headache. In this guide we show you how to manually merge Hyper-V Checkpoints.
Hyper-V checkpoints are a double-edged technology. Used appropriately, they can be a quick and simple solution to any number of problems. Used inappropriately, they can cause an entire deployment to be brought to a catastrophic halt. To make it worse, many people are not entirely clear on just what a checkpoint truly is. This guide is meant to help you correctly Implement Hyper-V Checkpoints.
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