Author: Eric Siron
Should Hyper-V be in the domain? Can Hyper-V host its own domain controller? Eric Siron confronts some potentially crippling myths about Hyper-V and domain controllers in this video and also boots up an instance to put these mistruths to rest
Traditionally, the preferred choice for a cluster quorum witness has been some type of networked disk. Small SAN LUNs do the trick nicely. Things have changed a bit, increasing the viability of the file share witness. You can configure one easily in a few simple steps.
The reasons, prerequisites, and steps necessary to reclaim unused space from your dynamically-expanding VHDXs. Includes PowerShell Tool for Compacting VHDX Files.
It may well be the most misused term in technology – find out what the word ‘server’ means as opposed to the most common usage and why this is important.
A clarification of Windows Server 2016 license stacking behavior for physical systems with CPUs that contain 8 or fewer cores
If you’re using Hyper-V with a third-party network load balancer and have network-related problems Eric’s compiled all the reasons why and how to solve them