Hyper-V is reliable for hosting virtual machines, but things sometimes go wrong. Fortunately, PowerShell can repair Hyper-V hosts and fix the problem.
Ever wonder if there’s enough physical space to allow you to perform an action in a Hyper-V VM? Here’s how to check without leaving the virtual machine.
What can you do if you need to know which Hyper-V host a particular VM is running on? Roll up your sleeves and use these helpful PowerShell commands.
System Center Virtual Machine Manager makes adding a Hyper-V host easy. But sometimes problems occur. If this happens to you, here are some possible fixes.
Creating a new VM on a Hyper-V server usually goes well — until it doesn’t. The solution to one perplexing problem isn’t elegant, but it did the job.
Think you can’t enable BitLocker on a Gen 1 Hyper-V virtual machine? Think again. And here’s a step-by-step guide how to do it.
There are reasons for delaying Hyper-V virtual machine startup, but it’s easier said than done. Fortunately, there is an undocumented cmdlet you can use.
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