Should you be using dynamic memory for your Hyper-V virtual machines? The debate has been going on for a long time — and it probably won’t end soon.
When something goes wrong with Windows Server Hyper-V, the event logs are a good place to look for answers. But navigating them can be a problem.
Here’s an easy way to create and clone a simple, generic Windows virtual machine without the hassle of creating a VM template or traditional deployment image.
In Windows Server 2016, Microsoft came up with a better way of providing storage to guest clusters – VHD sets. Here’s what you need to know to implement them.
Making modifications to the number of host logical processors available to a Hyper-V server can help you to gain more control over the way your server allocates hardware resources.
Need to bulk-assign custom properties for virtual machines or want to populate custom properties as a part of the VM creation process? Let PowerShell do the heavy lifting.
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