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Right, so i have a couple computers of varying age and model, and want to know if there is a free way to have the newest model computer assign tasks to the older computers, so that the Computer will run faster, and be better able to handle high resources demands.
The Hyper-V prioritisations are all about percentages. VMM uses CPU models. I don`t see where the commonality is. This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com
Is there any documentation yet on how CPU prioritisation works in VMM. It's not exactly clear. Honestly, the native Hyper-V system is much better. If it does exist ... have you a URL? And ... which takes precedence ... Hyper-V CPU config or VMM? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization...