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  • Backing up entire virtual machines.

    I want to backup all my virtual machines, as a whole. Not just files on a virtual machine, I want to grab the whole virtual machine. Is there a way to automate this? I have about 10 virtual servers, each has between 2-5 virtual machines running. I am using Hyper-V

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  • Is SATA II disks adequate for running VMs

    I built a Hyper-V server, which has a 6 channel SATA II controller. I will use one disk to run he host OS (Windows 2008 Server Enterprise - Core) and will use the remaining 5 SATA II disks to run VMs on. In addition the system has the capacity to hold 32GB RAM, and has 2 Quad CPU sockets. My...

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  • Hyper-V remote management tools not working over VPN

    When i try and run some Hyper V remote management tools over the VPN (wireless connection) I receive a "Access Denied: Unable to establish communication" error message. Is this an issue with my VPN? or something else

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  • Virtual machine performance management in Hyper-V

    Microsoft Virtual Server provides two ways for managing the priorities of virtual machines: weight-based and constraint-based resource allocation. What's different in Hyper-V?

  • Hyper-V and Itanium sevrer

    i know Hyper-v runs on 64-bit servers but does it work with Itanium servers?

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  • Hyper-V performance of virtual machines on Windows Server 2008

    Is there a noticeable performance of virtual machines if Hyper-V is used on a Windows Server 2008 Core installation vs. Windows Server 2008 Full install?

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  • Hyper-V and WLAN connection

    Hyper-v is installed on a notebook using a WLAN connection. I cant get an external network up-to-date for hyper- v, since it does not accept the WLAN adapter for it. If I activate the deactivated local network network, then I can furnish an external net. Any suggestions since I only use WLAN

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  • Windows Server 2008 Hyper V virtual machine not restarting

    When i restore my Windows Server 2008 hyper V from backup the virtual machine does not restart. I don't receive any error messages. Any ideas of how to troubleshoot?

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  • Hyper-V VM installation: “cannot change state” error

    I did follow the steps you mentioned for Hyper-V VM installation. But i get this error which says "cannot change state" after i start the VM.

  • Hyper-V performance management parameters

    I need following figures for the HyperV 1.Hyper Fixed overHead * CPU Utilization * Memory Utilization 2.Hyper Variable overHead * CPU Utilization * Memory Utilization

  • Performance monitoring virtual CPU calls

    I just read your advice on <a href=http://searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com/expert/KnowledgebaseAnswer/0,289625,sid94_gci1274257_tax303723,00.html>performance monitoring for virtualization</a>. You said that translating virtual CPU calls to physicals ones was tough. Is this...

  • Hyper-V VM installation error: cannot change state?

    I followed Anil Desai's step-by-step guide for Hyper-V VM installation (http://searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com/loginMembersOnly/1,289498,sid94_gci1294582,00.html), but I get this error which says "cannot change state" after I start the VM. What is wrong?

  • Why would a service provider recommend Microsoft Hyper-V over VMware?

    On SearchSystemsChannel.com, systems expert Hilary Cotter says that Microsoft has done its homework with Hyper-V to make it competitive with VMware ESX. But some VMware partners say Hyper-V has a lot of growing up to do before it can take on VMware. Who's right? Which one should VARs recommend to...

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