• TGIF: IT Book Giveaway

    Happy Friday, everyone! If you want to take a break from your hectic day at the office, you've come to the right place to get those competitive juices flowing. We're giving away Embedded Linux Primer, Second Edition from the Prentice Hall Open Source Software Development Series. If you want this...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual Apps vs. Virtual Desktops

    I work for small school district with about 600 PCs on our network. We have a 1GB backbone and 12 servers (7 of them VMs). I recently put in a large terminal server to utilize thin clients, but found restricts with software I could run on the server OS (Win 2008R2). In some research, I came across...

    Juttej35 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-V Host Not Responding in SCVMM R2

    I have a 2 node hyper-v cluster managed by SCVMM R2. Node 1 has the correct agent version but node 1 is not responding and has an older version. I try and update agent but it fails and is still not responding. The option to correct this is to remove the host and add it back in, but with a cluster...

    Spadasoe5,130 pointsBadges:
  • Making Virtualized Physical Resources Portable

    Suppose I have a datacenter with a number of vitualization and cloud-based solutions running at the same time - KVM, VMware, Xen, etc. all of which have type 1 hypervizors and demand the undivided resources of a single physical server. How can I port physical servers from one environment to another...

    Rojizo5 pointsBadges:
  • Domino – Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V and EqualLogic configuration suggestions

    Any one have experience with the above configuration? I am not a SAN guy, so looking for configuration suggestions for the Hyper-V settings, and Equallogic SAN configuration.

    SlikTool1,840 pointsBadges:
  • Changing host machine name in Hyper-V

    In a Hyper-V system -- is it possible to change the computer name of a host machine? Will it affect the setup or the other machines?

    BladeMarvel35 pointsBadges:
  • How to match specs for a server to host virtual machines

    We want to virtualize 4 computers we have their needs for a processor and memory. How can we match those specs up to a server that will host these virtual machines? Can you run virtual machines on computer without hyper v? What will the outcome be? Will it be slow? Is there a limitation? What does...

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • What tools do I have available to migrate VMs from ESX to Hyper-V?

    We have a large number of VM's on ESX today. What tools do I have available to migrate these VMs from ESX to Hyper-V? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat held on August 27th.

    ITKE351,335 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way to migrate VMs from ESX to Hyper-V (easily)?

    Is there a way to migrate VMs from ESX to Hyper-V (easily)? This question is from the 7/30 Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

    ITKE351,335 pointsBadges:
  • Managing Hyper-V from an XP-compatible console

    The following question was recently submitted by a user via e-mail: I want to manage Hyper-V from an XP machine; where can I get an XP-compatible install of the console?

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • Internet access on Hyper-V Private/Internal Networks?

    Is there any way to have internet access on VMs in Hyper-V that are on Private or Internal networks? In vmware there was a simple NAT process, and VMWare had a built in dhcp server for that purpose.

    Zacharystern10 pointsBadges:
  • ISA 2006 Standard transition to TMG

    Hi! Do anybody have a hint how to make a transition from ISA 2006 server to new TMG with HyperV technology?

    Silviozg5 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-v + iscsi storage

    we use a hyper-v server which has a connection with a storage server through ISCSI, we manage the hyper-v server with MS VMM. when creating a machine from a template it copy's it to itself using BITS cause of that the creating taking 45min for deployment is there any way we can setup hyper-v or...

    ITKE351,335 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-V and VM on same hardware

    Is it possible to install Hyper-V Server 2008 (The free bit, not hyper-v built into Windows Server 2008), create a VM (obviously remotely in the first instance), then run that VM on the same piece of hardware as a kind of default OS, using the keyboard, mouse etc of the server machine?

    Quiggles5 pointsBadges:
  • Site reference to justify Hyper-V in production environment

    I'm thinking of proposing Hyper-V instead of VMWare to save cost. We don't need advance features like VMotion or Live Migration, only the virtualization capability. I would need a reference site to justify the proposal to convince the management that Hyper-V is stable and that other companies have...

    ITKE351,335 pointsBadges:
  • Does VMWare open any new security holes?

    I wonder if someone might point me at something that illustrates the additional problems of securing something like VMWare? Assuming that all servers are maintained with firewalls, AV etc, that they are properly administered by a minimum number of staff and that that same minimum number have...

    ITKE351,335 pointsBadges:
  • Policies and Thresholds for monitoring utilizaion

    I know that we can set policies and thresholds for monitoring things like CPU utilization.  Does this work in a scenario when the processor being used is under the control of Hyper-V (or another virtualization platform)?

    ITKE351,335 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-V Guest: USB-over-network

    Has anyone had any experience with using USB-over-network in a Hyper-V Guest environment? What are the best products?

    BladeMarvel35 pointsBadges:
  • I LOVE Vmware! Can you convince me to switch to MSFT?

    I LOVE Vmware!  Can you convince we to switch to MSFT? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Live Chat which took place on August 27th.

    ITKE351,335 pointsBadges:
  • Can I get a holistic view of applications, like SharePoint, that leverage the capabilities of a number of underlying technologies like SQL Server, IIS

    Can I get a holistic view of applications, like SharePoint, that leverage the capabilities of a number of underlying technologies like SQL Server, IIS, and Virtual Server / Hyper-V? We need to know that SharePoint is performing badly, but we need to know which underlying technology or hardware...

    ITKE351,335 pointsBadges:

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