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  • Disk space on a virtual machine

    Hi, I attend ITT Tech, and am majoring in the IT field. My question is I am setting up file servers on my Active Directory 2008, I need a disk 1. All my disk are allocated, I have disk 0 and cd-rom, and nothing more, Can I create a VHD for my disk 1 that is needed for my client server networking...

    crosscreek5 pointsBadges:
  • I need help to open a VHD file

    Hi! I need help to open a computer back up image on VHD file that its not mouthing to my new computer.

    davidflo45 pointsBadges:
  • VHD on Windows 7

    How do I open a VHD on Windows 7?

    geaneyke5 pointsBadges:
  • iSCSI Initiator errors after trying to set up IPsec.

    In an effort to set up some sort of security on the IP traffic between the systems using iSCSI I attempted to implement IPsec. In doing so the Windows iSCSI initiators were no longer able to communicate with the targets. So after removing the settings in the local security policy most of the...

    Cyanexavior15 pointsBadges:
  • How do I create a VM with Player without a .vmc file?

    I have some vhd files that I have downloaded from Microsoft that I have to run with Player. How do I create a VM with Player without a .vmc file?

    GandalfMCSD5 pointsBadges:
  • I am trying to prepare to migrate to Hyper-V from VMWare.

    I am trying to prepare to migrate to  HyperV from VMWare.  I am currently using VM Virtual Infrastructure Client 2.0 and I am unsure of how to retrieve the VMDK files to my PC so I can then convert them to VHDs. This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat held on August 27th.

    ITKE342,605 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-V VHD file copy

    I just installed the stand-alone version of Hyper-V on an HP DL380, and installed the Hyper-V management console on a Vista workstation. I'm able to create VM's/connect to the Hyper-V just fine. The problem is, can't figure out how to copy a VHD file onto the Hyper-V server. Since Windows Server is...

    BladeMarvel35 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-V Manager console showing no virtual machines

    when I launched the Hyper-V manager yesterday, I got this message "'No virtual machines were found on this server' under the Virtual Machine panel. I checked and found that the VHD still exist. Any help with troubleshooting? user submitted

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