Tagged: Hyper-V

An error occurred while attempting to connect to server "HYPV0". Check that the Virtual Machine Management service is running and that you are authorized to connect to the server. The operation on computer 'HYPV0' failed: WinRM cannot process the request. The following error occurred while using Kerberos authentication: Cannot find the computer HYPv0. Verify that the computer exists on the network and that the name provides is spelled correctly. 1

Hosts outside your domain – Hyper-V with CredSSP

Connecting to and managing hosts outside your domain, or in a Workgroup Your management devices and hosts will often be members of the same domain.  Kerberos handles authentication in this scenario, typically without the...

Hyper-V Resource Allocation Check - Test-HyperVAllocation - Overprovisioning diagnostic for Hyper-V 9

Hyper-V resource allocation check

Using PowerShell to perform a Hyper-V resource allocation check This Powershell script determines the current resource allocation health of a Hyper-V server or nodes in a Hyper-V Cluster.  The script will automatically scan the...

Hyper-V Manager - VM Settings - New Virtual Hard Disk Wizard - Disk Type 2

Create New-VHD via PowerShell or GUI

How To: Create New-VHD via PowerShell or GUI and attach to existing VM If you prefer video over written format the corresponding video for this write-up can be viewed below: Here is all the...

Hyper-V - New Virtual Machine Wizard - Specify Name and Location 4

New Hyper-V VM via PowerShell or GUI

If you prefer video over written format the corresponding video for this write-up can be viewed below: Here is all the PowerShell code required for the creation of a new Hyper-V VM.  The code...

Disk2vhd - Sysinternals - Multiple drives 0

Hyper-V P2V using Disk2vhd

Migration of physical server to Hyper-V VM – P2V using Disk2vhd If you prefer video over written format the corresponding video for this write-up can be viewed below: P2V (or Physical to Virtual) is...