Monthly Archives: May 2014

Resolving EventID: 4292 IPSec driver Block mode Error !!

I recently encountered a situation with a Virtual Machine running Guest OS Windows Server 2003 SP2. The parent partition (Host) is running Hyper-v 2012 R2. I could login to the VM console using Hyper-v Manager, the Guest OS had an … Continue reading

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Starting a saved virtual machine–with a missing virtual hard disk

Reblogged from Ben Armstrong’s Virtualization Blog . I came across a person with this problem on our forums recently: If you have a virtual machine that is in a saved state, but one of the virtual machines disks is now … Continue reading

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Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V (Part 5) – Intense School

See on – Hyper-v and Windows Server 2012 RT @VTTechnology: #WinServ12R2 HyperV http://t… See on

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What You Need to Know About Software Defined Networking in Hyper-V (Part 5)

See on – Hyper-v and Windows Server 2012 This article continues the discussion of software defined networking by examining the process of creating a logical network. See on

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Configuring Active Directory Time using the W32TM Utility.

Active Directory domain time in my lab domain has been off by a few minutes of UTC time for a while now. Resetting time across an Active Directory domain is a straight forward process using the W32tm command line tool. … Continue reading

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