Category Archives: Generation 2 Virtual Machines

Moving a Hyper-V Virtual Machine Storage to a Cluster Volume using PowerShell.

I have a Virtual Machine ADS00 running a guest OS WS 2012 R2 .It’s vhdx file is located on a Failover Cluster node physical server running Hyper-V Core 2012 R2. As the services offered and requirements for this VM continued … Continue reading

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23 Best Practices to improve Hyper-V and VM Performance

Best practices are the most obvious starting point for improving your Hyper-V and Virtual Machine performance and I’ve listed 23 of them for you below. 1. Avoid overloading Hyper-V Server You must not overload Hyper-V Server. In other words, there … Continue reading

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Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V Component Architecture Poster and Hyper-V Mini-Posters

The following poster was just released by Microsoft to help shed some light on the features Gen 2 Virtual machines :

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