Category Archives: Hyper-v 2012 R2

Enable Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 Core Virtual Machine Protection using existing Azure Site Replication Policy.

In this post, I’ll be writing about my steps for enabling on premise Virtual Machine protection to Azure Site Recovery using an existing Hyper-V Site Replication policy. In this deployment, I’ll be adding and registering a Hyper-V Core Server 2012 … Continue reading

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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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Simple PowerShell Script displays Total and Available Memory .

This script is an update to a previous post. In addition to displaying total and available disk space, it will also show the available memory at any given time for a server within a domain infrastructure. It has come in … Continue reading

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Removing a Temporary Template from System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 using PowerShell.

While going through a house cleaning task in System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2, I found that I couldn’t remove a vhdx file that was part of a template.This is because the vhdx still had a dependency called “Temporary … Continue reading

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Resolving System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 Error 1602.

My System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 lab deployment crashed on me a while ago. Any attempt to log on prompted the following error ID 1602 : I restarted the SCVMM Service and the SQL Service successfully, but each … Continue reading

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Resolving Cluster Shared Volume “Redirected Access Mode” Error.

A while ago, I encountered a Cluster Shared Volume error in my lab. I logged into the Failover Cluster Manager and noticed multiple error status messages in the Cluster Events log. The System Log Event ID 5125 kept showing up … Continue reading

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Resolving Hyper-v Error: “‘Unnamed VM’ could not initialize… The security ID structure is invalid.”

While moving my Lab to a new environment using the Hyper-v Export and Import VM options, I ran into an “‘Unnamed VM’ could not initialize… The security ID structure is invalid” error when trying to start the Domain Controller Virtual … Continue reading

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