Tag Archives: Hyper-v

Implementing Azure Site Recovery Protection for my non-SCVMM Hyper-V Virtual Machines.

BCDR (Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery options) is a big deal for any I.T. Pro. My decision to go with with Microsoft Azure Site Recovery cloud service was easy after considering other options available to me, cost and the specific … Continue reading

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Error Deleting Logical Switch from System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012R2 (SCVMM2012R2)

I recently encountered an error trying to remove a Logical Switch in SCVMM2012R2 . The SCVMM2012R2 error prompt was that the Switch still had a dependency and I had to remove the dependency before successfully removing the switch. I checked … Continue reading

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Checking Available Disk Space and Memory with Powershell.

I frequently need to display the disk size, available disk space properties and Processor details of my remote Hyper-v 2012 Hosts servers. I could use the Computer Management snapin to do this, but it involves too many steps just to … Continue reading

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Configuring Windows Server 2012 as an iSCSI Target SAN in a Two Host Failover Cluster Part 5

As it turns out, I already have two Virtual machines running on one of the cluster nodes. I set these up before the cluster creation. The VMs are currently not cluster roles/resources. I will go ahead and make one of … Continue reading

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