Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V Add virtual disk to virtual machine

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Start Hyper-V Manager, choose a virtual machine, right-click and select Settings. Click on the IDE Controller 0, select Hard Drive and click Add. Click Browse,  and select the virtual disk you want to add. Click OK to close the Settings. You can see the virtual disk has been added.   https://kandz.me/windows-server-2…-virtual-machine/   Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V Add virtual disk to virtual machine

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Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V Import Virtual Machine

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Open Hyper-V Manager.  At the right side, on Actions Panel click Import Virtual Machine. Click Next. Click Browse and go to the folder of the VM you want to import. Then choose the VM you want to import Choose one of the 3 Import Types. Register …  Does nothing with the files, just registers the VM. If exported from the same server then can run only one copy at a time Restore … Copies the files to a location you specify and registers the VM. If exported from the same…

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Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V Export Virtual Machine

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Open Hyper-V Manager. Right-click the VM you want to export and choose Export Click Browse and select the location you want to export all files of the VM, including its configuration files, virtual hard disks, and checkpoints. With PowerShell you use export-vm: export-vm -name vm1 -path c:\     Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V Export Virtual Machine

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Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V create a virtual machine with PowerShell

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Open PowerShell. Here is an example of how to create a simple VM new-vm -name”VM2″ -generation 1 -memorystartupbytes 1gb – newvhdsizebytes 8gb -newvhdpath c:\vm2.vhdx SOME PARAMETERS: name – the name of the VM generation – 1 or 2, specifies the VM’s generation –memorystartupbytes – the amount of memory, default value is 512 MB newvhdsizebytes – specifies the size of the virtual hard disk for the VM newvhdpath – creates a new virtual hard disk and connects it to the new virtual machine. vhdpath – path to an already created virtual hard disk. More information…

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Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V create a virtual machine

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Open Server Manager. Go to Tools > Hyper-V Manager Select a Hyper-V server in the left panel and then in the right panel choose New > Virtual Machine Click Next, then specify a name for the virtual machine. If you want to store it to a different location check the checkbox and then Browse. Click Next. Choose the virtual machine generation, Generation 1 or Generation 2. Click Next. Specify the memory for the virtual machine. Click Next. From the drop-down list select a virtual switch and click Next. Specify if…

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