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April, 2014

  • Ben Armstrong

    Listing all the IP Addresses used by VMs

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    Here is a neat little snippet of PowerShell: Get-VM | ?{$_.State -eq "Running"} |  Get-VMNetworkAdapter | Select VMName, IPAddresses If you run this on a Hyper-V Server it will give you a listing of all the IP addresses that are assigned...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Exporting a Virtual Machine Checkpoint

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    Something neat that you can do in Windows Server 2012 / Windows 8 or later is to export a virtual machine checkpoint.  You can do this by either: Selecting the checkpoint in the UI and selecting Export from the action pane Using the Export-VMSnapshot...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Hyper-V Networking–NIC Teaming

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    If you look at the advanced features of a network adapter in Hyper-V, you may have noticed the NIC Teaming option below: And wondered what this was about. In most deployments you will enabled network adapter teaming in the host operating system, and connect...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Understanding Maximum Dynamic Memory from inside a VM

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    Dynamic memory is a great feature that allows Hyper-V administrators to get better utilization of their physical memory.  But it can be hard to tell what is going on from inside of a virtual machine.  There are, however, some things that you...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Importing a VM with VHDs in Different Paths

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    I was recently given an interesting challenge.  I was asked to show how you could use PowerShell to import a virtual machine; where the virtual hard disks were stored in multiple different locations.  Now, if the virtual hard disks were all...
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