Hyper-V 2019 & 2016 Checkpoint will support Exchange 2016 or 2019 consistance backup or not

Hyper-V 2019 & 2016 Checkpoint will support Exchange 2016 or 2019 consistance backup or not.

For Windows update or cumulative update time can we use Hyper-V 2019 & 2016 production checkpoint  ? Is it consistent backup or not ?

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VM lost passthrough disks access permission after W10 2004 update

I’ve just installed W10 2004 on my test server, and the VM cannot access its main storage. I did a quick search, I saw a lot of posts resembling this error but for VHD /VHDX files (easy enough to fix permissions on those).

However I’m clueless as to how to set permissions on a physical device, I tried the builtin Get-Help feature from W10 before posting here.

I do not have rights to add a pic yet, but the error says :

Hyper-V VMM service Account does not have permission to open attachment …scsi#disk&ven_nvme&prod_samsung_ssd_960

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Bad PowerShell Command Causes Critial Stop – Hyper-V 2016

Hi, 

I asked this question in the PowerShell forum but was given rather short shrift, so hopefully, someone here can help please . . . 

I just installed Hyper-V 2016 and applied the latest Updates to an HP Server that is certified for 2016.

I started PowerShell and entered an incorrect command in PowerShell - I was trying to get a list of the services status and should have entered "get-service". I made a mistake and entered "services" instead. That is obviously
a mistake, but should it have had critical consequences for the server?

When I entered the command, I got a Critical Stop ("Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart . . . . " The Stop Code was CRITICAL PROCESS DIED.

(This is repeatable)

Is this expected behaviour when entering a bad command in PowerShell (I hope not!). I am reluctant to go ahead and complete configuration of the server now, including installing the VMs. Do I have a critical problem with the server, or is it all
down to "pilot error"? 

Does the (bad) "services" command have any special meaning, or is PowerShell prone to being able to kill a server like this?

To help try and isolate the issue, can someone also point me to guidance on how I can uninstall the Windows updates that I applied for a Hyper-V server with no GUI?

regards


Dave

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Top 20 articles for EUC, May 2020

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Supported versions of Windows 10 on Horizon Agent Including All VDI Clones (Full Clones, Instant Clones, and Linked Clones on Horizon 7) Black screen when logging in to a Horizon virtual desktop VMware Horizon ports and network connectivity requirements Troubleshooting SSL certificate issues in VMware Horizon Installing the VMware View Client fails with the error:

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Top 20 articles for vRealize Operations Manager, May 2020

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How to reset the admin password in vRealize Operations Manager How to reset the root password in vRealize Operations vRealize Operations Manager Sizing Guidelines Adding additional storage to a node in vRealize Operations Manager 6.x and later vRealize Operations Manager 8.0.x Sizing Guidelines Configure a Certificate For Use With vRealize Operations Upgrade to vRealize Operations

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Top 20 articles for vRealize products, May 2020

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Cumulative Update for vRealize Automation 8.0.1 Mapping vRA 8.x Install ova in vRSLCM Troubleshooting guest agents in VMware vRealize Automation Cumulative Update for vRealize Orchestrator 7.6 Cumulative Update for vRealize Automation 7.4 Cumulative Update for vRealize Automation 7.5 Cumulative Update for vRealize Automation 7.6 Increasing the memory allocated to a vRealize Orchestrator instance New installs

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Best Practises for configuring server 2016

Hi ,

 I bought a Fujitsu server  with Intel Xeon processor , 4 cores,  32Gb RAM ,  2TB Storage (4 disks) and 2 network cards. 

I need to configure  Host server with Windows server 2016 and need to configure HyperV . I need 2 VMs , and RAID configuration for Storage. 

What is the best practice to configure this , to get best performance  . 

How much Processor, RAM and Physical memory can be allocated  for each VM . 

Which type of load balancing is good  (Active-active or active -passive) for network. 

Thanks 

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Top 20 articles for vSAN, May 2020

“There is no more space for virtual disk .vmdk” error when starting vSAN VM FAQ: Support statement for 512e and 4K Native drives for VMware vSphere and vSAN vSAN Health Service - Data Health ? vSAN Object Health How to manually remove and recreate a vSAN disk group using esxcli vSAN “Proactive rebalance” and “Automatic

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Windows 10 2004 Update Breaks Failover Clustering Tool

Just installed 2004 Feature update to Windows 10.  Now when I try to connect to my failover cluster(running on Server 2016) it gives an error stating it is an unsupported version.  Anyone else seeing this issue?

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Virtual Switch and physical NIC in team

Hi all,

as far as I know, NIC associated with external virtual switch are "dedicated" to virtual machine communication , unless they are flagged as "shared".

Now, I have two physical NIC in team. When I try to create an external virtual switch, I have the option to connect NIC1, NIC2 or the virtual teamed NIC.

What happens if I set virtual switch with :

a) only NIC1?

b) only NIC2?

c) only with virtual teamed NIC?

Is it correct to say that with the c) option the Server cannot communicate with external network unless it is flagged as shared?

With option a) or b) i’m confused.

This is what I think could happen with option a) and  "shared" flag not set:

- The traffic to the physical server pass all through NIC 2 with NIC1  dedicated to virtual machines. Am Iright? But if this is true, which benefits I could have from having the physical NIC in team?

thanks

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