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latency when live migration


I’ve been experiencing latency issues when  Live Migrate a VM from one node to another, I get 2-3 timeouts when  migration process from my VM. this is normal? My NICs 1Gb are direct connect  at 2 node server for only live migration network
with different subnet with another connection (192.168.xx.xx)

Is there any way to improve this?

Thanks for any answers.

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New KB articles published for the week ending 5th July ,2020

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VMware Workspace ONE Introducing VMware Workspace ONE Admin Assistant 2.0.2 for macOS Published Date:02-07-2020 Introducing Workspace ONE SDK 20.6 (Swift) for iOS Published Date:30-06-2020 Facebook crashes upon launch when pushed as a Public/VPP app through Workspace ONE UEM Console Published Date:30-06-2020 ARES-13332: Workspace ONE Boxer unable to receive new configuration and newly enrolled devices unable

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Trunk VM network


I have a server and it have windows server 2016 

I want to create a VM network for my kerio server and i use from it command in powershell

for trunking vm Network 

Set-VMNetworkAdapterVlan -VMName Redmond -Trunk -AllowedVlanIdList 1-100 -NativeVlanId 10

unfortunately my server kerio don’t work rot vlan.

can you help me?

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Top 20 articles for vSAN, June 2020

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“There is no more space for virtual disk .vmdk” error when starting vSAN VM Build numbers and versions of VMware vSAN FAQ: Support statement for 512e and 4K Native drives for VMware vSphere and vSAN vSAN “Proactive rebalance” and “Automatic Rebalance” How to manually remove and recreate a vSAN disk group using esxcli Configuring a

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Top 20 articles for EUC, June 2020

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

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Top 20 articles for vRealize Operations Manager, June 2020

How to reset the root password in vRealize Operations How to reset the admin password in vRealize Operations Manager Adding additional storage to a node in vRealize Operations Manager 6.x and later vRealize Operations Manager Sizing Guidelines Replace expired internal certificate in vRealize Operations Manager 6.3 and later Configure a Certificate For Use With vRealize

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Top 20 articles for vSphere, June 2020

Investigating virtual machine file locks on ESXi Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) processor support “503 Service Unavailable” error on the vSphere Web Client when logging in or accessing the vCenter Server Enable content Copy/Paste between VMRC client and Windows/Linux Virtual Machine Increasing the disk space for the VMware vCenter Server Appliance in vSphere 6.5, 6.7 and

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Upgrading Hyper-V 2008 R2 Core to 2012 R2

I’m trying to upgrade a Hyper-V 2008 R2 core to 2012 R2 Core since I know there’s not a direct path to 2016. I’ve downloaded an .ISO file from MS that I believe is the Core version of 2012 R2. During the setup process, I elect to upgrade instead of the custom
solution which I believe will install a fresh copy of the product. I then get a message that informs me that I can’t upgrade the version I’m running which again is the Core version. 

My question is if I decide to install a fresh instance of 2012 R2 core (or 2016 at that matter), can I (manually) restore my VMs in the newer version? Other than backing up the VHDs and XML files, is there anything else I need to successfully restore them?
Would using the import process work in this case once the new version is up and running? Or worse case, could I make note of the key VMs settings and rebuild the VM with the same settings and point to the existing VHD from 2008 R2?

The environment that I’m working with is not a production environment but there are some VMs that I don’t want to rebuild from scratch. All of my VMs are located on the D drive which is different from the installation drive. 

Thanks in advance for your help.


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Simulating power failure in VM

I’m working on power failure consistency. This is very hard to test and debug for what should be obvious reasons.

Running my code in a VM helps because I can hit the "power off" button on the Hyper-V management window frame. However, that doesn’t allow me to specify where in my code I want the power failure event to occur, which is what I really need.

Is there a way in a VM to tell the hypervisor to simulate a power failure, i.e., do the same thing as hitting the "stop" button, at a specific point in code? Maybe executing a particular illegal instruction would do it?

If not, that would be a wonderful addition to Hyper-V because it would make testing power failure scenarios much easier.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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Failed Backup Jobs & Hyper-V Checkpoints


I have a ‘Windows Server 2019 Standard’ Hyper-V Host.

On the seven occasions that my Veeam backup job for a Virtual Machine has failed, a non-standard checkpoint with an odd icon for the Virtual Machine has been created/left on my Hyper-V Host.

When I right-click on one of these checkpoints, there is no option to delete it and hopefully trigger a merge.

How can I cleanly delete each of these lingering backup based checkpoints whilst preserving the integrity of the production Virtual Machine?

I would prefer to do this in stages by the automatic merging of checkpoints if possible.  I’m also keen that
all changes are written back to the main disk files (VHDX) automatically.

Any help gratefully received.

Kind regards,


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