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VMM Bare Metal Builds and why you should use a Native vLAN

VMM Bare Metal Builds are an amazing way to ensure that your Hyper-V servers start out consistent. It's a bit magical but part of that process just works better when you use a native VLAN. But why is that the case? First let's look at the VMM Bare Metal Build process. The VMM Server connects … Continue reading VMM Bare Metal Builds and why you should use a Native vLAN

Windows Core Hyper-V Setup Using PowerShell

In a previous post I gave some sample powershell commands to get a Windows Core server configured with the Hyper-V role and with some base networking. Let's have a look at that script and what it does. install-windowsfeature -name Hyper-V, Data-Center-Bridging, FailOver-Clustering, multipath-IO, hyper-v-powershell, rsat-clustering-powershell, rsat-clustering-cmdInterface, rsat-datacenterBridging-lldp-tools First up we need to install the features … Continue reading Windows Core Hyper-V Setup Using PowerShell