I have my lab in Azure, where I run about 10 virtual servers with Windows 10 and Windows Server. And there is also one web server...
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Live migrations allow to migrate running virtual servers from one Hyper-V host to another. Live migrations are not load balancing nor failover clustering, it’s just moving a VM from one host to another requested by admin for example when you buy another host and you want to distribute the load. How to allow Hyper-V live […]Lukas Beran
Hyper-V allows management only for users in groups Administrators and Hyper-V Administrators. In the following article is described, how to allow management of Hyper-V for other groups. Open dialog Run (Windows key + R) Run mmc Open File and choose Add/Remove Span-in… From the list of available modules choose Authorization [...]Lukas Beran