Converting Virtual Machine disk formats

There are many Virtual Disk formats, VDI, VMDK, VHD, VHDX, IMG, RAW, HDD, and many more. Unfortunately VHD and VHDX formats are amongst the least popular ones, but if you're running a Hyper-V server these are the only formats you can work with. Don't fret, there is a way to convert a lot of these... Continue Reading →

Hyper-V replication in a workgroup or across domains using a self signed certificate.

Why would you want a HyperV server in a workgroup environment? Well if your Domain Controller is a VM you really don't want to add the HyperV server to the domain as it will boot before the DC comes up. This type of setup is ripe for domain issues, so we're left with a server... Continue Reading →

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