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Domain Could Not Be Contacted…On SDN Virtual Network…It’s Not Your DNS

I ran into a problem that I would like to share with everyone in hopes that this will save you some time if you ever run into it. PROBLEM: I have recently been working with virtualized SDNv2 networks. I create ... continue reading
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How to Guide for SC- Virtual Machine Manager 2019 UR1 features

The very first update roll up for System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2019 is now available. The update release contains several features requested by customers on VMM user voice and other forums. Thanks for engaging with us and helping us ... continue reading
Can't connect to Windows Share - Error code: 0x80070035. The network path was not found.

Can't connect to Windows Share – Error code: 0x80070035. The network path was not found.

Hello everyone, my name is John Clyburn and I am a Sr. consultant in MCS. I recently ran into a problem connecting to a share on a Hyper-V server configured using the SDNExpress PowerShell scripts. I’ve been working with Software ... continue reading
VM Checkpoints Names in the Hyper-V Manager Window...

VM Checkpoints Names in the Hyper-V Manager Window…

Hello everyone, my name is John Clyburn and I am a Sr. consultant in MCS. I recently ran into an interesting problem with System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2019 and Hyper-V on Windows Server 2019 I think you may find ... continue reading
The VM xxx cannot be migrated to Host xxx due to incompatibility issues….

The VM xxx cannot be migrated to Host xxx due to incompatibility issues….

Hello everyone, my name is John Clyburn and I am a Sr. consultant in MCS. I’ve recently been working with System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2019. While attempting to migrate virtual machines (VM) from a standalone Windows Server 2019 (version ... continue reading

Planning Failover Cluster Node Sizing

In this blog I will discuss considerations on planning the number of nodes in a Windows Server Failover Cluster. Starting with Windows Server 2012, Failover Clustering can support to up 64-nodes in a single cluster making it industry leading in ... continue reading

Announcing the GA of Disaster Recovery to Azure using Azure Site Recovery

First published on TECHNET on Oct 02, 2014 I am excited to announce the GA of the Disaster Recovery to Azure using Azure Site Recovery . In addition to enabling replication to and recovery in Microsoft Azure, ASR enables automated protection of ... continue reading

Hosting Providers and HRM

First published on TECHNET on Feb 18, 2014 If you are a hosting provider who is interested in offering DR as a service – you should go over this great post by Gaurav on how Hyper-V Recovery Manager ( HRM ... continue reading
Disaster Recovery to Microsoft Azure – Part 2

Disaster Recovery to Microsoft Azure – Part 2

First published on TECHNET on Jun 21, 2014 Continuing from the previous blog - check out the recent TechEd NA 2014 talk @ https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2014/DCIM-B322 which includes a cool demo of this product. Love it??? Talk about it, try it and ... continue reading

Azure Site Recovery – FAQ

First published on TECHNET on Jun 25, 2014 Quick post to clarify some frequently asked questions on the newly announced Azure Site Recovery service which enables you to protect your Hyper-V VMs to Microsoft Azure. The FAQ will not address ... continue reading