Introduction Securing data in virtual environments is imperative in the digital era, especially for entities leveraging Microsoft’s Hyper-V for virtualization. Meet BDRSuite, your reliable ally for backing up Hyper-V virtual machines, a crucial stride towards thwarting data loss and ensuring swift recovery during adversities. Setting up BDRSuite for Hyper-V Backup
IntroductionIn the realm of IT, safeguarding critical servers is a priority. BDRSuite’s Hyper-V Backup Software emerges as a comprehensive solution, ensuring the security and availability of data housed in Hyper-V Virtual Machines. This sponsored post, brought to you by BDRSuite, will delve into the nuances of utilizing BDRSuite’s Hyper-V Backup
Use the following command to automatically install all the necessary components : Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Hyper-V -All
After I installed the Hyper-V role on my Windows 10 Pro laptop I noticed several monitors that didn’t exist : I tried to re-create the problem by uninstalling the Hyper-V role, and after that the problem was gone. But ofcourse that isn’t a reasonable solution. After some investiging I found
If you have found yourself in a scenario where you would like to use Hyper-V as a test environment for your virtual machines, but you are using VMware ESXi Server,Citrix XenServer or VirtualBox then this tutorial is for you. Required software Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter 3.0 available here. WinRar (or any tool you prefer
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I’m running Altaro Hyper-V back-up for some time now. Approx 1 year ago I installed it on my Hyper-V server and it has been running all the time with no problems. It never missed a back-up and so I didn’t saw the need to update to other versions. Most of
Last week I was reading a ebook from my sponsor Altaro and I wanted to share this with my readers. This ebook is all about building a test environment capable of running a Hyper-V cluster. The setup has looks quite a bit like my test environment. My Hyper-V cluster
Today someone asked me how he could see what was the host Hyper-V server while running a virtual machine. This is how you can do that : When Hyper-V Integration Services is installed, the following registry key contains all the information you need : HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Virtual Machine\Guest\Parameters You could
Many times people asked me how to extend a disk or I see them running Gpart or CLI tools while it’s not necessary. For those people I decided to write this blogpost. Step 1 : Extend your disk in VMware settings Go to you vCenter server and extend the disk.