• RELEVANCY SCORE 4.24

    DB:4.24:Error 13206 While Deploying Centos5.2 Vhd Image On Hyper-V 18




    Following Hyper-v setup i am using
    Hyper-v: Hyper-v 2008 R2 sp1 server
    VMM: Microsoft system center VMM 2008 R2 with SP1
    I have created CentOS5.2 VHD image with LinuxIC2.1 installed and stored this image in the VMM library.
    Now when i deploy this CentOS5.2 image on Hyper-V server it gives the following error

    Error (13206)
    Virtual Machine Manager cannot locate the boot or system volume on virtual machine BASE-CS52-VHD. The resulting virtual machine might not start or operate properly.
    Any clue on how to resolve this issue??

    DB:4.24:Error 13206 While Deploying Centos5.2 Vhd Image On Hyper-V 18

    This post is older than 30 days , If you still facing the same problem please feel free to open the thread againMohamed Fawzi | http://fawzi.wordpress.com

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.20

    DB:4.20:Created A Baseline Guest Using Hyper-V Manager But It Is Not Showing In Virtual Machine Manager af




    I created a Hyper-V server and added a 2008 Datacenter base guest to it. After discovering that Hyper-V Manager does not support cloning, I installed SCVMM from the MSDN developer download within my Hyper-V server host... and added the host... however, I am not seeing my VM for some reason and not sure if I need to import it somehow or having some kind of problem with my installs.
     
    I am also using the default paths and confused about what goes where. Should Virtual Machines be using the same paths in Hyper-V Manager and VMM Manager? For example, I did see some default vhd files in the VMM library and wondering if my vhd files in the Hyper-V path should be there instead? Also confused on the relatonship between Libraries and Virtual Machines in general in VMM?
     
    Basically, I have the following:
     
        Hyper-V Manager (SHyperV01)
            Hyper-V Settings Default Paths            Virtual Hard Disks: C:\Users\Public\Documents\Hyper-V\Virtual Hard Disks            Virtual Machines: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Hyper-V         Virtual Machines: S2008DBase-01 (Status: Running)
     
        Virtual Machine Manager (Version 1.0.2626.0)        Host: SHyperV01        Virtual Machines: None (QUESTION: Why isn't S2008DBase-01 showing?)        Libraries: C:\Documents\Virtual Machine Manager Library Files

    DB:4.20:Created A Baseline Guest Using Hyper-V Manager But It Is Not Showing In Virtual Machine Manager af

    If it's non-core Windows 2008 server, from the cmd prompt, type in appwiz.cpl, and you should have the Software Explorer window up, from which you can view and uninstall the VMM agent.
     
    This blog post (which is written to help people uninstall agent on Windows Server 2008 Core editions) should offer you some additional tips on uninstalling agents from command line:
    http://blogs.technet.com/chengw/archive/2008/09/08/install-and-uninstall-vmm-agent-on-windows-2008-server-core.aspx
     
    Hope this helps,
    Cheng
    http://blogs.technet.com/chengw

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.17

    DB:4.17:Does Vmm 2008 R2 Sp1 Support Hyperv 2012 ? m9




    Does VMM 2008 R2 SP1 support HyperV 2012 ?
    I am getting this error when trying to add a VM to the Hyper-V 2012 server:

    Error (12700)
    VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the [Hyper-V-Hostname] server because of the error: 'W8EN' failed to modify resources. (Virtual machine ID 4A96E688-172C-48E5-8949-73363BC5B1C4)
    (Unknown error (0x8005))

    Recommended Action
    Resolve the issue in Hyper-V and then try the operation again.

    DB:4.17:Does Vmm 2008 R2 Sp1 Support Hyperv 2012 ? m9

    Hi Marco,
    According to BrianEh's reply in this
    case:
    At this time only SCVMM 2012 SP1 supports Server 2012 Hyper-V. And only when SCVMM 2012 is installed on Server 2012.
    In addition, if you want further support about Virtual Machine Manager, please open case on this forum so that you can get better and quicker support:
    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/virtualmachinemanager/threads

    Thanks.Vicky Song [MSFT]
    MSDN Community Support | Feedback to us

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.13

    DB:4.13:Hyper-V And Vmm Comunication 9j


    Hi to all, i have a host with Hyper-v and all VM with Virtual Machine Manager 2008R2.
    I use VMM only to pilot my Hyper-v host and for P2V.
    In my lab environment the LAN IP configuration change often, so I have dedicated a Private network with static ip for Hyper-v and VMM communication.
    By this configuration when my physical external lan change IP address the communication between Hyper-v and VMM should work fine.
    For the P2V I have installed a second External network in the VMM for the public communication.
    Is it a the best choice for my particular environment?
    Thank you!

    DB:4.13:Hyper-V And Vmm Comunication 9j

    Hi,
    It sound's fine that you split the VMM/Hyper-V and P2V-Traffic, but at the end of the day the P2V Conversation will use the Network between the pysical Servers and the Hosts where you have your storage connected. BTW: For a test-environment, every configuration
    that works for you is your personal best choice... :-)Peter Forster, MVP Virtual Machine, Austria http://www.base-it.at

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.09

    DB:4.09:Where My Virtual Machines Are Stored? d3


    Hi
    When i do install a new virtual machine on hyper- v where is it stored?
    so can I copy this virtual machine file and use it in another hyper-v machine?
    thanks?

    DB:4.09:Where My Virtual Machines Are Stored? d3

    Hi,
    For the 2012 platform Hyper-V , it default location is:
    c:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Hyper-V
    You canpersonalize the location in Hyper-V Settings
    Hope this helps.We
    are trying to better understand customer views on social support experience, so your participation in this
    interview project would be greatly appreciated if you have time.
    Thanks for helping make community forums a great place.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.02

    DB:4.02:V2v Vmware 5.1 To Vmm 2012 Sp1 8p


    guys
    Right now we have some customers runing on Vmware 5.1
    We want to move one our customer to VMM 2012 SP1 (2 Hosts cluster running hyper-v 2012).
    But during a V2V using using 5nine converter or using virtual machine converter ( from VMM)
    I get errors related to storage:
    There is not enough disk space on the available volumes.
    Maximum disk space on the most appropriate volume, accounting for the host resource utilization (in megabytes): 27467
    The virtual machine requirement (in megabytes): 75377
    The maximum available space at the time of evaluation, after considering the virtual machine requirements (in megabytes): 27467.
    5nine shows 0 space and VMM shows the error above, it's like the CSV are not being seen as available storage.
    Any idea how to fix this guys?

    DB:4.02:V2v Vmware 5.1 To Vmm 2012 Sp1 8p

    There is a bug in SCVMM that causes this, we just hit the same problem today. SCVMM does not look at CSVs when doing a space calculation (P2V,V2V,etc). Here is the article on it. Basically you have to do the conversion from PowerShell and bypass the GUI
    all-together. We are trying to do this now, as well. The article mentions SCVMMSP1 but it seems to carry into R2 as well, which is unfortunate this problem, as long as it has existed, is not fixed.
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2685247

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.00

    DB:4.00:Question About Topology Of Vmm2012 Instalation a8


    I'm starting a new project to deploy a 3-node Hyper-V cluster running Windows 2012. This project also includes the installation and configuration of VMM 2012 to manage the cluster.
    In the past (VMM 2008 R2 and Windows 2008 R2), I used to deploy the VMM on a computer running as Virtual Machine, and this virtual machine was configured to run on cluster to ensure high availability. As all the components of VMM2008 could be installed
    and executed on the same machine (SQL Express included), all the VMM components were installed on a unique machine. After that installation, the VMM were configured to manage the cluster.

    With the launch of VMM 2012, I'm having some questions about the best practices to deploy this.
    In the future, the client may use another System Center products, so I would like to separate the SQL Server portion of installation from VMM 2012 Server instalation. Both of those machines would run as Virtual Machines and they would be run on the cluster
    to keep HA.

    Basically, I imagine the following step-by-step:

    - Install and configure the Virtualization Hosts;
    - Create and configure the Cluster;
    - Install a VM running on a cluster node and configure this VM as SQL Server;
    - Install a secondary VM running on a cluster node and configure this VM as VMM 2012 SP1 ;
    - Configure the VMM s012 SP1 to know and manage the cluster

    My question is: would this work, or I'm missing something?

    DB:4.00:Question About Topology Of Vmm2012 Instalation a8

    Yes - this would work. All the SC components are supported as virtual machines.

    But generally speaking, it all depends. The more your spread the different components, the easier it is to scale in the future. This goes for all the components. I would normally recommend a dedicated management cluster for all the SC components, but some
    of the components are designed different in order to get HA. SCOM can be HA out of the box by adding more management servers to the same management group. However, VMM can only have an active/passive cluster, where there is one active vmm server at the time.
    Pay close attention to the documentation at TechNet and see what fits best. But as I said, you can have all these components as virtual machines within the same cluster. Preferable a dedicated management cluster, and HA SQL cluster.
    -knKristian (Virtualization and some coffee: http://kristiannese.blogspot.com )

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.00

    DB:4.00:Vm Created In Hyper-V Manager Not Appearing In Vmm Console c9


    I'm seeing a strange issue with my VMM/Hyper-v environment.Two VMs have been created via the Hyper-V console on a non-clustered Win2008 with Hyper-V server. The server is also managed by VMM 2008.In the VMM console, I don't see the newly VMs, but I can still manage existing VMs detected on the same Hyper-V server.It has been 2 days since the new VMs were created.I can't see any errors on the VMM server or Hyper-V server where the VMM agent is installed.a 'refresh-vm' or manual refresh from the VMM console doesn't highlight anything.I've also tried running Debugview on the VMM server to trace activity, but can't see anything relating to the new VMs.Has anyone seen this before, or any tips on how to troubleshoot it?

    DB:4.00:Vm Created In Hyper-V Manager Not Appearing In Vmm Console c9

    I have to disagree with this answer. I didn't observe the all-or-nothing host not responding for VMs, it was definitely only a subset of them that had this status. The host in SCVMM didn't even report any issues with its own configuration/status.It was some time ago now, but I did fix the issue, although not in the best way in my opinion. Removing and re-adding the host to SCVMM fixed my issue with VMs not appearing.This unfortunately : - wiped out custom VM owner settings for that host. - broke any VM template 'network settings' that were configured to use network names / tags associated with this host only.I think next time we do this, and its a real production environment we will need a fix.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.97

    DB:3.97:Constant Disconnects With Scvmm s3


    I am having a hard time getting SCVMM to work at all really. This was all working when I got Server 2008 and VMM 2008 for weeks, and it was great. Then I upgraded to Server 2008 R2 RTM, and VMM 2008 R2 RTM. Now nothing works. When I run the SCVMM manager from my Windows 7 box, I keep getting connection lost errors:
    The connection to the Virtual Machine Manager server xxxxx was lost.
    1) Verify that xxxxxx is online and can be accessed from your computer. Then try to
    connect again.

    2) Verify that the Virtual Machine Manageron xxxxx is then try to
    connect again. If the problem persists, restart Virtual Machine AManger service

    ID: 1612
    -------------------------------------

    When I try to run the VMM console local to the VMM server, it can never find any servers except one,and the one Hyper-V server I was able to add does not refresh and does not show all VM's. When I try to add others, it fails any DNS queries. If I open a command prompt and try an nslookup myself, it works fine.
    What a mess! Anyone else having trouble with the R2 versions?
    I have several Virtual Servers, only one of them is Hyper-V right now, but all Microsoft. Hyper-V server is Server 2008 R2, latest patches. SCVMM is installed on a VMM also running Server 2008 R2. The VM is on the Hyper-V server, obviously.

    DB:3.97:Constant Disconnects With Scvmm s3

    Resolved. Blame Large Send Offload. Once disabled on all real and hv nics, all seems well.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.96

    DB:3.96:Vmm 2008 Placement Folder Structure 81


    I've noticed that the VMM 2008 placement of VMs and their corresponding folders and subfolders differs from the default Hyper-V behavior (Hyper-V non-managed by VMM).
     
    I had started using a default folder structure on my Hyper-V hosts of:
     
    Drive\Hyper-V\Virtual Machines

    \VHDs
    \Snapshots
     
    It appears that VMM 2008 uses a folder structure of:
     
    PlacementFolder\DeployedVMName\VM.VHD

         \Virtual Machines\(GUID folder)

    \GUID.XML
         \Snapshots
     
    I understand that some of this is a matter of preference but is there any particular reason why each VM folder has a nested Virtual Machines folder, where the actual .xml file resides?  This seems to unnecessarily complicate things in my opinion.  Moving the GUID-folder and GUID.xml file into the root of the VM folder would clean things up.

    DB:3.96:Vmm 2008 Placement Folder Structure 81

    I've noticed that the VMM 2008 placement of VMs and their corresponding folders and subfolders differs from the default Hyper-V behavior (Hyper-V non-managed by VMM).
     
    I had started using a default folder structure on my Hyper-V hosts of:
     
    Drive\Hyper-V\Virtual Machines

    \VHDs
    \Snapshots
     
    It appears that VMM 2008 uses a folder structure of:
     
    PlacementFolder\DeployedVMName\VM.VHD

         \Virtual Machines\(GUID folder)

    \GUID.XML
         \Snapshots
     
    I understand that some of this is a matter of preference but is there any particular reason why each VM folder has a nested Virtual Machines folder, where the actual .xml file resides?  This seems to unnecessarily complicate things in my opinion.  Moving the GUID-folder and GUID.xml file into the root of the VM folder would clean things up.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.94

    DB:3.94:Virtual Machine Manager Does Not Show Updated Status Of Vms sk


    Why doesn't Virtual Machine Manager always show the current status of my VMs? I have VMM open and am also looking at Hyper-V Manager on the host server itself. I started one (Windows 7) VM 10 minutes ago from Hyper-V Manager. Almost immediately
    Hyper-V Manager show the start attempt was successful and it now shows the VM as running. However, VMM still shows it as stopped. How can you use a tool like this to manage your VMs when it doesn't give you current information?

    DB:3.94:Virtual Machine Manager Does Not Show Updated Status Of Vms sk

    Why doesn't Virtual Machine Manager always show the current status of my VMs? I have VMM open and am also looking at Hyper-V Manager on the host server itself. I started one (Windows 7) VM 10 minutes ago from Hyper-V Manager. Almost immediately
    Hyper-V Manager show the start attempt was successful and it now shows the VM as running. However, VMM still shows it as stopped. How can you use a tool like this to manage your VMs when it doesn't give you current information?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.93

    DB:3.93:P2v Fails On Make Operating System Virtualizable With Error 12700, Server Could Not Initialize (Unknown Error 0x8000) 7d


    Hi all,
    I've found pretty much every instance of this question being asked on the Internet, but the solutions haven't worked for me. So I'm reaching out with a question of my own in hopes of finding a solution. I'm trying to P2V my Windows Server 2003 SP2 (Small
    Business Edition, 32-bit) physical server to another computer running both Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 and SCVMM 2008 R2. After it copies the 40GB of data to the virtual machine, it fails on the step called make operating system virtualizable. Here's the actual
    error:
    Error (12700)
    VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the [hyper-v] server because of the error: '[p2v'd server]' could not initialize. (Virtual machine ID A9F05152-7101-43CF-9964-E060873BC06A) (Unknown error (0x8000))

    There are a number of suggestions on how to fix this, but they haven't worked for me. Here's what I've done so far::

    In the BIOS of the Hyper-V Server, enabled DEP and Virtualization. Then powered off and restarted.Downloaded all available updates to the Hyper-V serverRan bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype auto on the Hyper-V server, then restartedTested by making a small blank (no OS) virtual machine, which was successful
    I'm not sure what to do! My Hyper-V host is a pretty new machine, i7 2600 with 8GB RAM. As I said, testing by making a new virtual machine worked fine, so I'm not sure what it is about my P2V transfer that's preventing VMM from making the operating system
    virtualizable. The system being P2V'd is a Dell PowerEdge 2950 Quad-core Xeon with 4GB RAM, and the volume being transferred is less than 50GB.
    Many thanks if anyone can help me!
    -Owen

    DB:3.93:P2v Fails On Make Operating System Virtualizable With Error 12700, Server Could Not Initialize (Unknown Error 0x8000) 7d

    This is the link that works:
    http://blogs.technet.com/b/jonjor/archive/2010/11/14/common-p2v-failures-explained.aspx

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.92

    DB:3.92:Vmm 2012 Sp1 - Vms With Smartcard Required Setting Turned On / Console Access mm


    Hey all, we're experimenting with using two-factor authentication for RDP and console access to servers using smart cards. The first thing you do isgo into a virtual machines' local security policy and set the Interactive Login: Require Smart Card
    to Enable. What we found out is that smartcard access works when youRDP directly to a Hyper-v virtual machine, however, console access is where i'm getting tripped up at. Is it possible to use either the Hyper-V Manager and/or VMM2012SP1 to get a console
    session with a virtual machine when the virtual machine has the Require Smart Card setting as 'enabled'? When you go to get the console session from VMM or HV manager, it never gives you the option to use a smart card to log on with. When you try to log in,
    it says you need a smart card.Canthe smart card, that is located in your local PC,get passed through VMM or through the Hyper-v node to get a console session? Knowing my scenario, is it even possible to set up two-factor smart card authentication
    and expectto get a console session to a virtual machine thru Hyper-V manager or VMM? Any feedback appreciated. Thanks

    DB:3.92:Vmm 2012 Sp1 - Vms With Smartcard Required Setting Turned On / Console Access mm

    The key here is:
    1) it is not on by default
    2) it will only support 2012 R2 and Win8.1 VMs.
    3) RDS has to be enabled (it actually uses it)
    If you need backward support, you need to use RDP directly. That will work across most Windows OSes.
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn282274.aspx

    Brian Ehlert
    http://ITProctology.blogspot.com
    Learn. Apply. Repeat.
    Disclaimer: Attempting change is of your own free will.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.92

    DB:3.92:Scvmm Migration j1


    Hi,
    in my environment I have 2 servers with System center virtual machine manager installed.
    1. 2008 R2 VMM (physical server).
    2. 2012 SP1 VMM (physical server).
    I have different Hyper-V clusters in my environment and each cluster has virtual machines, some of these clusters are managed byVMM 2008 R2server. and some of the clusters are managedby VMM 2012 SP1 server.
    I want to migrateeverything to VMM 2012 SP1 server and preparing to uninstall VMM 2008 R2 server.
    what is the correct procedures?

    Mashhour Faraj

    DB:3.92:Scvmm Migration j1

    Remove your cluster from management of the SCVMM 2008 R2 server and add the cluster to the SCVMM 2012 R2 Server.
    The configuration will be enumerated and VMs recognized.
    Then you will need to apply any Logical Network configuration to the servers you just imported.Brian Ehlert
    http://ITProctology.blogspot.com
    Learn. Apply. Repeat.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.91

    DB:3.91:Intermittent Connectivity With Hyper-V Hosts 33


    I am getting this error when I click Refresh Virtual Machine on my cluster nodes:

    Error (2932)
    VMM is unable to complete the request. The connection to the VMM agent on the virtualization server (NODE2) was lost.
    The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit or an application request (0x800703E3)
    Recommended Action
    Ensure that the Windows Remote Management (WS-Management) service and the VMM agent are installed and running and that a firewall is not blocking HTTPS

    traffic.
    This problem can also be caused by antivirus software that is installed in the parent partition of the virtualization server (NODE2) if the real-time

    scanning component is configured to monitor the Hyper-V virtual machine files. For more details on how to resolve the issue look into KB 961804,

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/961804.

    If the error still persists, restart the server (NODE2), and then try the operation again.

    PS: VMM Agent is running, Firewall is allowing traffic and WS-Management is also running.

    Are there any special settings required that I am missing.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.90

    DB:3.90:How To Manually Add Vmm Agent Service To A Host? zz


    I have a rather strange problem with my Hyper-V 2012 VMM 2012 farm.
    I had to restoreone host from backup tapes. The host was a part of a 3 node cluster. Now the host is visible in VMM but it throws up an error saying that the VMM agent service is not started.
    In the services list of that host, the System Center Virtual Machine Manager Agent is not even there! I guess the backup-restore did not get everything back.
    Anyway, is there a way to install the VMM agent service again on this Hyper-V 2012 host?
    Here is what I have already tried:
    1. Hoping to re-add that host to VMM, I tried removing the host but it does not let me. It says put the node in maintenance mode first. Of course since the agent service is not there on the host VMM cannot manage the host (the maintenance mode option is
    grayed out). So it is kinda a chicken and egg type situation :-(
    2. I have tried to add the host all over again using the Add resources button but it does not find the host. I guess it knows that that host is already in VMM.

    Any ideas?

    -Rajeev rajdude.com

    DB:3.90:How To Manually Add Vmm Agent Service To A Host? zz

    ok I found the answer to my question in this thread:

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/virtualmachingmgrhyperv/thread/60ede978-553c-4848-8748-cf35e0ebc277

    I copied vmmagent.msi from the DVD to the host and executed it. That installed the missing service. After that I had to update it because VMM was complaining it was an old version. Windows update did not work so I just copied the vmmAgent.exe to C:\Program
    Files\Microsoft System Center 2012\Virtual Machine Manager\bin\ (as described in the thread linked above)-Rajeev rajdude.com

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.89

    DB:3.89:Create Virtual Machine Error 3101 a1


    All,Whenever I attempt to create a new virtual machine in VMM on my Hyper-V host based on a template I get the following error:Error (3101)VMM failed to mount VHD file D:\Virtual Machines\HyperV\MSL-WTS02\Blank Disk - Large.vhd on the msl-hvs01.msl.tdl server. A timeout occurred.(Internal error code: 0x80990C1D)Recommended ActionCheck Device Manager/System Devices  to make sure that Microsoft Virtual Server Storage Bus is installed and functional. If it is not, install VHDMount components of Virtual Server. Restart Virtual Disk Service, and then try the operation again.---Note: In this scenario the creation of the virtual machine fails at 42% whenever attempted.Also: This same Warning error is produced when I create a VM manually as well. However in this scenario the machine is built and I can actually go to Hyper-V manager and connect to and work with the machine.Environment Configuration:(1) Physical Server:Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V x64 Enterprise EditionAll local sata storage (OS on one partition, VMs Software Library on another)(1) VMM Server 2008 R2 (Virtual on Hyper-V host)Windows Server 2008 R2 x64SQL Server 2008  other required components(VMs and Templates stored here)This is a brand new environment w/o any legacy install from any Windows OS or VMM prior to Windows Server R2 or VMM 2008 R2. Why is this error happening? It *sounds like* VMM is expecting a Virtual Server 2005 environment this is not the case here.Thanks in advance for any suggestions.Greg

    DB:3.89:Create Virtual Machine Error 3101 a1

    I upgraded to VMM 2008 R2 and I no longer experience this error message.

    -Greg

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.86

    DB:3.86:Connect Virtual Machine Manager To Hyper-V Server 2012 83


    Hi
    I Install hyper-V Server on clean system and join it to my test domain man.local
    and now i install windows server 2012 and install VMM . now i try to connect to hyper-vserver.man.local I Give following erorr:

    Dear Problems ,You May Big But My God Is Bigger.

    DB:3.86:Connect Virtual Machine Manager To Hyper-V Server 2012 83


    you must not install VMM on your Hyper-V server, but rather run the VMM server in a guest OS on hyper-v.
    install VMM 2012 SP1 on a virtual machine with Windows Server 2012, and add your host afterwards.
    -kn

    Kristian (Virtualization and some coffee: http://kristiannese.blogspot.com )

    Tnx Kristian .
    Now i understand what should i do . i want to coonect to hyper-v server in login page of syvmm .
    but i must add host and there selec hyper-vserver.
    thanks alot for sharing you experience.
    Best RegardsDear Problems ,You May Big But My God Is Bigger.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.86

    DB:3.86:Cannot Use Share Iso In Clustered Hyper-V R2, Scvmm R2 jd


    Hi,
    I have the following configuration:
    6 x Hyper-V R2 Servers in Cluster (using CSV)
    3 x Hyper-V R2 Standalone Servers ( SCVMM R2 Server is running on one of them).
    My task is to create VMM Library as Failover Service running on the cluster and to be able to mount ISO from any host just by SHARING, not to copy to any virtual machine running on hosts.
    1. Icreated LUN ,added to cluster (not CSV volume), formated and create new Service and Application - File Service.
    2. Addedthe DISKto the already created Fileservice and created Folder on it which i will use for VMM library.
    3. My Clusterd Service name is VMM-Library-01 and it has its own account in Active Directory
    4. Grand all permissions that are required for the purpose of using shared ISO.
    - All HOST Accounts - READ, SCVMM Service Account - READ, Authenticated Users - READ, Domain Admin - FULL to SHARE permissions and to NTFS permissions
    - Grand Delegate CIFS on ALL Hyper-V hosts to the VMM-Library-01 account.
    As a result , all VMs which are running on Hosts which areNOT part of the Cluster ,are able to mount ISOs via VMM , by using Share image file instead of copying it, but VMs which are on servers in cluster, are failing when try to maunt ISO.
    The error mesage is the following:

    Error (12700)
    VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the vhost-13 server because of the error: 'VM-001' failed to add device 'Microsoft Virtual CD/DVD Disk'. (Virtual machine ID 02B6CB6A-742B-4756-AF90-164820D3E63F)
    'VM-001': User Account does not have sufficient privilege to open attachment '\\vmm-library-01.\Library-01\MSOffice2007.iso'. Error: 'General access denied error' (0x80070005). (Virtual machine ID 02B6CB6A-742B-4756-AF90-164820D3E63F)
    (Unknown error (0x8001))

    Recommended Action

    Resolve the issue in Hyper-V and then try the operation again.
    I'm thinking i have to grand additional rights because of this, that those HOSTs are part of Cluster, but I dont know what permissions ???
    Best Regards,
    Georgi

    DB:3.86:Cannot Use Share Iso In Clustered Hyper-V R2, Scvmm R2 jd

    Hi, I followed all of the instructions on your blog, laiys, but I still get the General access denied error saying my machine account does not have access to the library share .iso file. I am in a single server environment, where my Host server
    is the same machine as my SCVMM and Library server (and domain controller). Is there a known issue which prevents shared .iso files from working in such an environment? The machine is denying access to itself...

    George Ganahl

    I just found an answer - searched for hours, gave up and asked, then finally found the right search terms.

    Here is a blog:
    http://www.avianwaves.com/Blog/default.aspx?id=187
    In a nutshell, adding the NT Authority\Network Service account with Read permissions to the share and NTFS permissions did it.George Ganahl

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.85

    DB:3.85:How Do I Update My Vmm 2012 Sp1 Guest Services To Be The Same As The Hosts? f3


    VMM 2012 SP1 and Server 2012 Hyper-V Cluster
    How do I update my VMM Guest Services to be the same as the Hosts?
    In VMM 2012 SP1 I right click on a VM and select “Install Virtual Guest Services” it installs as expected.
    Cluster validation reports this error:
    The following virtual machines are running integration services that does not match the host computer. You must update the
    integration services on the virtual machines or the host computer to the same version.

    I am able to go to the VM on host and update the Guest Services using the hyper-v manager but I would like it to work in VMM.
    The version on the ISOs on the host is. 6.2.9200.16433 and the version being installed by VMM is 6.2.9200.16383.
    I am not sure where VMM gets the it’s guests services from.
    Any idea on how I update VMM to match the host?
    Thanks,
    -Lee

    DB:3.85:How Do I Update My Vmm 2012 Sp1 Guest Services To Be The Same As The Hosts? f3

    Emma is on VMM 2012 SP1....so your CU won't work. Emma would have to upgrade to 2012 R2....not a trivial step by no means.

    Thanks, -Lindy

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.83

    DB:3.83:Convert Vmware Vm To Hyper-V Using Ms Virtual Machine Converter 3f


    Hello,
    I am about to convert couple of VMWare VMs to Hyper-V.
    Will use MS Virtual Machine converter.
    And just found MS doc that says:
    VMM does not support VMware virtual machines with virtual hard disks that are connected to an integrated drive electronics (IDE) bus. Therefore, you cannot perform a V2V conversion of a VMware virtual machine that is on an IDE bus.
    I have VMWare VMs with IDE C: drive.
    Can somebody confirm that above statement is related to VMM and not affects MSVMConverter.
    Thx.

    DB:3.83:Convert Vmware Vm To Hyper-V Using Ms Virtual Machine Converter 3f

    You can always try a binary conversion, however, you can also treat the VMs as a P2V. There is no reason why they MUST be a V2V unless you are unable to boot them and have them running.
    The conversion assumption is that the VMs are built on ESX and the default boot disk is SCSI. Don't know if they cover the IDE case.
    Brian Ehlert
    http://ITProctology.blogspot.com
    Learn. Apply. Repeat.
    Disclaimer: Attempting change is of your own free will.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.82

    DB:3.82:Vlan Support For Virtual Machines In App Controller df


    System Center App Controller Beta
    VMM 2012 RC
    Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V
    While experimenting with a virtual machine running on a cloud, I've noticed that I can't specify a VLAN if the logical network has more than one VLAN available as defined in VMM. Has anyone else noticed this behavior?

    DB:3.82:Vlan Support For Virtual Machines In App Controller df

    I have the same problem. Does anyone resolve this problem?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.82

    DB:3.82:Unable To Migrate Virtual Machine In Vmm Created In Vmm jc


    Greetings.
    I'm new to Hyper-V and am wondering whether the sympton I'm having is normal or there is something wrong with my config.
    I have a 2-node Hyper-V 2012 cluster. Cluster validation thru Cluster Manager is ok.
    The issue I'm having is that, if I create a vm via cluster manager, I can live migrate it between the hosts with no issues using either Cluster Manager or VMM 2012.
    If I create a vm via VMM, I'm unable to Live Migrate it anywhere using VMM, and this guest doesn't appear in Cluster Manager.
    Is this normal behaviour, or have I done something wrong? If so, any suggestions on what to look for?
    I have creayed a CSV, in which the vm's are being stored.
    Thanks.
    Shane.

    DB:3.82:Unable To Migrate Virtual Machine In Vmm Created In Vmm jc

    Hi,

    As this thread has been quiet for a while, we will mark it as ‘Answered’ as the information provided should be helpful. If you need further help, please feel free to reply this post directly so we will be notified to follow it up. You can also choose to unmark
    the answer as you wish.

    BTW, we’d love to hear your feedback about the solution. By sharing your experience you can help other community members facing similar problems. Thanks for your understanding and efforts.

    Best Regards

    Kevin

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.81

    DB:3.81:Virtual Machine Connection Error Connecting To Virtual Machine On Hyper-V On Windows 8.1 c3


    I have Hyper-V installed on my high end Windows 8.1 laptop. I am a software developer that leverages multiple virtual machines in my development effort. I do not remember what has changed with my laptop but I can not connect to my virtual machines any more
    using Virtual Machine Connection. I can see the virtual machine is running in the Hyper-V Manager. The Virtual Machine Connection shows a Cannot connect to the virtual machine. Try to connect again. message after a long delay. I attempted to turn
    off my firewall, reinstall the Hyper-V feature, and recreate new virtual machines. I also turn on Hyper-V logging and the log shows a refused connection on port 2179.

    Thank you

    DB:3.81:Virtual Machine Connection Error Connecting To Virtual Machine On Hyper-V On Windows 8.1 c3

    I used one of my MSDN support tickets and it turned out to be a Nvidia network service from a GFExperience update was blocking my connection attempt.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.80

    DB:3.80:Unable To See Hyper-V Vms In Vmm p8


    I have recently installed VMM on my hyper-v box. I can add my virtual machines as seperate hosts but not as vms. Do i hav e to carry the vhd files to library share so VMM can see my hyper-v vms or is there another solution.thanksOzan Veranyurt
    MCITP-MCT

    DB:3.80:Unable To See Hyper-V Vms In Vmm p8

    It takes a while for the initial refresh.- it's not instantenous...you can always hit the refresh button and wait a bit.Juraj

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.80

    DB:3.80:Where Are You Putting Your Vmm Server? a3


    Hi
    Here is what I mean by my question. It looks like I have three choices.

    1. Dedicated a box to be my VMM server.
    2.Make a virtual box my VMM server. Seems weird to have a virtual vmm server running on host managed by that virtal vmm server.
    3.Installvmm on my of my Hyper-V host servers.
    I am a small shop with only 4 Hyper-V host's at this time. But were going to citrix in 5 months and I know that requires VMM.
    Eric

    DB:3.80:Where Are You Putting Your Vmm Server? a3

    Hi

    I am working with SCVMM as VM in my Cluster CSV.
    if in any case my cluster is down, I need to opperate from Faile Over Cluster mmc.
    The nice thing in Hyperv is you can start from the Host itself (if some thing goes wrong with your cluster)

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.80

    DB:3.80:Use Scvmm2008r2 Tools To Migrate Guests From Vs 2005r2/Scvmm2007 To Hyper-V Server2008r2/Scvmm2008r2 zx


    I know about manually uninstalling VM Additions and manually copying VHD files to the new Hyper-V server and then manually creating new VMs on the new server and manually changing the HAL and manually installing Integration Components on each virtual machine, but there is supposed to be a more automated export/import method if you use SCVMM 2008 R2.   http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd296684%28WS.10,loband%29.aspx Alternatively, you can use System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) to convert and manage a virtual machine running on Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1. VMM 2008 supports migrating virtual machines running on Virtual Server 2005 to Hyper-V (the virtual machines must have Virtual Machine Additions version 13.813 or later installed). VMM 2008 uninstalls Virtual Machine Additions, upgrades the hardware abstraction layer (HAL), and installs the integration components (called “virtual guest services” in VMM).
    For more information about VMM, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=135512 . For more information about migrating and managing virtual machines running on Virtual Server, see Moving from Virtual Server to Virtual Machine Manager ( http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=135513 ).
    The two links provided don't take you instructions. I downloaded the SCVMM 2008R2 and looked through help files and I don't see any specific steps on how to do this conversion using SCVMM rather than manual steps.
    Exactly how is this done step by step?

    DB:3.80:Use Scvmm2008r2 Tools To Migrate Guests From Vs 2005r2/Scvmm2007 To Hyper-V Server2008r2/Scvmm2008r2 zx

    Microsoft's own websites have conflicting information.  This link in my first messages says SCVMM will handle uninstalling VM Additions and installing IC for you.This link http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc764246.aspx says
    You will need to uninstall Virtual Machine Additions. Since the page that says it's done automatically is August 2009 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd296684%28WS.10,loband%29.aspx and the one that says you need to uninstall manually is October 2008, I suppose I should assume the newer one is correct or this is a new feature for R2.
    Has anyone done this with 2008 R2?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.78

    DB:3.78:Vmm Licensing When Only Using Vmm cf


    Hello,
    I'm planning a Hyper-V infrastructure for one of our customers. The design consists of 3 physical (2 socket) Windows server 2012R2 servers in a hyper-V failover cluster.
    In that cluster, we will be running - 100 virtual machines

    Suppose that we want the SC VMM component to manage the 3 phyiscal hosts. How many licenses do we need?
    - or 3 standard licenses
    - or 3 DC licenses
    attention: we will not use any other SC component on the virtual machines or Hyper-V hosts.

    Thanks,
    bert.

    DB:3.78:Vmm Licensing When Only Using Vmm cf

    Hello,
    I'm planning a Hyper-V infrastructure for one of our customers. The design consists of 3 physical (2 socket) Windows server 2012R2 servers in a hyper-V failover cluster.
    In that cluster, we will be running - 100 virtual machines

    Suppose that we want the SC VMM component to manage the 3 phyiscal hosts. How many licenses do we need?
    - or 3 standard licenses
    - or 3 DC licenses
    attention: we will not use any other SC component on the virtual machines or Hyper-V hosts.

    Thanks,
    bert.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.76

    DB:3.76:Vmm Agent Install Fails On Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V 93


    Hi,
    We are unable to install VMM 2012 R2 agent on Windows Server 2012 R2 servereither from VMM console or manually on the hyper-v server.
    Error on VMM Console:
    Error (410)
    Agent installation failed on chsicoecdh03.casper.com.
    Fatal error during installation (0x80070643)
    Recommended Action
    Try the operation again. If the problem persists, install the agent locally and then add the managed computer.

    ==================================================================
    Error on Hyper-v server:
    MSI (c) (E8:D0) [16:53:24:726]: Windows Installer installed the product. Product Name: Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager Agent (x64). Product Version: 3.2.7510.0. Product Language: 1033. Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation. Installation success
    or error status: 1603.
    Also, I suspect may be issue with WMI then checked WMI repository and it is in consistent state. winmgmt /verifyrepository.
    Please help on this issue.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks

    Kumaresan Lakshmanan

    DB:3.76:Vmm Agent Install Fails On Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V 93

    Hi,
    We are unable to install VMM 2012 R2 agent on Windows Server 2012 R2 servereither from VMM console or manually on the hyper-v server.
    Error on VMM Console:
    Error (410)
    Agent installation failed on chsicoecdh03.casper.com.
    Fatal error during installation (0x80070643)
    Recommended Action
    Try the operation again. If the problem persists, install the agent locally and then add the managed computer.

    ==================================================================
    Error on Hyper-v server:
    MSI (c) (E8:D0) [16:53:24:726]: Windows Installer installed the product. Product Name: Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager Agent (x64). Product Version: 3.2.7510.0. Product Language: 1033. Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation. Installation success
    or error status: 1603.
    Also, I suspect may be issue with WMI then checked WMI repository and it is in consistent state. winmgmt /verifyrepository.
    Please help on this issue.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks

    Kumaresan Lakshmanan

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.76

    DB:3.76:Cant Able To Add Hyper-V Host s7


    Hi All,

    I am trying to add hyper-v host to VMM .
    But its showing following error.
    Error (415)
    Agent installation failed copying C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2012\Virtual Machine Manager\agents\I386\3.0.6005.0\msiInstaller.exe to \\SystemCenterSM.contoso.com\ADMIN$\msiInstaller.exe.
    The network path was not found.
    Both the Hyper-v machine,VMM machine and the host machine are in same domain.
    Please help me out...

    DB:3.76:Cant Able To Add Hyper-V Host s7

    Hi, please check if SystemCenterSM.contoso.com - can be resloved by DNS FQDN (NSLOOKUP) - The Windows Firewall allows the required communication ports for SCVMM agent installation - The account used to install the SCVMM agent has local administrative permissions
    on SystemCenterSM.contoso.comregards Marc Grote aka Jens Baier - www.it-training-grote.de - www.forefront-tmg.de - www.galileocomputing.de/3276?GPP=MarcGrote

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.75

    DB:3.75:Hyper-V On Vmm Machine 93


    I'm very new to VMM. I noticed that I was unable to create a VHD using VMM which I suppose makes sense since hyper-v is not installed on the VMM machine. Should it be? What are the advantages if any? Thanks.

    DB:3.75:Hyper-V On Vmm Machine 93

     Hello Sam55,Sorry for inconvenicnce, Sure if you will not use VMM as a host no need for Hyper-V. As Yusuf said SCVMM is just an advanced managment interface for Hyper-V hosts.Fawzi

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.74

    DB:3.74:Managing Hyper-V From A Workgroup? 97


    Currently have Hyper-V 2/R2 on one machine in my workgroup. I'm tired of RDP to the machine to manage it. Went try try to install VMM tonight and the first problem i hit was Virtual Machine Manager requires a computer that is a member of a domain.
    Join the computer to a domain, and then run setup again That was during the setup of Virtual Machine Manager Administrator Console. Is there anyway to get around this? I don't want to add the complexity of a domain just to be able to install
    VMM. I'm not that familiar with VMM and the different pieces for admin console was what i initially tried to install. If i can't use VMM because i'm not in a domain is there anyway i can remotely admin VMM other than RDP?

    thanks,
    Choclabs

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.74

    DB:3.74:Using Vmm In Hyper-V 7m



    Hi fellas!

    I have 2 Hyper-V in Windows Core(2 machines in cluster) and VMM´s Server in one physical machine, but I want install this VMM´s Server in a vm at Hyper-V Cluster, this is possible? I can create some problem in this config?

    DB:3.74:Using Vmm In Hyper-V 7m


    Carlos, boa tarde.
    Funciona normalmente.
    Aliás, instalar o VMM2008 R2 numa máquina virtual dentro de um cluster Hyper-V, é a única maneira de dar alta disponibilidade ao VMM, uma vez que ele não é uma aplicação que roda como um recurso do cluster (cluster resource). Leia aqui:

    http://blogs.technet.com/b/m2/archive/2009/01/21/running-the-virtual-machine-manager-server-component-inside-a-virtual-machine.aspx

    Tem algumas recomendações que é bom que você esteja ciente:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc764231.aspx

    If you install the VMM server on a virtual machine, do not migrate this virtual machine to another host from within the VMM Administrator Console. If the virtual machine is highly available, do not migrate this virtual machine to another node on the cluster
    from within the VMM Administrator Console. When the VMM server is running on a virtual machine, it is literally managing itself; therefore any migration, including quick migration, will result in a service interruption.

    Also, if you enable Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) for the host group or host cluster that contains the virtual machine running the VMM server, exclude that virtual machine from PRO. This prevents PRO-initiated migration of the virtual machine
    if high CPU or memory usage on the host, or some other condition monitored by PRO, causes PRO to recommend migration of a virtual machine. For information about excluding a virtual machine from PRO-initiated migrations, see
    Creating New Virtual Machines (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=162793).

    Obs.: O VMM 2012, pelo que li e entendi, parece que funcionacomo se fosse um recurso de umcluster,mas eu ainda não testei essa funcionalidade. Mais detalhes:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg610678.aspx

    Abraços

    Uellington Santos - MCSE Server Infrastructure/Private Cloud

    Obrigado Uellington,

    A resposta me ajudou bastante!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.72

    DB:3.72:Physical To Virtual (P2v) Conversion Vmm 2012 Sp1 f7


    I have installed a 2012 Datacenter Server with Hyper-V Role.
    In this Hyper-V Role i have installed a VM with Server 2012 Standard VMM 2012 SP1 beta.
    My problem is that to Physical to Virtual conversion is not working.
    I tried it on the same host of the VMM server and also on another Host.

    I run into the error: 2912

    An internal error has occurred trying to contact the VMM Server: NO_PARAM: NO_PARAM.
    Unknown error (0x80072f0d)
    Recommended Action
    Check that WS-Managment service is installed and running on server VMM-Server. If VMM-Server is a host/library/update server or a PXE servre role then ensure that vmm agent is installed and running.

    The Agent Service is instaled on the VMM Server and also on the physical maschine and the Hosts.

    Anybody come through this problem??
    Peter

    DB:3.72:Physical To Virtual (P2v) Conversion Vmm 2012 Sp1 f7

    I completely uninstalled the VMM and made a new installation (also the DB) and there it goes!!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.71

    DB:3.71:Vmm Service Not Starting After Disaster Recovery 1p


    Hello,
    I have a VMM environment with remote SQL server (VMM 2008 R2 SP1 SQL 2008 ENT SP1), Hyper-V hosts are added to the VMM server; The VMM server crashed, so I reinstalled a fresh new server on a different hardware, and on the installation wizard I pointed
    to the existing database (installed under domain accont with full permissions). After installation the VMM service it's not starting, no error message or anything. In event viewer I have this The Virtual Machine Manager service terminated
    unexpectedly. It has done this 7 time(s). error ID 7034.
    Does anyone has a clue ?
    Thanks in advance

    DB:3.71:Vmm Service Not Starting After Disaster Recovery 1p

    sorry, I forgot to update the post; I managed to figure it out ...had to install the SCOM console on the VMM server, after that all was working fine (I forgot about the console too :) );

    thanks for your help anyway

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.70

    DB:3.70:Roles In Vmm And Hyper-V aa


     
    Hi all
     
    When you have the rights in VMM to manage a virtual machine, rights are not checked in hyper-v.
    Is this a wanted feature?
     
    Roles assigned in VMM are not shown in azman and roles assigned in azman seem to have no impact.
     
    Any help on this?
     
    Michael

    DB:3.70:Roles In Vmm And Hyper-V aa

    Hi,Just to clarify - we were told in the virtualization summit in January that the role/security administration of the Hyper-V MMC plugin and SCVMM vNext would be totally separate - if you wanted anything other than the defaults you would have to duplicate your configuration in both places.  Are you saying that they are actually connected?  Can you point me to anything explaining this connection in greater detail? (For instance, is it two-way or does SCVMM override?)thanks!Martin

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.69

    DB:3.69:Vmm 2012 Cpu Bottleneck 9x


    Hello,
    In my test lab, I have a 2-node Hyper-V cluster. I manage this cluster with VMM 2012 RC.I am having CPU bottleneck on VMM server and it makes management of Hyper-V cluster harder by every process is taking very long time.
    Here is some hardware and configuration information :

    Hyper-V Nodes :
    * They are identical Huaweri E6000 blade
    * 2 CPU's with 4 core (totaly 16 cores with HT)
    * 48 GB Memory
    * 1.5TBfibre attached SAN storage, CSV enabled
    * 1 network interface for management and virtual switch
    * Windows Server 2008R2 Enterprise Edition Server Core, sp1 and all latest updates with BPA for Hyper-V
    * No AV installed

    VMM 2012 Server :
    * VM in this cluster
    * Earlier had 1 cpu, now 4 cpu
    * 512MB startup, 4 GB max memory
    * 50 GB fixed disk
    * VMM database resides on a remote physical server (another Huawei blade)with 8 physical cores, 12GB memory, SQL data files residing on a fibre attached SAN. Memory usage is at 6GB, less than %1 CPU consumed. Currently hosting only VMM database. (Other
    SC products will be using db server in the future)
    * No AV installed
    * VMM 2012 version : 3.0.5.007.0 evaluation

    When I first power-on VMM (vmm service is set to auto and started) CPU usage is at between %0-1. Around 1-2 minutes later than starting VMM console in VMM server or another windows 7 machine, cpu usagepeaks at %100 if there is only 1 core or %24-25
    if there are 4 cores. When I tested VMM server with 4 cores, in task manager I see one core is running at max.
    So this makes management of the hyper-v cluster a lot harder, since every single operation is taking 2-3 mins including live migrate menu.
    I have searched internet and this forums, but could not found any useful information. Hope somebody can help.MCTS, 2008R2 Server Virtualization http://www.erkanaksoy.com

    DB:3.69:Vmm 2012 Cpu Bottleneck 9x

    Hello - I am running into the same problem with spiked CPU on my VMM2012 RC environment. CEIP is disabled but I am still getting consistent CPU spike from vmmservice.exe (it eventually goes back to 0 but then spikes again when I click any button).
    If I collect traces, where should I send them for analysis?
    Thank you

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.69

    DB:3.69:Vm Dissapeared From Hyper-V And Vmm Has Status Of Missing dx


    I finished doing a p2v of a server  and since I don't want this vm to replace the physical server yet I decided to change the MAC address to dynamic in Hyper-v and then bring it up and change the sid and IP address.When I tried to start it in vmm it failed with error 2927 and now its status is missingThen I went back to Hyper-v and the machine was gone.Is there anyway to recover this virtual machine in Hyper-v or do I have to basically restart p2v.Thanks

    DB:3.69:Vm Dissapeared From Hyper-V And Vmm Has Status Of Missing dx

    Were you able to find the root cause to this issue? I do not have anti virus installed and I do have my hyper-v host connected to vmm

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.69

    DB:3.69:Move Vm Hyper-V Domain To Hyper-V Server Without Domain Using Vmm 2012 ak


    Hello, I have the following environment:
    2 hosts with hyper-v domain contoller
    One host with hyper-v server 2012 with workgroup.

    problem: when I go to move a virtual machine from the host in this field for the hyper-v server, it's the following error.

    SUPER01 - Hyper-V Server 2012 in Workgroup
    Nethost01 - windows Server 2012 with Role Hyper-V and Domain Controller.
    Nethost02 Windows Server 2012 With Role Hyper-V and Domain Controller. Allocates the vm to be migrated

    Atenciosamente Julio Araujo

    DB:3.69:Move Vm Hyper-V Domain To Hyper-V Server Without Domain Using Vmm 2012 ak

    For live migrating virtual machines between hosts (shared-nothing Live Migration), those hosts must be members of the same active directory domain, or to domains that trust each other.
    More information:

    Common requirements for any form of live migration:

    Two (or more) servers running Hyper-V that:

    Support hardware virtualization.Use processors from the same manufacturer. For example, all AMD or all Intel.Belong to either the same Active Directory domain, or to domains that trust each other.
    Virtual machines must be configured to use virtual hard disks or virtual Fibre Channel disks (no physical disks). For more information on virtual Fibre Channel, seeHyper-V
    Virtual Fibre Channel Overview.Use of an isolated network, physically or through another networking technology such as VLANs, is recommended for live migration network traffic.

    Kristian (Virtualization and some coffee: http://kristiannese.blogspot.com )

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.67

    DB:3.67:Install Virtual Guest Services Option Not Updating Server 2012 Guests 39


    Hi,
    I'm using VMM 2012 SP1 Update Rollup 3 and Hyper-V 2012.
    I have installed KB2908415 hotfix onto our Hyper-V clusters to resolve stability issues with CSVs. Installing this hotfix causes an update in Integration Tools to version 6.2.9200.20873.
    If I shut down my virtual machine and use the manual option of Install Virtual Guest Services it completes successfully but the Integration Tools aren't upgraded on the virtual machine. This only happens with Server 2012 guest machines
    (Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 guest machines are updated successfully. I have tried refreshing the virtual machine in VMM so the Integration Tools version is displayed.
    VMM mounts the iso from c:\windows\system32 onto the virtual machine but the install doesn't seem to start.
    Has anyone managed to get this working?
    Thanks,
    Emma

    DB:3.67:Install Virtual Guest Services Option Not Updating Server 2012 Guests 39

    Hi,
    I'm using VMM 2012 SP1 Update Rollup 3 and Hyper-V 2012.
    I have installed KB2908415 hotfix onto our Hyper-V clusters to resolve stability issues with CSVs. Installing this hotfix causes an update in Integration Tools to version 6.2.9200.20873.
    If I shut down my virtual machine and use the manual option of Install Virtual Guest Services it completes successfully but the Integration Tools aren't upgraded on the virtual machine. This only happens with Server 2012 guest machines
    (Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 guest machines are updated successfully. I have tried refreshing the virtual machine in VMM so the Integration Tools version is displayed.
    VMM mounts the iso from c:\windows\system32 onto the virtual machine but the install doesn't seem to start.
    Has anyone managed to get this working?
    Thanks,
    Emma

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.66

    DB:3.66:Virtual Machine Manager Error -A Service Connection Point (Scp) Could Not Be Registered In Active Directory Domain Services pf


    A service connection point (SCP) could not be registered in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) for the VMM management server.
    Run C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2012\Virtual Machine Manager\setup\ConfigureSCPTool.exe -install vmmmngmnt01.subdomain.domain.xx.xx SubDomain\vmmmngmnt01$ in a command window and then check AD DS. If an SCP is not registered, VMM consoles
    on other computers will not be able to connect to this VMM management server and deploying a Hyper-V host to a bare-metal

    I get the error above after the install completes which leaves my installation useless. Even after I run the configurescptool .. Any ideas or Can anyone tell me how to manually add the SCP ?

    DB:3.66:Virtual Machine Manager Error -A Service Connection Point (Scp) Could Not Be Registered In Active Directory Domain Services pf

    Please see the following blog post by my mate Steve:http://systemscentre.blogspot.no/2014/01/creating-service-connection-point-scp.html
    -knKristian (Virtualization and some coffee: http://kristiannese.blogspot.com )

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.65

    DB:3.65:Using Rd Connection Broker / Virtualization Host With Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 9k


    I'm trying to configure my Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 setup for use with a VDI environment for testing. Currently, I am running:
    1 x HP BL460cBlade with Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise running System Center Virtual Machine Manager and Failover Cluster Manager
    2 x HP BL460c Blades with Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 on a failover cluster utilizing Cluster Shared Volumes
    I have created virtual machines (Windows XP Professional and Windows 7 VMs) on both of the Hyper-V servers. The failover cluster, live migration, VMM, and all the other components I've tested thus far are working properly. The VMs appear to be
    functioning normally, as well, and I can use them successfully.
    As mentioned ebfore, we are currentlyevaluating Hyper-V for use in a VDI environment. We already have a VMWare View infrastructure for one of our sites, but would like to implement Hyper-V in another location. I installed all of the RD
    components and have tried the configurations. While the configuration pages look the same, it appears to me that the RD Connection Broker, Virtualization Host, et al, are looking for VMs only on the SC-VMM box.
    Is there a way to route incoming connections through the RD connection broker to virtual machines located on the two Hyper-V servers, or does the virtualization only work when using Windows Server 2008 R2 installs with the Hyper-V and Virtualization Host
    roles enabled?
    Thanks in advance for any assistance.

    DB:3.65:Using Rd Connection Broker / Virtualization Host With Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 9k

    For anyone looking for the solution to this problem please run this command on your Hyper-V server, it will enable the RDS Virtualization Host Feature.
    dism /online /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:VmHostAgent
    Regards
    Brett Smith
    One IT LTD
    Cloud Computing Specialists

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.65

    DB:3.65:Where Should I Install Vmm Server? Hyper-V Parent Partition? xa


    I'm an MSDN subscriber and learning about Hyper-V and SCVMM but I'm not sure where to install the SCVMM VMM Server. The Hyper-V server is only used for testing/development in a home environment so it's a critical production machine.
    Should the VMM Server be installed into the Hyper-V parent partition? ...and then install the VMM Administrator Console onto my Windows 7 client?
    I'm not really sure where to install the VMM Server...
    Also, I really only want to monitor CPU usage and clone virtual machines but it's not possible with Hyper-V Manager which is why I'm looking into SCVMM.
    Thanks for any help!

    DB:3.65:Where Should I Install Vmm Server? Hyper-V Parent Partition? xa

    Thanks Matt!
    Also, keep up the great work on your blog. It's incredibly useful!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.65

    DB:3.65:Hyper-V Vmm Service Parando 1p


    Instalei o SCVMM em uma máquina virtual  e quando adiciono como host o Hyper-v 2008 Server onde o próprio SCVMM está, o serviço VMM no host para de funcionar. Quando removo o host do SCVMM o serviço continua funcionando normalmente no hyper-v Configuração: Hyper-V 2008 Server - Build 6.0.6001.18221 SCVMM 2008 R2 Usei o SCVMMCA para analizar e quando o serviço está parado aparece a mensagem abaixo, mas quando fiz a mesma analise com o serviço rodando (por pouco tempo) não dá erro nenhum The virtualization software services on host VMSOLCORP02 are not running. On Hyper-V hosts, these services are Hyper-V Networking Service, Hyper-V Image Management Service, and Virtual Machine Management Service; and on Virtual Server hosts, it is the Virtual Server Service. Start the services, and then refresh the host in the VMM Administrator Console. Alguma idéia? Obrigado

    DB:3.65:Hyper-V Vmm Service Parando 1p

    Baixei e instalei do zero o Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 e os problemas acabaram, fiz alguns testes e até P2V funcionou sem problema. Estou com uma máquina Hyper-V R2 e uma máquina Virtual Server 2005 R2 rodando sem problemas agora Muito obrigado a todos

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.65

    DB:3.65:Error (12700) Vmm Cannot Complete The Hyper-V Operation On The ... Could Not Initialize. (Virtual Machine Id ) (Unknown Error (0x8000)) jp


    I have been having a consistant issue during P2V conversions. If I have the converted placed on my Win 2008 R2 system (also running SCVMM) I get the following error message and recommendation:
    Error (12700)
    VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the VirtualMgt.amrinc-corp.local server because of the error: 'testV' could not initialize. (Virtual machine ID 03D6F613-71C2-4E2B-A72E-0832902B00CA)

    (Unknown error (0x8000))
    Recommended Action
    Resolve the issue in Hyper-V and then try the operation again.
    These P2V conversions were win2000 SP4 with SP4 Rollup applied. I have done 3 of these with the exact same ending error message. Now the interesting think is if I tell VMM to place the P2V conversion on my old Virtual Serverrunning on Win2003R2
    it works just fine accept for Virtual Machine Integration.
    Any idea what might be causing this issue?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.65

    DB:3.65:Slipshod Installer s1


    Installation of Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 is a pain in the arm on Windows Server 2008 R2:

    Installation is ridiculously complicated .
    Here's the story:
    After downloading Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 (VMM) for a couple of hours , the installer states that It is highly recommended that you run the Virtual Machine Manager Configuration Analyzer (VMMCA). So I spent another couple of hours downloading VMMCA. After I did that, I tried to install VMMCA... But instead of running, VMMCA prompted me to install another software to be able to install itself: The Microsoft Baseline Configuration Analyzer (MBCA). So that day it was the third software I had to download without even beginning to install VMM... After I finally did that (and shortly before day #1 was over), VMMCA told me to join or create an Active Directory domain. I did that and run VMMAC again, expecting to be able to continue now and go home... Instead, VMMAC now told me that another prerequisite isn't met : The IIS role is required... OK, so I installed the IIS role as well. Again, I run VMMAC, hoping it would now, finally, accept my configuration. And yes, no more flaws were found. The next day I was very confident to install VMM now in order to learn its advantages compared to Hyper-V Monitor. So I started the VMM installer to install VMM Server... VMM Server setup told me that all hardware and software requirements were met. Great, I thought... But right at the very next page VMM told me that it'd require SQL Server to be able to install! I didn't want to install the provided, obsolete, SQL Server 2005 edition, so I aborted this setup again in order to install SQL Server 2008... Now, after all these prerequisites are met and after I've now reached the database setup screen in order to have VMM setup create its database..... hitting the [Continue] button doesn't work!!! *aaargh* (The button's not grayed out and there is no hint available explaining why the installer doesn't continue)
    I strongly suggest to update the VMM 2k8 R2 installer to automatically detect all missing requirements at once and to work flawlessly .

    Why does VMM 2k8 R2 come with SQL Server 2005?
    I suggest to bundle it with SQL Server 2008. Who is expected to install this obsolete database engine voluntarily with the latest VMM version?

    Why is VMM 2k8 R2 necessary at all?
    Why isn't all the functionality implemented into Hyper-V monitor?

    DB:3.65:Slipshod Installer s1

    Just another addendum: With my yesterday's run I entered . as the SQL Server name, like I always do in SQL Server Management Studio... VMM Server installer didn't complain about this until the whole installation process went through. 10mins. after starting installation, at the end of the installation process, I got an error message telling me that DNS couldn't resolve . as a server name. The installer really doesn't seem to be very robust. IMHO, SQL Server installer should become a role model for VMM Server installer.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.64

    DB:3.64:Unknown Error (0x8010) 8j


    Hello, after the upgrade
    hyper-v 2.0 to 3.0, no part of the
    virtual machine is started and remains
    in a saved state
    Error in SCVMM:
    Error (12700)
    VMM cannot complete the host operation on the server because of the error: 'vmName' could not initialize. (Virtual machine ID D66635D3-9127-484C-A21A-80E5508C598C)
    Unknown error (0x8010)

    Recommended Action
    Resolve the host issue and then try the operation again.

    DB:3.64:Unknown Error (0x8010) 8j

    Hello, after the upgrade
    hyper-v 2.0 to 3.0, no part of the
    virtual machine is started and remains
    in a saved state
    Error in SCVMM:
    Error (12700)
    VMM cannot complete the host operation on the server because of the error: 'vmName' could not initialize. (Virtual machine ID D66635D3-9127-484C-A21A-80E5508C598C)
    Unknown error (0x8010)

    Recommended Action
    Resolve the host issue and then try the operation again.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.64

    DB:3.64:Vmm 2012 On Vm Or Phycial Or Vm xz


    Hi experts
    I am a question about the VMM 2012 r2 deployment.
    Should I install VMM on a physical server or a virtual manchine ?
    My understanding is installing VMM on a virtual machine is supported. But I am not sure if it's recommended or if any features or function would be lost.

    I am planning a hyper-v cluster to host all virtual machines and a cluster for VMM (guest virtual machine, on hyper-v cluster of course). Any issue ?
    Any official guide ?

    Thanks

    DB:3.64:Vmm 2012 On Vm Or Phycial Or Vm xz

    Hi sh41667,
    my expierence, when deploying Hyper-V at customers Datacenters, is that the customers can live with a single VM for VMM on any available CSV. In case this VM goes down, you can manage your cluster though FailoverclusterManager and Hyper-V manager. For bigger
    or critical installations the cluster in a cluster solution would be the better choice.

    Some customers want to have the VMM Server on a separate LUN, which is not made as CSV, so the LUN will move with the VMM VM to the chosen Hyper-V node. The reports from the customers show no limitation in their daily business when using a single VM for
    VMM, either with separate LUN or just any CSV. It's a reliable solution.

    Hope that helps.
    Kind regards, David

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.63

    DB:3.63:Vm San Migration With Scvmm: Machine Ids Not Deleted 3d


    Had to test VM migration form one hyper-v host to another for disaster recovery purposes. Hyper V is running on two x.64 Windows Server 2008 core installations, and there are several LUN's of a Fibre Channel SAN (HP MSA 2000) exposed to the hyper-v hosts. SCVMM 2008 is installed on a physical x.64 Windows 2008 server.SAN migration works one time, but SCVMM does NOT delete the old machine ID after the migration has sucessfully completed from the old source server. In SCVMM, everything looks fine, but when starting the Hyper-V management tools, the migrated machine is still displayed (status:OFF) on the old Hyper-V host.When trying to migrate the VM back to the original host, we are getting Error (12700) VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the hyper-v-host name server because of the error: Import failed because the virtual machine must have a new identifier. Select a new identifier and try the import again.(Unknown error (0x8005)) .When manually deleting the machine ID XML file (it seems to be a symbolic link) from the directory \\hyper-v-host name\c$\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Hyper-V\Virtual Machines before, the migration works without any problem.What are we doing wrong, or how can we solve this problem? Thank you all in advance for any help.Franz

    DB:3.63:Vm San Migration With Scvmm: Machine Ids Not Deleted 3d

    Hi Franz,Thanks for posting your question here. It sounds like when this VM was originally created not all of the VM files were stored on the SAN. Try the same SAN transfer on a VM where all of the VM files are stored on the SAN and let me know what happens.
    Thanks,Mike Briggs [MSFT]http://blogs.technet.com/mbriggs
    ** This information provided AS IS with no warranties, and confers no rights **

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.63

    DB:3.63:Error 809 - Vmm Cannot Remove The Virtual Machine Because It Is Not Turned Off. zm


    I created a VM using the Hyper-V manager. VMM saw this as an Unsupported VM Configuration. When I tried to remove the machine using VMM, I received the following error: Error 809 - VMM cannot remove the virtual machine because it is not turned off.
     
    Virtual Host: Core 2008 + Hyper-V RTM
    VMM: Full 2008, SCVMM 2008 Beta + patch
     
    I would like to get this machine out of the console as I am now unable to create a new VM using this same name.
     
    Richard

    DB:3.63:Error 809 - Vmm Cannot Remove The Virtual Machine Because It Is Not Turned Off. zm

    Have you attempted removing the Host from SCVMM and then addind it back in?Has the Host been rebooted?(or the VMM Agent restarted on the Host?)It sounds like you had a VM state change that happened outside of VMM and VMM did not get an update regarding the VM prior to the VM being deleted from the Host (or Host communication is not working properly all together).Therefore VMM has 'locked' the VM status into a logic loop and won't allow you to remove it.The other option is (if you are comfortable with messing around in SQL tables) to manually remove the VM from the SCVMM SQL database.This is not a painful act, nor it is wrought with danger as long as you pay attention to what you are doing and only remove the problem VM and its linked dependencies.(I say this after being chasticized for stating in a previous thread that I cleaned up my database myself, by hand...like I said, if you are comfortable then it isn't rocket science).

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.63

    DB:3.63:Installing Vmm Server On Windows Server 2008 Core Edition Problem! xs


    Hey all!!!I've set up my Hyper-V on my windows 2008 core server and i've also got a fair few virtual machines all running on it! I set up the current virtual machines from another windows 2008 server (normal) via SCVMM 2008 beta which also had VMM Server installed on it.However....I have to give the windows 2008 normal server back soon but still want to be able to maintain and control my virtual machines!One thought was to create a new VM on the core machine in the same way i've created others so far and install the VMM on that... but that would leave me with a big vulnerability. So what i'd like to do is install the VMM on the core machine!When i ran the SCVMM 2008 Beta installer (setup.exe) All that appeared was a white box that did nothing.... Is there a special version of vmm server for core operating systems?On the front end of things i've been able to install the SCVMM Administration console on other machines so this VMM Server is my last missing link.Thanks in advance....Lewis Thanks

    DB:3.63:Installing Vmm Server On Windows Server 2008 Core Edition Problem! xs

    Hi,Why must there be a way? On Windows Server Core you can't install the .NET framework, but VMM need it. Why don't just install a new VM with a full installation of Windows Server 2008 and install on this full VM Server VMM 2008 Beta?Peter Forster, MVP Virtual Machine, Austria

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.63

    DB:3.63:Virtual Machine In Vmm On My Hyper-V Host Based On A Template Get The Following Error 3101 mj


    All,Whenever I attempt to create a new virtual machine in VMM on my Hyper-V host based on a template I get the following error:Error (3101)VMM failed to mount VHD file D:\Virtual Machines\HyperV\MSL-WTS02\Blank Disk - Large.vhd on the msl-hvs01.msl.tdl server. A timeout occurred.(Internal error code: 0x80990C1D)Recommended ActionCheck Device Manager/System Devices to make sure that Microsoft Virtual Server Storage Bus is installed and functional. If it is not, install VHDMount components of Virtual Server. Restart Virtual Disk Service, and then try the operation again.
    However, the image is working fine on the physical host, but the VMM 2008 reports creation failure and does not see the active virtual machine on host.
    Any Ideas?

    Thanks,
    Liam

    DB:3.63:Virtual Machine In Vmm On My Hyper-V Host Based On A Template Get The Following Error 3101 mj

    Did this issue get resolved?
    If so, please share with community how you resolved.
    Otherwise, re-activate post if you still require assistance.Carmen M. Summers (MSFT) --Posting is provided AS IS with no warranties, and confers no rights.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.62

    DB:3.62:Scvmm 2012 Installation In Hyper-V zk


    Is it possible to install the Virtual Machine Manager 2012in a Hyper-V Maschine on a Windows Server 2012 Datacenter and to manager this Host.
    I tried this configuration and the VMM is writing - No connection to Host.
    Should this be possible theoretical?
    If there is any confusion (which could be :-) )i would explain it better.

    1) Windows Server 2012 Datacenter with Hyper-V Role
    2) SCVMM 2012 on a 2008 R2 Server which is running on the 2012 Server (1)

    Thank you for your help!

    DB:3.62:Scvmm 2012 Installation In Hyper-V zk

    Thank you for your answer!

    I did find that information also and installed on the Host a Hyper-V with Server 2012 Standard and VMM 2012 SP1 and that works!
    I only need the VMM for converting the physical to virtual and not for managing so beta is ok for me.

    thank you for your answer!!

    Greetings

    Peter

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.61

    DB:3.61:Vmm Unable To Connect To Hosts - Winrm Issue 81


    Afternoon,
    I am having some problems with VMM showing 'Host Not Responding' for all Hyper-V hosts within a Server 2012 R2 Windows Cluster.
    The Health Status of the hosts shows a Critical issue with WinRM (Virtual Machine Manager cannot complete the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) request on the computer)
    I'll try to explain my current diagnosis efforts:
    The Hyper-V host and VMM Server are on the same subnet. My machine is on a separate subnet. All diagnosis steps have been taken whilst logged in as myself. I am using my AD account which is a local administrator on all machines.

    I am able to enter a PSSession from my machine, to the Hyper-V host, but not from the VMM server to the Hyper-V host (Error shows
    Connecting to remote server failed with the following error message : The WinRM client received an HTTP
    status code of 403 from the remote WS-Management service.)I am able to successfully run Test-WSMan %Hyper-V Host Name% from my machine, but not from the VMM server.I am able to connect to a local PSSession on the Hyper-V host (Enter-PSSession %Hyper-V Host Name%)Firewall on the Hyper-V host is disabledCurrent WinHTTP proxy settings on the Hyper-V Host are set to Direct access (no proxy server)
    Does anyone have any suggestions as to why i'm able to connect from a different subnet, but not from the same subnet?
    Thanks,
    Jon

    DB:3.61:Vmm Unable To Connect To Hosts - Winrm Issue 81

    In addition:
    The Hyper-V host has two network connections, both configured to use DHCP.

    One connection is being used by the Virtual Switch, the other is used for management.
    Checking on the VMM Server and My machine both were resolving different IP addresses for the Hyper-V host. For diagnosis reasons I have added a host entry on the VMM server so thatit resolves the sameIP for the Hyper-V host as my machine
    does. I am still unable to connect to the Hyper-V host using WinRM.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.61

    DB:3.61:Remotely Enable The Hyper-V Role With Vmm 2008 R2? 7m


    This is a touted feature, but I cannot find any documentation that lists step by step instructions on how to do this.I cannot even open VMM 2008 admin console because it requires you to type in a working server first.  How can you do this if the server wasn't already enabled in advance?I could go to the Server 2008 R2 Server Core machine and enable Hyper-V manually, but I want to see this feature of Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 work.

    DB:3.61:Remotely Enable The Hyper-V Role With Vmm 2008 R2? 7m

    I think I found the answer that VMM  has to be installed seperately in addition to Hyper-V.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.60

    DB:3.60:System Center 2012 Vmm Hyper-V Cluster Error px



    When I attempt to add a Hyper-V Cluster in VMM, i get the following error:

    XCLUSTER.x.local cannot be managed by Virtual Machine Manager, as managing a host cluster in which the HA-VMM is running on is not supported.

    Managing a host cluster which the HA-VMM is running on is not supported

    ID: 25517

    Any ideas?

    SC 2012 VMM is installed on one of the 2 clustered nodes in our private cloud.

    Thanks!

    Jason

    DB:3.60:System Center 2012 Vmm Hyper-V Cluster Error px

    Jason, I agree that installing VMM on a virtual machine inside the cluster solves this unsupported problem, but that by itself consumes a VOSE license. What is then the point of licensing allowing you to run management software on the parent partition
    if it's not supported?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.60

    DB:3.60:Server 2008 R2 X64 With Virtual Server 2005 (Cpu Dont Support Hardware Virtualization) 71


    I have server with Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 installed, but Hyper-V dosnt work, because CPU dont support Intel VT-x, so i install Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 on this server.
    Later i install SC VMM 2008 R2 SP1? and then i add host, SC VMM swich on Hyper-V role on this server (wich dosen`t work) and in propertes i see under Virtualization Software: Microsoft Hyper-V (service working, but VM dosen`t start, because no hardware
    support).
    So my question is: it si possible manage VMM 2008 R2 on Microsoft Server 2008 R2 with Virtual Server 2005 virtualization, not Hyper-V ?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.60

    DB:3.60:Migrate Perimeter Server To Domain Host Error 1238 17


    Hi,
    I got 3 machine, i am having problem to moving my perimeter VM to hyper-v server as error prompted below. I understand the reason why it stop me but i am finding solution how to migrate my perimeter vm without additional server?

    1238 The virtual machine %VMName; cannot be
    transferred because it is located in a
    perimeter network.
    Ensure that the selected virtual
    machine is not in a perimeter network,
    and then try the operation again.

    Machine1 (Perimeter with VMM agent installed)
    Windower server 2008 R2 sp1 installed, not joined to domain
    (DC) (SCVMM) is on this machine, and others VM

    Machine2 (Joined domain)
    Hyper-V R2

    Machine3 (Joined domain)
    Hyper-V R2

    MT | MCITP ----- Please vote helpful or mark as answer if it's answered your question, this help us follow up the question status.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.58

    DB:3.58:Error (2910) Vmm Does Not Have Appropriate Permissions To Access The Resource No_Param On The No_Param Server. ds


    Hi All,
    I am facing issue while configure the Add Hyper-V Host and Clusters in VMM. We have created one virtual machine X111 in Hyper-V now I want to addX111 VM in System Center 2012 SP1 VMM.

    I have installed System Center 2012 SP1 VMM in Window Server 2012 R2 Datacenter. I have follow all steps which is mention in http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg610648.aspx
    but I got below error
    Error (2910)
    VMM does not have appropriate permissions to access the resource NO_PARAM on the NO_PARAM server.

    Recommended Action
    Ensure that Virtual Machine Manager has the appropriate rights to perform this action.

    I have also tried with local administrator logged in but still same issue.
    Please provide solution. Waiting for your positive response.
    Thanks in advance,

    DB:3.58:Error (2910) Vmm Does Not Have Appropriate Permissions To Access The Resource No_Param On The No_Param Server. ds


    Hi Shabarinath,

    Thanks for reply.

    I have already tried Remote Enable options to everyone user but still issue.

    Is it required to start or install any service in VM (X111) to configuration or add Hyper V host or cluster in VMM 2012 SP1?

    I have followed all the steps which are mention in link http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg610648.aspx but same issue raised.

    Please help.

    Thanks in advance,

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.58

    DB:3.58:Update Of Vmm Agent On Hyper-V Host Returns Error 10429 7x


    I have a Hyper-V host that is part of a failover cluster. The VMM agent on the host is out of date. If I try to use SCVMM (2012 w/SP1) to update the agent I get this error.
    Error (10429)
    An older version of the Virtual Machine Manager management server is installed on hv3.ad.milwaukee.gov. The VMM agent on the VMM management server cannot be upgraded independently.

    Recommended Action
    Remove hv3.ad.milwaukee.gov from the Managed Computers view of the VMM console, uninstall the VMM management server from hv3.ad.milwaukee.gov, and then add hv3.ad.milwaukee.gov back as a host or library server.

    When I look at the host from the Managed Computer view of the VMM console the 'remove' tab is greyed out, so I can't follow the recommended action. How can I upgrade to the latest agent?

    DB:3.58:Update Of Vmm Agent On Hyper-V Host Returns Error 10429 7x

    same situation here, probably we need to remove the node from cluster, but is it safe for redundancy, we have 3 nodes.
    all machine node are windows 2012 r2 eng

    thanks for help

    Mauro

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.58

    DB:3.58:No Available Mac Address For Ethernet Port zf


    All,I have two Hyper V box running under my SCVMM. Since yesterday i am getting error message while creating new VM.
    Error (12700)
    VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the xyz.company.com server because of the error: 'CrystalRpt' failed to start. (Virtual machine 043BA26D-CBE3-4933-931A-0FEB1A06A0AC)
    'CrystalRpt' Microsoft Emulated Ethernet Port (Instance ID {718032DA-6EFB-4EF4-8152-9A2FBDA945BF}): Failed to power on with Error 'Unspecified error' (0x80004005). (Virtual machine 043BA26D-CBE3-4933-931A-0FEB1A06A0AC)
    'CrystalRpt' No available MAC address for Ethernet Port (043BA26D-CBE3-4933-931A-0FEB1A06A0AC--0)
    (Unknown error (0x8000))

    Recommended Action

    Resolve the issue in Hyper-V and then try the operation again.
    It doesn't matter on which Hyper V box i am creating VM, theerror message appears any time. If i gave static MAC address VM is working fine. Any help would be appriciated. Thanks
    Vaibhav

    DB:3.58:No Available Mac Address For Ethernet Port zf

    Hi,This error would appear to be caused by the exhausting the pool ofdynamic MAC addresses on a Hyper-V host. Hyper-V maintains its own pool of MAC addresses per host.http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd582068(WS.10).aspxWhat version of Hyper-V are you running (2008, 2008 R2)?Is this a new problem (i.e., have you been able to create VMs on these boxes before with dynamic MAC addresses assigned by Hyper-V)How many Virtual Machines / Virtual NICs already exist on these machine? There is a limit to the default number of available dynamic MAC addresses (I think 256)A couple of things to try:1) Check the MAC address pool range on the Hyper-V host (or post them) This has to be done on the actual Hyper-V host, not the VMM server:If the host is 2008 R2, you can use the GUI:http://blogs.msdn.com/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2009/01/20/hyper-v-r2-mac-address-management.aspxOr you can checkthe following keys in the registry under:HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Virtualization\MinimumMacAddressHKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Virtualization\MaximumMacAddress2) If you try to start the VM in the Hyper-V manager on the host, Does this succeed? If not, what error? 3) If other VMs on the machine exist, and you are able to power then off, can you create a new VM with dynamic MAC address?This posting is provided AS IS with no warranties, and confers no rights. User assumes all.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.57

    DB:3.57:Virtual Machine Migration To Clustered Host Fails ma


    I have two Xeon-based HP blade servers with Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 installed. Those servers are connected to external FC storage. Failover cluster using quorum volume is created. Hyper-V role is installed on both the servers. A volume on storage system
    is used as Cluster Shared Volume to store VMs' files. I can manually create a VM, make it clustered resource, and live migrate itbetween nodes.
    One of servers is domain controller, the second one is member server (this is a test installation, so it's OK).
    I installed VMM 2008 R2 on member server (roles: VMM server, library server, self-service portal), and placed VMM host agent on domain controller. I can manage clustered VMs using VMM administration console. But I cannot migrate a VM locally storedon
    member serverto cluster (to DC host, in fact). VMM fails on step 1.9 Import Hyper-V virtual machine. Error message: Error (2927) A Hardware Management error has occurred trying to contact server HOSTNAME. (Unknown error (0x8033811e))
    Clustered resource is created, but it cannot be brought online using Faiover Cluster Manager becauseConfiguration resource for VM fails. It seems VMM fails to register new VM on target Hyper-V server.
    Firewall on both cluster nodes is disabled. WinRM component installed and configured using WINRM QUICKCONFIG command.Single virtual network adapter in VM is not connected to Hyper-V virtual network during migration, and virtual networks have the same
    name on both hosts. Domain admin account is used, and this account is full VMM administrator. Both servers has only one active network card connected to internal blade switch.
    I know that I can export VM, put it on shared volume, import it, and create new clustered resource manually. But I'd like to understand why VMM fails. Automatic migration ofVMs between any hosts is its main feature, and vithout it VMM is almost completely
    useless.

    DB:3.57:Virtual Machine Migration To Clustered Host Fails ma

    It seems that the problem is known. See
    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/robertvi/archive/2010/06/08/error-message-the-server-encountered-an-error-while-creating-name-of-the-vm.aspxfor details. In short, VMM service on domain controller has no right to create symbolic links at%systemdrive%\programdata\Microsoft\Windows\Hyper-V\Virtual
    Machines, and because of it VM import fails.
    Itried the solution described in the article, but to no success. it seems that the best way to avoid the problem is not to use domain controllers as VMM managed hosts.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.57

    DB:3.57:V2v Migration Of Esx Vms With Scvmm 2008 - Failed To Modify Device Microsoft Virtual Machine Memory Error 12700 (Unknown Error 0x100c) 99


    Hi all,The V2V migration of ESX guest to my Hyper-V server with SCVMM08 fails during the last part of the process with flw error:-------------------------------------------------------Error (12700)
    VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the .....com server because of the error: Failed to modify device 'Microsoft Virtual Machine Memory'. (Virtual machine ID A3297CD4-405D-4951-A435-90E608FDFDFA)
    Cannot modify memory settings while the virtual machine is running. (Virtual machine ID A3297CD4-405D-4951-A435-90E608FDFDFA)
    (Unknown error (0x100c))

    Recommended Action

    Resolve the issue in Hyper-V and then try the operation again.------------------------------------------------------------------------Have done a couple of other migration from the same ESX host and they went in ok. I am running the Hyper V server on a Dell 2950 IIIAny help would be appreciated

    DB:3.57:V2v Migration Of Esx Vms With Scvmm 2008 - Failed To Modify Device Microsoft Virtual Machine Memory Error 12700 (Unknown Error 0x100c) 99

    Found the cause for this on, I started Hyper V Manager and found out that the vm's was running this in spite SCVMM 2008 show not running.Stopping the vm's from Hyper-V Manager fixes above error.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.56

    DB:3.56:Migrating Vms From Vmware To Server 2012 Hyper-V 7s


    Just curious what approach people are taking? In my research it seems the following are common:
    1. SC 2012 VMM SP1
    2. Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter (MVMC) Solution Accelerator
    3. Microsoft Virtual Machine Migration Toolkit
    I only have about 100 machines to migrate

    DB:3.56:Migrating Vms From Vmware To Server 2012 Hyper-V 7s

    Hi,
    We can use virtual-to-virtual (V2V) machine conversion process in System Center 2012 – Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) to convert a VMware virtual machine to a Hyper-V virtual machine.
    VMM SP1 supports the V2V machine conversion of virtual machines that are running on the following versions of VMware ESX:

    ESX/ESXi4.1ESXi5.1
    Before you convert a VMware virtual machine to a Hyper-V virtual machine, you must uninstall VMware Tools on the guest operating system of the virtual machine.
    The Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter Solution Accelerator is a Microsoft-supported, stand-alone solution for the IT pro or solution provider who wants to convert VMware-based virtual machines and disks to Hyper-V-based virtual machines and disks.

    While “Microsoft Virtual Machine Migration Toolkit”, I found that is designed for Virtual Server 2005 virtual machine migration.

    So for your scenario, if you do not have SCVMM deployed, Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter Solution Accelerator is the best option.
    For more information please refer to following MS articles:
    How to Convert VMware Virtual Machines to Hyper-V
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg610672.aspx
    Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter Solution Accelerator
    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=34591
    Migrating from VMware to Hyper-V
    http://blogs.technet.com/b/dcaro/archive/2012/06/12/migrating-from-vmware-to-hyper-v.aspx
    Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb977556.aspx
    Hope this helps!
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    TechNet Subscription user and have any feedback on our support quality, please send your feedback
    here.Lawrence
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  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.56

    DB:3.56:Build (Or Not) Cluster With Vmm mp


    Dear Forum members,
    We are planning to implement Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 in order to install Cisco virtual switch under it. My question would be that can I simply import my existing 4-node Hyper-V cluster into VMM, or I have to delete and re-create it from VMM New Cluster
    wizard? If both is supported, what is different with them and which is better in your opinion?

    Thank you really much,

    Best Regards,
    Chris

    DB:3.56:Build (Or Not) Cluster With Vmm mp

    Agree, it will and should see your existing network configuration and ignore it when you add your existing cluster. It will just populate a very basic name and like generic info when added for the networking and storage. It does this so existing virtual
    machines are supported. You can then after the fact decide if you would like to push policies to it. Which then is a shell so VMM will push PowerShell commandlets to it via an agent. When you do this make sure your up to date on updates for VMM.
    To your other question, yes if VMM is down you can always use the cluster manager to manage your cluster.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.56

    DB:3.56:Can Vmm Run In A Vm z3


     Just wondering can VMM 2008 run within a Hyper-V Virtual Server?

    DB:3.56:Can Vmm Run In A Vm z3

    Hi Armando,Yes SCVMM 2008 can be installed as a guest OS.-matt

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.56

    DB:3.56:The Virtual Machine Manager Could Not Validate User c3


    Ever since I have installed VMM 2008 R2, I have started to get this error message:Screenshot: http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/8708/vmm.pngThe Virtual Machine Manager could not validate user [my use SID]. Contact your Virtual Machine Manager administrator to verify that there is a two-way trust relationship between the user domain and the domain of the Virtual Machine Manager server.ID: 11436I am running Windows 7 as the client, connecting to a Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise Hyper-V VMM Server. The server is part of a CSV Cluster. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling VMM 2008 R2, and the same thing happens. After (usually) restarting the VMM Server (honestly have never tried to just restart the VMM services) the problem usually goes away.I haven't found anything that I could put my finger on to say that it is the cause.

    DB:3.56:The Virtual Machine Manager Could Not Validate User c3

    I have found a similar error whilst installing VMM R2 on a RDS Hyper V server.
    My problem occured due to the server name being too Long eg: AA-ABC-TESTVMRDS
    MS AD would not pick up the server name as AA-ABC-TESTVMRDS but only as AA-ABC-TESTVMRD
    Changed the VMM server name to something shorter reinstalled without a problem.

    If you are having a problem installing to a client, might be that the client name is too long (something to do with Netbios DNS names in a domain)

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.55

    DB:3.55:Cloning The Virtual Machine V2v Using Scvmm 2008 Fails da


    In our environment, we have dedicated Hyper-V server Windows 2008 ent x64 and dedicated MSCVMM 2008 on Windows server2008 entprise x64 operating environment. I experiencing couple of issues with hyper-v / mscvmm environment.
    1st IssueWhen i open VMM and select any virtual machine, I am getting error message stating that An Authentication Error has occured (code: 080090303) with Remote Computer : Hyper-V Host. I have performed couple of troubleshooting, this error is intermittant, 8 out of 10 times this error message appears. Remaining time, VMM displays the VM console. Based on my understanding this issue resides on Hyper-V server environment. I am not sure what is causing this issue.2nd Error MessageI have initiated cloning function (V2V) on the same Hyper-V environment using VMM. However, cloning process fails during fix differcing disk. I have found couple of others mentioned the same issue but i did not find any solution so for.The following are the detail error message. Error (2912)

    DB:3.55:Cloning The Virtual Machine V2v Using Scvmm 2008 Fails da

    P2V Troubleshooting - http://blogs.technet.com/jonjor/archive/tags/P2V/default.aspx
    Additionally, you can run VMMCA tool to validate the configuration for various components - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc764328.aspx(highly recommended)Some addiotional Technet resources - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc764339.aspxCarmen M. Summers (MSFT)
    --Posting is provided AS IS with no warranties, and confers no rights.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.55

    DB:3.55:Suggested Hyper-V Virtual Machine Migration Method 13


    Hi all, I have a domain-joined Hyper-v 2012 cluster in a datacenter and am administering it with VMM 2012 SP1. I also have a stand-alone2008 R2 hyper-v host in a remote office that's not in a domain running about 30 virtual machines.The remote
    hyper-v host is not administered by VMM. I need to migrate the 30 vms on the remote 2008 R2 hyper-v host to the domain-joined Hyper-v 2012 cluster. One methodfor doing this is to do a vmexport / transfer the files / import the vm. Cananyone
    recommend a better way tomigrate these 30 machines? Can VMM be used to do something like this reliably since the remote hv host is not in a domain? Is there a product out there that will do real time replication of vms between hyper-v hosts? I'm just
    looking for some ideas on how to best approach this. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.

    DB:3.55:Suggested Hyper-V Virtual Machine Migration Method 13

    You can use VMM to perform the operation, or you can do a copy of the VMs (don't have to be exported first) and then import them again with Hyper-V in Win 2012 or VMM 2012 SP1. This will save you some time from the export process.
    -knKristian (Virtualization and some coffee: http://kristiannese.blogspot.com )

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.55

    DB:3.55:Error (12700) While Creating A Vm fc


    Problem Description: Error (12700)VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the eadqb001msvm.nala.lmc.ericsson.se server because of the error: The operation failed.{hostname}' failed to delete configuration: Catastrophic failure (0x8000FFFF) (Virtual machine ID 40FE2F1F-4E84-4B1A-A07C-402D7C4D2473) (Unknown error (0x8000)) Recommended ActionResolve the issue in Hyper-V and then try the operation again.Operating System: Windows Server 2008Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US Canada)Problem Description: Error (12700)VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the {hyper-v server} server because of the error: The operation failed.'{hostname}' failed to delete configuration: Catastrophic failure (0x8000FFFF) (Virtual machine ID 40FE2F1F-4E84-4B1A-A07C-402D7C4D2473) (Unknown error (0x8000)) Recommended ActionResolve the issue in Hyper-V and then try the operation again.Operating System: Windows Server 2008Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US Canada)

    DB:3.55:Error (12700) While Creating A Vm fc

    Did this issue get resolved? If so, please share with community how you resolved. Otherwise, re-activate post if you still require assistance.Carmen M. Summers (MSFT)
    --Posting is provided AS IS with no warranties, and confers no rights.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.55

    DB:3.55:Unable To Change Owner cx


     
    I am getting the error below on two of my VM's that are located on a second Hyper-v Host. In VMM 2008 I can change the owner to either the administrator or the my pre-existing user role (steam dev) that all my other VM's use which was created prior to me adding my second Hyper-V server as a host. VMM 2008 currently runs on my first Hyper V server. I have tried re-creating the user role several times, rebooting each Hyper-V server with the same result below. I need to  change the owner of these two VM's to a group so can get the users up on the Self service portal.  I am still running VMM 2008 beta version: 2.0.3194.0.   Please Help
     
     
    Error (11430)
    The User Role provided is invalid because the specified Owner ( GENSURVEY\SP2007 Dev ) for this virtual machine is not a member of this user role.
    Recommended Action
    Add GENSURVEY\SP2007 Dev as a member of the user role and try again or provide a different user role or a different owner.

    DB:3.55:Unable To Change Owner cx

    Hi,
     
    I was thinking about this some more. Are you getting the error when trying to change it from the self service portal as a self service user or when trying to change it as an admin? Both should work as long as the new host is within the scope of the self service user role.
     
    Can you set it to the old self service user, login to the self service portal, select the vm and go to Properties. Then from the drop down see what items are listed under Owner and what value is currently set for the User Role.
     
    The User role should be set to the self service user role and the owner drop down should have the group as an option. Select it there and click OK.
     
    Let me know how it goes.
     
    Thanks,
    -James
     

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.54

    DB:3.54:Vmm 2012 Sp1 Update Rollup 3 Installation Question sz


    Hi all, I installed the update rollup 3 on our VMM server using Windows Update and it showed that it was going to install
    Virtual Machine Manager Administration Console Update (KB2858509) and
    Virtual Machine Manager Server Update (KB2858510). After the installation and a reboot, now i see thatall of my 2008R2 and 2012 hyper-v hosts show a Needs Attention status in VMM. Here's the question: Do i need to manually
    install Virtual Machine Manager Guest Agent Update (KB2858511)on each Hyper-v host now? Any feedback appreciated. Thanks.

    DB:3.54:Vmm 2012 Sp1 Update Rollup 3 Installation Question sz

    You know, i found that out the hard way early on during the set up of VMM about what you just stated. Actually, we created a second run-as account just for adding hosts to VMM. I tried this second run-as account and a domain admin account to try getting
    that new agent installed. It's always a permissions error. Can anyone tell me if any user besides the TrustedInstaller has Full Control to that vmms.exe file in c:\windows\system32 folder?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.54

    DB:3.54:Adding Hyper-V Virtual Machine As Hyper-V Host In Scvmm 2012 m9


    Hi,
    We are trying to achieve P2V migration using SCVMM 2012 SP1. We are able to add a virtual machine windows server 2012 as Hyper-V host in SCVMM 2012 SP1.
    When tried to do P2V conversion from VMM SP1 console, got an error on select host page like
    No network interface card could be identified that meets all requirements
    This because no VM Networks available in SCVMM for this hyper-V enabled virtual machine.
    Please let me know how we can create VM Networks in this case.
    Regards

    Kumaresan Lakshmanan

    DB:3.54:Adding Hyper-V Virtual Machine As Hyper-V Host In Scvmm 2012 m9

    If you don't require network for your machine, then simply don't connect it to anything during the process. For a guide on how to configure networking in VMM, see this guide:http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Hybrid-Cloud-with-NVGRE-aa6e1e9aKristian (Virtualization and some coffee: http://kristiannese.blogspot.com )

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.53

    DB:3.53:Cannot Connect To Virtual Machine (Hosted On Perimeter Host) -Certificate Error s9


    I have internal domain my-domain.local and VMM serveradded to this domain.
    I have lot of external Hyper-V servers in workgroup or in other untrusted domains and I want to manage them using VMM.
    So I use perimeter host stenario.
    I install agent to host manually.

    Choose how SCVMM will contact this host:
    - I have 2 choices Use local computer name and Use IP address.
    First will use host short name HYPER-V1, not hyper-v1.second-domain.local or some normal internet address.OK I can add this short
    name with host server public IP to my VMM server hosts file so VMM can resolve host name to IP.
    If I choose IP, then it will use any host NIC IP, but Host have only internal LAN IP-s (because hosts are protected by firewall and they use NAT).
    OK, I can add public IP to server NIC before installing agent and remove it after installing :-)
    Host firewall forwards ports 80 and 443 and 2179 from public IP to internal IP.
    So now I add host to VMM. It works - I can manage virtual servers.
    During installing agent to host server there are certificate
    created (host Computer, personal)
    Issued to: hyper-v1
    Issued by: hyper-v1
    OK. It works same certificate I can found in VMM server Trusted People container. And communication between VMM and Host works fine. Until
    I try to connect to virtual machine (console).
    Now real problem begins
    It will ask username and password and if I enter host administrator name and password. Then I will receive certificate error message.
    Error says that certificate hyper-v1.domain2.local is not trusted. And even if I solve this (copying certificates to VNN) then I receive new error
    that host name (Hyper-V1) does not match to certificate hyper-v1.domain2.local
    How can I set hostname to use long name or how can I set remote connection to use right certificate??

    Jako

    DB:3.53:Cannot Connect To Virtual Machine (Hosted On Perimeter Host) -Certificate Error s9

    try this
    http://fawzi.wordpress.com/2010/01/14/vmm-tricksmanage-certificate-to-connect-to-vms-in-the-perimeter/If this post is helpful, please mark it as such.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Vmm Logical Switch And Management Network. k1


    In my lab I have hyper-v host with two NICs. One card is configured with static IP address and used for the management traffic.
    In VMM I am trying to define logical switch that will team two or more NICs. Everything goes fine till the moment when I tried to apply the logical switch to the host. My host loses it network settings and connection to VMM. New teamed interface takes over
    the network communication. I tried to add New virtual network adapter together with the logical switch. I did not helped. Actually adapter never was created on the host.

    I can apply the switch to a single card or I can configure Hyper-V host individually to use teamed interface and virtual NICs for management.
    Is there anyway configurethe scenario about via VMM? All NICs on a hyper-vhost teamed.
    Thank you,
    Jamal.

    DB:3.51:Vmm Logical Switch And Management Network. k1

    Thank you for your response.
    I saw that articles and instructions there works fine. But that is manual configuration of individual host.

    As you can guess I am new to Hyper-V and SCM VMM scenario. So I am trying to see what is possible here and what is not.
    How I understand concept of logical switches in VMM it is like distributed switches in VMware vSphere. Purpose of it is to automated and unify hosts configuration and avoid touching them individually.

    So I guess I have to have at least one NIC dedicated for management traffic at each host if I want to use logical switches?
    I wander why TechNet does not say so explicitly?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Cant Remove Replication On A Vm After Asr Account Was Removed In Azure, Cant Disable Protection On The Vmm Cloud Either. 7d


    Hello,
    I was testing ASR with a trial account with VMM and Hyper-V. It worked great, but when the trial ended, and the ASR account was shut down, it left my VM in a critical replication state, and I am unable to remove theprotection
    from the VMM cloud, or the VM itself. Running the remove-VMReplication cmdlet only results in the error remove-vmreplication : Operation not allowed because the virtual machine servername is replicating to a provider other than
    Hyper-V
    Since the trial account is no more, I am left with a VM stuck trying to replicate. Is there a way to remove the ASR configuration from VMM and Hyper-V after the Azure account it was associated to goes away?

    DB:3.51:Cant Remove Replication On A Vm After Asr Account Was Removed In Azure, Cant Disable Protection On The Vmm Cloud Either. 7d

    Hello,
    Please follow the steps mentioned under
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dn788906.aspx to clean-up the replication.

    Regards, Anoob

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Lots Of Warning 1706 Logged On Vmm 2008 R2 Sp1 cp



    Hi,
    I have VMM 2008 R2 Sp1 server with 3 Hyper-V hosts connected. In VM Manager event log I have noticed lots of 1706 warnings logged recently:
    Job Id (Refresh virtual machine) failed to complete and
    Job Id (Refresh host) failed to complete

    Could anyone help me with this? How to troubleshoot this problem?

    DB:3.51:Lots Of Warning 1706 Logged On Vmm 2008 R2 Sp1 cp

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  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:2003 Vmm Admin Console Rdps To Physical Box And Not Lab Converted Server mc


    Hi All,I have a windows server 2003 box that has the VMM Administrator, a 2008 VMM server that it connects to, and a hyper-v perimiter server behind a firewall for our LAB.  When I attempt to use the 2003 Admin console to connect to a converted physical server that has been pushed into the lab, the VMM Admin launches an RDP session to the real physical server.I realize this is a bit confusing maybe this will help:===============================================2003       -  2008      -  Firewall  - 2008 Hyper-VVMM              VMM                                 Server1 (converted guest)Admin         ManagerConsoleServer1 (physical on               same network               as 2003 Admin               Console)===============================================So when I'm on the 2003 box and I have the VMM Admin Console up and connected to the 2008 VMM Manager box.  An initiated connect to virtual machine of Server1 in the lab will rdp to the Server1 (physical) and not into the LAB Server1 (converted guest).  The LAB is on a completely different network/subnet.If I do this from the VMM Manager 2008 server itself, it does connect to the converted guest as expected.We are using Hyper-V to duplicate our production environment into the lab for troubleshooting etc.   But this behaviour has me a little worried.  Accidentally connecting to the true/physical server and not the lab converted one could have some serious consequences.Has anyone else seen this behaviour?  Is this a bug, or a result of my naming the converted and physical servers both the same name  Server1?Any ideas would be helpful.Many Thanks,James

    DB:3.51:2003 Vmm Admin Console Rdps To Physical Box And Not Lab Converted Server mc

    HI JRH   If VMM admin console in 2003 2008 m/c are same for single VMM manager then there wont be any different in the functional until u have login  with same user name. Ur problem looks like u have different user account in 2003 2008 m/c for VMM admin console. Make sure the login account of 2003 have all access to VM operation. It will be better if u both the account are same.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Allocating Storage To Hyper V Hosts Using Vmm 2012 And Netapp Iscsi 7k


    Hi All,
    I am new to VMM and have been doing a lot of reading, I just want to make sure i have the right end of the stick before I start playing around with allocating storage to my hyper V hosts.
    VMM supports iSCSI through the use of SMI-S Agent acting as a broker. I want to utilise out NetApp to provide storage for my hyper V hosts. So I would add the SMI-S Agent machine to VMM. This would then provide me with the aggregates and volumes available
    on my NetApp controllers.
    In order to allocate this storage to my Hyper V hosts, my Hyper V hosts would need to be able to initiate an iSCSI session with my NetApp controllers. As a pre-requisite for this I would have needed to enable MPIO and the ensure that the iSCSI service is
    running. In order to create an iSCSI session I can select my Hyper V host from within the fabric workspace and create a session, thus connecting my hyper V directly to my NetApp Storage.
    Is that right? Or have I completely missed something?

    DB:3.51:Allocating Storage To Hyper V Hosts Using Vmm 2012 And Netapp Iscsi 7k

    Hi,

    I also have the same issue.My Infrastructure is as following :
    Windows 2012 R2 Hyper-V host1 with SCVMM 2012 SP1 is installed.
    NetApp storage (FAS3240) is shared among many teams.This storage is exposed through a Unix Box

    I have an iSCSI LUN created on NetApp like (Aggr0 -- Some Volume).Now I am not able to see this iSCSI storage capacity into SCVMM 2012 SP1 (with latest updates).
    We have tried to use NetApp SMI-S agent (this way we can see only Aggr and not the LUN created inside it).
    We are trying with iSCSI but without any luck. (MPIO,iSCSI initiator etc are running on SCVMM Host machine)
    Could some one please guide me how to connect iSCSI LUN to SCVMM and host hyper-V VMs on it
    Thanks,
    Kamal

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.51

    DB:3.51:Scvmm Agent Discovery Issues 1z


    HI All
    We are using SCVMM 2008 R2 and VMM server has SCOM 2007 R2 agent running on it.
    I downloaded VMM 2.0.3451.0 MP and since we are not using PRO tips, We only imported
    Microsoft.SystemCenter.VirtualMachineManager.2008 mp. and not any PRO mp.
    Agent has reviced configuration with event 1210 and in SCOM console it shows healthy
    But in views of SCVMM , We are unable
    to see VMM server, DB and other things. VMM is running on virtual machine.
    I cleared console cache. agentproxy was already enabled on hyper v server hosting VMM and VMM machine. Both agent looks healthy.

    ~Cheers, Rohit Kochher

    DB:3.51:Scvmm Agent Discovery Issues 1z

    Hi
    I found this thread
    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-NZ/operationsmanagermgmtpacks/thread/aa47f71e-f8d0-44d3-a155-e9cf260e19ecwhich states we cannot download latest MP for SCVMM 2008 R2 manually. It should be done with VMM integration with SCOM.
    And the MP i imported earlier seems to be for 2008 SCVMM only. and not R2
    Now if we do not want to integrate VMM with SCOM, how can we monitor SCVMM 2008R2??~Cheers, Rohit Kochher

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.50

    DB:3.50:Why Is Windows 8 On Hyper-V Asking For Activation xm


    I have a virtual machine with windows 8 running in Hyper-V,on my activated windows 8 laptop.
    Why is the hyper-v windows asking to be activated when the underlying OS is already activated.
    Different users on the same machine don't need to activate so why the virtual machine??

    DB:3.50:Why Is Windows 8 On Hyper-V Asking For Activation xm

    Well, it has always been this way and considering that the future revolves around virtualization, this is pretty much how most applications are licensed.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.50

    DB:3.50:Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 Inside Hyper-V Virtual Machine d9


    1) I have installed Hyper-V 2012 R2 Server inside a Hyper-V virtual machine using Hyper-V Manager
    2) The Server does not initialise
    3) I have Win 8.1 Pro x64 OS architecture with 8GB RAM in my laptop
    4) Creating other virtual machines with Hyper-V Manager is not a problem
    5) How to fix?

    Thanks

    DB:3.50:Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 Inside Hyper-V Virtual Machine d9

    Hi Nick,
    First of all ,please confirm that #4 “Creating other virtual machines with Hyper-V Manager is not a problem” ,does the virtual machine run successfully inside the virtual machine or just run on physical machine?
    I agree with BrianEh ,there is a method that you can install Hyper-V inside of a hyper-V ,but there is no possibility that the nested VMs will boot successfully. Because
    HYPERVISOR can only be installed and officially supported in production physical servers. Here is a link for reference:
    How to Install Hyper-V on a Virtual Machine in Hyper-V
    http://blogs.technet.com/b/gbanin/archive/2013/06/26/how-to-install-hyper-v-on-a-virtual-machine-in-hyper-v.aspx
    Best regards

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.50

    DB:3.50:Integrate Existing Hyper-V Server Role Into Vmm fz


    I have an existing Hyper-V Server Role on Windows Server 2012 and I want to integrate it into newly installed Virtual Machine Manager 2012. The VMM is install on a VM on that very Hyper-V and both are members of the same domain.
    Is it possible to do that and what configurations should I make?

    DB:3.50:Integrate Existing Hyper-V Server Role Into Vmm fz

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb963755.aspx
    Brian Ehlert
    http://ITProctology.blogspot.com
    Learn. Apply. Repeat.
    Disclaimer: Attempting change is of your own free will.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.49

    DB:3.49:Warning (13206 And 12700) - Virtual Machine Manager Cannot Locate The Boot Or System Volume On Virtual Machine pf


    Server 2008 R2 64bit Enterprise, Hyper-V Manager V 6.1.7600.16385I was happily creating VM's for BizTalk development when one day I decided to load SCVMM R2 Trial and Operations Manager (OM will be removed soon) to ease my pain in managing dev VM's.Now when I use Hyper-V Manager to create a new VM or SCVMM R2 I receive errors.Hyper-V Manager Error: Attempt to initialize VM saved state failedSCVMM R2 warnings:
    Warning (13206)Virtual Machine Manager cannot locate the boot or system volume on virtual machine BizTalkDEV_org. The resulting virtual machine might not start or operate properly. Warning (12700)VMM cannot complete the Hyper-V operation on the RQsBaseSrvr.trellisdev.com server because of the error: 'BizTalkDEV_org' could not initialize. (Virtual machine ID 58D93330-D662-44AF-BEA9-EBC4A064C9EB)
     
    'BizTalkDEV_org' could not create or access saved state file E:\VMM_VMs\BizTalkDEV_org\Virtual Machines\58D93330-D662-44AF-BEA9-EBC4A064C9EB\58D93330-D662-44AF-BEA9-EBC4A064C9EB.vsv. (Virtual machine ID 58D93330-D662-44AF-BEA9-EBC4A064C9EB) (Unknown error (0x8001))

    Recommended Action
    Resolve the issue in Hyper-V and then try the operation again.What did I break and how can I remedy it? Any thoughts from you experts would be appreciated. BTW - my old VM's, created prior to installing SCVMM will start and run normally.BTW - Love SCVMM! Sure makes managing VM a breeze. Now I enjoy Hyper-V even more than before... well at least once this small glitch is resolved... :-)Thanks for your input.Q!Richard D. Lucky Quatier

    DB:3.49:Warning (13206 And 12700) - Virtual Machine Manager Cannot Locate The Boot Or System Volume On Virtual Machine pf

    Thanks Laiys,I discovered the issue. Not sure yet why this is occurring but it seems that this happens when I use an external drive. I've changed the permission level but that has not solved the issue.Thanks for the info about starting up from CD or ISO. I put the ISO in the VMM Library. Great tip!Best,Q!Richard D. Lucky Quatier

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.49

    DB:3.49:Hyper V Error 12704 9k


    Hi Team,
    I'm retrieving the following error when trying to add Host server to SCVMM2012. As per he error details I want to verifythe
    Hyper-V services (vmms, nvspwmi, or vhdsv) and the Virtual Machine Manager Agent are installed and running on the host.
    Could you please provide the command to see the state of above mentioned services and VMM Agentinstallationstatus on a Core windows OS where we have enabled the hyper-v role.
    Since it is not having GUI, I am finding difficulty in checking these details.
    Please HELP!!!
    Thank You,
    Bijith

    DB:3.49:Hyper V Error 12704 9k


    You solved the issue?

    What procedure do?
    the CTP and not recommended for
    production
    version available not handle
    server 2012
    the summer is still in
    beta sp1

    what to do?

    Ranieri Queiroz

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.49

    DB:3.49:Error 12710 In Vmm 2008 R2 jc


    I get the following error in VMM 2008R2, when trying to migrate a turned off guest from Hyper-V 2008 to a server running Hyper-V2008R2:Error (12710)VMM does not have appropriate permissions to access the WSMan resources on the 2008R2server.  (Unknown error (0x80338105))
    Recommended Action1) Ensure that the WinRM service is running on host dalrsvm05.hiltonres.local.2) If the VMM service on your VMM server is configured to run by using the machine account, ensure that there is not a group policy that disallows adding machine accounts to a computer’s Administrators group. If there is, you can use one of the following workarounds:  - Disable the group policy in Active Directory  - Modify the group policy to allow the VMM machine account in the Administrators group  - Move the machine account to its own organizational unit (OU) and block the group policy from being applied  - Reinstall the VMM server and choose the option to run the VMM service by using a domain account, and re-add all your VM hostsNone of the Recommended actions work.  I have verified that the WinRM service is running.  The migration gets to 49% complete (right after the files are done copying to the target server).  The target Host server was just rebuilt with 2008R2.  The VMM server had VMM 2008 uninstalled, and 2008R2 installed.  It doesn't matter what guest machine is migrated, the same error occurs.In the event logs, I get the following 11437 error:  The Virtual Machine Manager server could not copy a required Hyper-V authorization file to target ServerAny help would be appreciated.HRCC IT

    DB:3.49:Error 12710 In Vmm 2008 R2 jc

    Yes.  VMMCA reports no issues found.Rick Sloane

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Migration From Vmware To Hyper V 83


    We are planning to migrate our virtual machines from ESX 3.5 and Virtual Centre 2.5 to Hyper v V3on Hyper2012 r2. The team brought in to complete this task was planning to use VMM 2012 SP1 and VMM 2012. VMM 2012 was to be the staging area to
    bring the VMDKs to VHD and thenimport again into VMM 2012 SP1 as VHDx. I have been advised that neither support Virtual Centre 2.5 and need a solution. I have looked into it and have identified that the VMM 2008 SP1 supports Virtual Centre 2.5.

    Can I replace the 2012 VMM machine with a VMM 2008 SP1 machine and continue as planned?

    Please advise

    DB:3.48:Migration From Vmware To Hyper V 83

    You could use VMM 2008 SP1, but that would also require a Hyper-V host (2008/2008 R2) that can be managed by that VMM version.
    -knKristian (Virtualization and some coffee: http://kristiannese.blogspot.com )

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Vmm 2008 Doesnt Recognize Hyper-V Installed On Same Machine xx


    Hello, I've installed Server 2008 x64 Std., AD DS, Hyper-V, and SCVMM 2008 (Server and Admin Console) on the same machine.  Everything appeared to be OK.I created a test 2K3 VM in Hyper-V manger and all ran well.I then installed SCVMM 2008 and used the Add Host option to add the local machine.  VMM gave no errors and the jobs ran to 100%.  I then looked for the Virtual Machines, expecting to see my 2K3 test server created earlier, but it wasn't there.  SCVMM thinks my machine is running Virtual Server 2005, and NOT Hyper-V.The Windows Firewall is disabled.  My Domain name is contoso.corp.  Internet access seems to work just fine.  I can ping the name and IP of the local machine.How can I get SCVMM to recognize Hyper-V and allow me to manage the existing Virtual Machine?Thanks in advance.

    DB:3.48:Vmm 2008 Doesnt Recognize Hyper-V Installed On Same Machine xx

    I've found my problem.  I'm embarrassed to admit it, but I was using SCVMM 2007, and NOT SCVMM 2008.  Once I upgraded, the pre-existing VM was detected, the server was discovered as Hyper-V host, and everything worked as I expected.Thanks

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.47

    DB:3.47:Supported To Virtualize Vmm? 8x


    Hi there,I wanted to know, although I am sure it is not recommended, if it is possible and/or supported to install VMM in a virtual machine in a Hyper-V installation and then administer the same Hyper-V host in VMM?The problem, as always, is one of limited hardware.Thanks in advance :)

    DB:3.47:Supported To Virtualize Vmm? 8x

     Planning for a Highly Available VMM Server

    Running the VMM server inside a highly available virtual machine is supported. Use the Cluster Configuration Management snap-in in Windows Server 2008 to create a failover cluster. Then manage the HAVM in which the VMM server is running in Hyper-V. To avoid accidentally deleting the virtual machine that contains the VMM server, if you run the VMM server in a virtual machine, it is recommended you not use VMM to manage that virtual machine.Source http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc764243.aspx
     
    Hope that answer your question

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.47

    DB:3.47:Virtual Machine Showing As No Associated With Vmm ds


    I am running SCVMM 2012 SP1 and Hyper-V on Windows Server 2012 as well.
    I have a two-node cluster of Hyper-V nodes and just a handful of VMs.
    I noticed that the VMs created through VMM are reporting as managed by VMM; however, the VMs created before VMM are reporting as not managed by VMM.
    And when trying to run some commands from PowerShell I am getting this error message: Machine VM_Name is not associated with this VMM management server. (Error ID: 422).
    I have been searching for a clue on how to correct this but I only have found information on how correct it for either a hypervisor or a VM that does not exists.
    The solution that I seen indicates to modifya parameter in one of the VMM database tables but the end result I believe is to destroy the VMM entry. In my case I do not want to destroy the VM but I want to associate the VM with VMM so can manage
    it.
    Is there a way to do this?
    Thanks.

    DB:3.47:Virtual Machine Showing As No Associated With Vmm ds

    I am running SCVMM 2012 SP1 and Hyper-V on Windows Server 2012 as well.
    I have a two-node cluster of Hyper-V nodes and just a handful of VMs.
    I noticed that the VMs created through VMM are reporting as managed by VMM; however, the VMs created before VMM are reporting as not managed by VMM.
    And when trying to run some commands from PowerShell I am getting this error message: Machine VM_Name is not associated with this VMM management server. (Error ID: 422).
    I have been searching for a clue on how to correct this but I only have found information on how correct it for either a hypervisor or a VM that does not exists.
    The solution that I seen indicates to modifya parameter in one of the VMM database tables but the end result I believe is to destroy the VMM entry. In my case I do not want to destroy the VM but I want to associate the VM with VMM so can manage
    it.
    Is there a way to do this?
    Thanks.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.47

    DB:3.47:Convert Vmware Virtual Machines To Hyper-V zs


    Dear All
    We have Hyper-v Hosts installed and SCVMM 2008 R2 to manage them,our case is when wetry to convert a virtual machine from vmware to hyper-v formatwe copied the vmware virtual machine to the vmm library folder and the vmm manager recognize it
    but the converted virtul machine on hyper-v manager appears without its Hard disks,so i have to convert each hard disk alone and attache it to the virtual machine again
    Any Ideas ?

    DB:3.47:Convert Vmware Virtual Machines To Hyper-V zs

    When you copy the VM to the VMM Library what exactly are you copying?
    Are you using an exported OVF appliance?
    Or are you using something like WinSCP to copy the VM (vmx VMDKs) to the SCVMM library?
    Also, if you are converting, why not just let SCVMM manage the vmware environment long enough for hte conversion?
    Brian Ehlert (hopefully you have found this useful) http://ITProctology.blogspot.com
    Learn. Apply. Repeat.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.47

    DB:3.47:Can Sce Vmm Manage A Remote Hyper-V Server? cx


    Hi,
    I have SCE 2010 installed on my SQL box and manage all my client etc from here. My Hyper-V server is on another box due to spave and hardware/performance. I would like to bring up the Virtual Machine Manager portion of my SCE 2010 .. but my question
    is this ... I have to install this on the SCE server. Will I be able to manage my remote Hyper-V server? And if so .. how?

    Many thanks for your help

    Stu

    DB:3.47:Can Sce Vmm Manage A Remote Hyper-V Server? cx

    May thanks Yog! This got me exactly where I needed to be.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Hyper-V Virtual Machine Management Service sa


    Hello all,I am trying to remotely connect to my hyper-v server with the hyper v controls in MS Vista SP1. I attempt to connect to my server by IP or Computer Name and it goes for a moment or two and then comes back saying that I should check to make sure that Virtual Machine Management service is running.Come to find out that the service is not running, nor can I find it in my service manager browser. I am at a loss here. How can I get VMM going if it is no where to be found?I found this thread that told me to uninstall Hyper-V and reinstall. Is that really what I should do or is there another way around it?If I must uninstall Hyper-V then how would I go about uninstalling the hyper-v role on my Vista SP1 machine and then reinstall it?Any aid is very much appreciated.- JB

    DB:3.46:Hyper-V Virtual Machine Management Service sa

    Hi JBeaulieu,This forum is relating to System Center Virtual Machine Manager, which is a Virtualization Management solution which can manage Hyper-V.  It sounds to my like you are trying to remotely manage a Hyper-V Machine from a Vista machine, using the Hyper-V Management Console.The dead links in Ben's blog used to be active and I am not sure what happened there, however here is a good link - that link is for the tools and it sounds like you already have those.  However it could be that your traffic is being blocked by the firewall (either on the Vista or 2008 box)...  I suspect that once you open up the appropriate rules you will be able to manage it.  If this doesn't resolve it then you should refer to the Hyper-V forum for Hyper-V specific question, that forum can be found here.-mattIf this post is helpful, please mark it as such.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:3 Host Hyper-V With Vmm 8a


    I plan on replacing my vmware vCenter installation with Hyper-V. I plan on buying a host, migrate VM(s) to it, free up another host, add it to the cluster, etc.
    I will have 3 host with approximately 25 VM(s). My question is where to put VMM. Can someone point me to documentation on a standard 3 host configuration with a highly available VMM? I have a couple physical machines I can put it on as well.
    In vCenter I ran a virtual vCenter with SQL express. I understand SQL Express is no longer an option with 2012 SCVMM, but is anyone running a virtual VMM with a single VM for both VMM and SQL?

    DB:3.46:3 Host Hyper-V With Vmm 8a

    The Systems Center 2012 licensing FAQ document can be found here:
    http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/7/0/870B5D9B-ACF1-4192-BD0A-543AF551B7AE/System%20Center%202012%20Licensing%20FAQ.pdf
    On page 5 you will see that you are entitled to use SQL Standard. SQL Standard does include clustering also.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Lots Of Warning 1706 Logged On Vmm 2008 R2 Sp1 7x


    Hi,
    I have VMM 2008 R2 Sp1 server with 3 Hyper-V hosts connected. In VM Manager event log I have noticed lots of 1706 warnings:
    Job Id (Refresh virtual machine) failed to complete.

    Is it anything dangerous for my servers? Should I troubleshoot it?

    DB:3.46:Lots Of Warning 1706 Logged On Vmm 2008 R2 Sp1 7x

    There are also Job Id (Refresh host) failed to complete 1706 warnings logged. Could anyone help me with this? How to troubleshoot this problem?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Newbie To Vmm 8m


    Hi all,
    I'm new to VMM, and I think my understanding may be wrong...
    Initially, I thought VMM is just another machine that can manage hyperv machine hosts. But when I look at the requirements, it require hardware assisted virtualisation support. May I ask why? Is VMM something that superseed hyperv, in the sense that it not only can manage other hyper-v host, but can also host virtual machines itself?

    DB:3.46:Newbie To Vmm 8m

    Virtualazation technology must be enabled on bios for the machine that hosts the server envir. because on a vm insfrastructure you need the cpus to be balanced among the systems your running and also the memory. The management of the system resources as hardware is dynamically and therefore cpu and memory are dynamically assigned to the vms. It's not only ''unbind from physical'' but also ''allocate dynamically''.
    To host vms on vmm? I don't think so...
     
    Konstantinos Stamboulidis

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Scvmm 2012 Sp1 Console Hangs, Returns Error 1602 sd


    Periodically, I'm unable tolaunch the SCVMM 2012 Console.Thelogonhangs for a few minutes (the actual splash screen never pops up), and then finally states that it cannot connect to the VMM host. The error ID provided is 1602.

    Furthermore, any DPM 2012virtual machinebackup jobs fail. All this is fixed by rebooting the VMM server or restarting the System Center Virtual Machine Manager service. Then, I am able to bring up the console and my backup
    jobs return to normal.Thisrepeats itselfaround once every 7 - 10 days.
    The odd part is that there is no indication in the event logs of any problems. In fact, it appears VMM continues running other jobs. The service never stops or indicates any problems whatsoever. I've searched extensively on the web for answers, but didn't
    find anything relevant. Almost everyone had problems with the VMM service. This isn't the case for me.

    I have SCVMM 2012 SP1 and SQL 2012 SP1 on the same machine, named SEA-HV-VMM. This is a Hyper-V virtual machine and dynamic memory is disabled. It is runningon a two-node cluster.All recent updates are installed. This is actually my second attempt
    at VMM; the first one was on a physical server and had the exact same problem, so I threw it away and tried again.I suppose I could simply schedule a reboot every night, but I would rather solve the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    DB:3.46:Scvmm 2012 Sp1 Console Hangs, Returns Error 1602 sd

    I'm still having this problem. I was thinking it might be an antivirus issue, so I excluded all VMM directories and processes. Fifteen days later, the same problem resurfaces.
    Running netstat -a -b reveals hundreds of connections to the DPM server. Is this normal?
    Edit: after restarting the DPM-VMM Helper Service on the DPM server, I was able to connect to the VMM console. So DPM is definitely the cause of the problem.

    TCP 0.0.0.0:8100 SEA-HV-VMM:0 LISTENING
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  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Hyper-V Host Backup Approach While Being Managed By Scvmm 2012 Sp1 31


    Hello,
    Running 3-node 2012 Hyper-V cluster One Hyper-V 2008 Standalone 40 virtual machine SCVMM 2012 SP1 (Including vmm database , vmm library apart this no other System center components being used)
    Looking for advise on best practice to be followed for Hyper-V host backups? (how does it may differ from ESX hosts backup/restore)
    As of now we are following traditional approach for Hyper-V hosts (System state file level backup ) for SCVMM(virtual) - Image level backups , do we see an opportunity to improve here ?
    Thanks

    DB:3.46:Hyper-V Host Backup Approach While Being Managed By Scvmm 2012 Sp1 31

    Hello,
    Running 3-node 2012 Hyper-V cluster One Hyper-V 2008 Standalone 40 virtual machine SCVMM 2012 SP1 (Including vmm database , vmm library apart this no other System center components being used)
    Looking for advise on best practice to be followed for Hyper-V host backups? (how does it may differ from ESX hosts backup/restore)
    As of now we are following traditional approach for Hyper-V hosts (System state file level backup ) for SCVMM(virtual) - Image level backups , do we see an opportunity to improve here ?
    Thanks

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.45

    DB:3.45:Remote Console Not Connefcting Vmm 2008 c3


    when looking at the virtual machines in VMM 2008 RTM, I can not see the remote console at all. All I get is Virtual Machine Manager lost the connection to the virtual machine.
    Did not have this in beta so I do not know what is going on. This is a new VMM server connected to new hyper-v clustered server.
     
    Need to get this one solved.

    DB:3.45:Remote Console Not Connefcting Vmm 2008 c3

    Hi,Are you connecting to VMs using the SCVMM administrative console or through the self service portal? If you are attempting to connect through the self service portal, one issue with Beta-RTM was that the activeX for hyper-v and remote desktop connections did not auto upgrade from beta to rtm. To resolve this, you need to close all IE windows, uninstall the old activeX and then open internet explorer and attempt to connect to a vm in the portal. This will install the RTM version of the activeX. You can uninstall the beta activeX by going to add/remove programs and removing Virtual Machine Manager Self-Service Client.If you are attempting to connect through the administrative console, my first question would be what OS are you running the administrative console on? Is it the same as it was in beta? One possible cause of this error is that you are getting an access denied when trying to connect to the VM and that could be because CredSSp is not enabled on your client. If you can tell me what operating system you are running on and what Service Pack level is installed that would help.Does this error happen for all the Vms? As a test, try stopping and then starting one of the Vms and see if that allows you to connect.Also, one more piece of useful information to help me troubleshoot this - can you connect to the Vms when you use the Hyper-V MMc management snapin directly?If you can answer those I will try and help you get this solved.-James

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.45

    DB:3.45:Can We Run Ad On Hyper-V In A Production Environment. p9


    Hi, I want to run my Active directory in Hyper-v its like this. I have 2 hyper-V servers dual xion 5510 processor, 12 GB Memory, in each Hyper-v machine. I want to run DC on one virtual machine and ADC on the other virtual machine. is it recomended to run DC in Hyper-v for production. VVainoj

    DB:3.45:Can We Run Ad On Hyper-V In A Production Environment. p9

    Hello,Most of the client's we've worked with have gone toward virtualized domain controllers with (as you mentioned), one physical domain controller.  In these implementations we've needed to ensure training on items like not using snapshots, disabling the time interaction with the host system, and backups.  We've found very good results in these implementations, provided that we scale the GCs the same way we would scale them in a physical scenario.Nathan Lasnoskihttp://nathanlasnoski.spaces.live.com

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.45

    DB:3.45:P2v The Physical Vmm Server? ak


    My VMM installation is on a physical server. Since I need to use VMM to P2V anything in my Hyper-V environment, is it not possible to P2V this server?
    Is it possible to create a new VMM server (virtual) to take the role of managing my 2008 R2 cluster from the physical VMM server?
    Thanks

    DB:3.45:P2v The Physical Vmm Server? ak

    You must install new temporary VMM for P2V or use disk2vhd.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.44

    DB:3.44:Unsupported Cluster Configuration - Error (13924) mc


    I've just installed a bran new VMM 2012 SP1 Server. This is my first VMM Server, and therefore, I have very limited knowledge and experience with it. I've added my existing Hyper-V Cluster to VMM. My Hyper-V Cluster is a 4 node cluster
    running Windows Server 2012. My VMs are stored on a Scale-out File Server Cluster using SMB 3.0, on Windows Server 2012 (\\SOFS\Share).
    I've also added the SMB share to my VMM's cluster properties.
    The majority of my VMs have a status or Running. However, if I do a Refresh on a VM, the status will change to Unsupported Cluster Configuration Then, if I view the Status of the VM, I see the following error
    message:
    Error (13924)
    The highly available virtual machine (VMNAME) is not supported by VMM because the virtual machine uses non-clustered storage.
    Recommended Action
    Ensure that all of the files and pass-through disks belonging to the virtual machine reside on highly available storage.
    Once the VM is in this state, I can no longer do any Migrations from VMM. I can still do Live Migrations from the Failover Cluster Manager console, but not from VMM. Does anyone have any suggestions?

    DB:3.44:Unsupported Cluster Configuration - Error (13924) mc

    So after having all my storage showing green in VMM, I went to fail over cluster manager and migrated the vms to a different node. After moving, they are Green andStatus Running in VMM! Just whenI think its solved,I refresh
    the VM,Itgoes right back to Unsupported cluster configuration