Running antivirus on Hyper-V is a hot topic… almost as hot as asking sysadmins which antivirus vendor they prefer. Whether you’re in the “don’t install” or “must install” camp, make sure you’re making an informed decision and, should you install to install antivirus software on your Hyper-V servers, you have it configured correctly.
When you’re using Hyper-V, you always want your Virtual Machine to have the latest version of the Integration Components installed. After upgrading my lab cluster to Windows Server 2012 R2, I needed to check all of my VM’s to see that they had the latest version of the Integration Components installed. First, I started with […]
In this series for 4sysops, I detail how you can use Client Hyper-V with Windows XP RemoteApps in Windows 8 to replace XP Mode from Windows 7. Part 1: Hyper-V – In this part, I show how to create your virtual machine and get Windows XP up and running. Part 2: Windows XP – In […]