Create a Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 (WS2016) Hyper-V virtual switch that uses network address translation (NAT), enabling virtual machines to be isolated behind a single shared IP address on the host.
Get an explanation of methods you can use to configure the IPv4 address configuration of a Hyper-V virtual machine that is connected to a NAT virtual switch on Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 (WS2016).
Aidan Finn walks you through how to use a new feature in Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V called Key Storage Drive, which gives you the ability to encrypt your virtual machines’ disks.
Find out how to deploy the Azure Server Management Tools solution so that you can manage your on-premises Windows Server 2016 (WS2016) Hyper-V hosts securely from anywhere, and from pre-Windows 10 PCs, Macs, and non-Windows tablets.
Learn how to enable and configure BitLocker to provide at rest encryption inside of a Generation 1 virtual machine using Key Storage Drive on Windows Server 2016 (WS2016) Hyper-V hosts.
Discover how to (remotely and securely) manage your on-premises Hyper- V hosts, including Nano Server, from Azure’s (remote) server management tools on Windows 7, Macs, and even non-Windows tablets.
Aidan Finn explains how Microsoft changed the process for upgrading the Hyper-V integration components in a Windows guest OS virtual machine.
Check out the new file types, their functions, and locations, which you’ll find in a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V VM.
The end of the year is fast approaching and it’s time to review my 2016 predictions and make my predictions for 2017.
A malicious user could break out of a container if they uncover a design fault in the implementation of containers or an unpatched OS vulnerability. However, Windows Server addresses these security challenges by providing the option to place containers into Hyper-V partitions
Learn why containers are more efficient than virtual machines, and the benefits of using Docker images with containers.
Get a walkthrough of how to build a test/demo/evaluation lab for Windows Serve 2016, including Hyper-V and failover clustering, on a single machine (including a laptop).
Microsoft announced that Azure Stack (MAS) would be released in mid-2017 via a set of hardware partners on highly tested and certified systems, naming HPE, Dell, and Lenovo. This means that Microsoft’s new private cloud solution will only be available via a few partners, on very specific hardware sets. Is this a good or a […]