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Hyper-V – Child is trapped in “Starting”

Once, once in a Blue moon you’ll run into a situation where the Hyper-V Child is “starting” and shows a stuck status of 0%.   You can’t stop it.  You can’t access it. You’re stuck! No.  No you’re not.  It’s an easy fix.  Just kill the VMWP.EXE associated with the Child.   But how do you tell? […]

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Hyper-V – Child is trapped in “Starting”

Once, once in a Blue moon you’ll run into a situation where the Hyper-V Child is “starting” and shows a stuck status of 0%.   You can’t stop it.  You can’t access it. You’re stuck! No.  No you’re not.  It’s an easy fix.  Just kill the VMWP.EXE associated with the Child.   But how do you tell? […]

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PowerCORE – Server 2008R2 and Powershell Unleashed Part 4

So we now have a Server 2008R2 core box, Powershell enabled that can easily Add/Remote Roles and Features.  Let’s make this a useful box. One of the simpler roles you’ll typically run is the File Server so you can share files.   Using the Powershell module “ServerManager” makes adding or removing these changes very easy.   Just […]

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