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News 0 Comments Leave a Reply. Thanks, John. Giorgio Reply John Howard -MSFT says: January 13, 2017 at 1:43 pm Julian - it depends. It's a curious problem, but time to investigate eludes me……. his comment is here

You have to manage from the same network. But when i go to control panel/system it still shows me "2 days left". Cheers, John. It can configure Full installations and Server Core Installations of Windows Server 2008 with the Hyper-V role enabled, plusconfigure Microsoft Hyper-V Server. see this

Also, the laptop will never be a part of the same domain that is hosted on the Hyper-V Server as the laptop belongs to our techs and the Hyper-V Server and Really strange!!!! #8 SumitB, Sep 21, 2009 logistopath Molar Police Super Mod Joined: May 25, 2007 Messages: 3,318 Likes Received: 775 I found out this after reading your post. HelpHere is the lowdown. -I have 2 laptops with Windows 7 Ultimate on them. -One is 32bit, the other is 64bit. -I have one desktop that is 64bit. Instead of /add for user, use /remove.

Thanks, John. or send them direct to you via mail? I opened cmd and typed .......slmgr /dlv One line caught my attention : Remaining Windows rearm count : 1 What does that mean ? I figure by creating an identical user account on the NAS devices to the one which the Hyper-V service(s) run as, this should provide an nice solution to my problem.

Hope this helps for other readers. Thanks, John. Windows 7 to 2012 should connect if appropriate configured, although it's not officially supported - full functionality can only be obtained when you're using matching client and server as the downlevel You could also validate using wbemtest to connect from the client to the server's \serverrootcimv2 and \serverrootvirtualization namespaces using the credentials of the local account you created on the server.

It is not a hack, it is a system put in place by Microsoft to give you more time to evaluate it. 1. Unfortunately, I can't being assigning rights to the account using security policy until I can somehow gain access to it. This is a tremedous tool~ it seems to address all the "overlooked/missing" functionality in the Core/HyperV scenario. Verify that the IP address each is pinging matches the output of ipconfig on the other box.

Add Local User: Hyper-V 4. http://funsgood.in/post/9510791_0/Remaining-Windows-rearm-count-1.html Failed: The Computer ‘TechLaptop' failed to perform the requested operation. I did have DCOM errors on the client, but that was corrected by running hvremote mmc. The SID in the ACE can't be resolved as the original domain is unavailable and GetSecurityDescriptor fails).

Really strange!!!!Click to expand... http://skdcom.com/windows-7/windows-7-build-7601-this-copy-of-windows-is-not-genuine.html if so, do I post them to this forum? With the tool, should be pretty easy to diagnose 🙂 Thansk, John. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...

Any changes made by this tool made to their store would (as I understand it, but I'm not on the SCVMM team) be overridden regardless by their agent (or a combination You are then prompted for the password of userID. 5. Thanks, John. weblink However, I'm 99.8% sure that you will not be able to get ISOs on a network share to work in a workgroup setting, and to the best of my knowledge, there

Just create an album and upload your pics. Happy Holidays, -Eric Reply John Howard -MSFT says: January 13, 2017 at 1:43 pm Jay - this isn't an error I've seen before. If you download Windows 7 in October for the 30-day trial run, you can then input a simple command [em]slmgr -rearm[/em] which will then add an additional 30 days to your

I am not talking about any hack or anything.

your orginal post helped me a great deal connecting to a server core install I'd setup earlier in the year from a WS2008 laptop… remote mgmt worked a treat until I However, I've noticed that the system / OS array gets hammered, and impacts the VM system performance. Hope these additional comments are useful. You should be able to launch Hyper-V Manager directly from administrative tools.

Reply John Howard -MSFT says: January 13, 2017 at 1:43 pm Zoltan - what are you getting access denied to? From an elevated prompt: - hvremote /mmc:enable (plus /mode:client as above) - hvremote /anondcom:grant (plus /mode:client) --note anondcom:grant is required as server is workgroup - cmdkey /add:servername /user:servernameserveraccount /pass That Assuming the password is set (as opposed to blank), I would need the output of hvremote /show /target:othercomputername from both machines to validate the configuration. check over here Thanks, John.

Reply John Howard -MSFT says: January 13, 2017 at 1:43 pm @Christopher - unfortunately, it's not quite that simple…. (as you can probably imagine!), but thanks for the feedback.