Category: Hyper-V

Export and Import Hyper-V 3.0 Virtual Machines Using PowerShell

When you run a server operating system in your laptop, there’s a ton of stuff that you need to consider. Today, I spent almost the entire day trying to make sure that all of the drivers work on my DELL┬áLatitude E6520. And since I run the Hyper-V role on my Windows Server 2012 machine, the […]

Query Hyper-V Virtual machines using Windows PowerShell

Being a lazy administrator as I am, I try to minimize the amount of mouse-clicks I need to make to retrieve information about something on a Windows platform. As I have been using Microsoft Hyper-V on a bunch of my test machines, I always check if a VM is up and running before I power […]

Enabling wireless on Windows Server 2008 – and eventually allowing Hyper-V guests to use it

A lot of you may probably ask why the need to enable wireless on a server operating system. Well, if you’re like me who runs a server operating system on a laptop for testing purposes, there’s a thousand and one reason why you would like to have it enabled. Now, since my Windows XP work-machine […]