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Troubleshooting a SCVMM 2012 transport error

Last week, I had someone reach out to me asking for help with a new SCVMM 2012 server. It was a new installation and for the most part it worked well for them during the past month. However, recently they started seeing the error below, which prevent them access to the Virtual Machine Manager: At […]

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HOW TO: Replace or Migrate Your Quorum Drive in Windows 2008 Cluster

Have you been in a position where you had to retire an external storage device like a SAN or DAS but you had your Quorum drive resource on it? Well, this post will walk you through the steps needed to swap out your drive. I was pleasantly surprised to see how much easier it is to […]

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HOW To FIX: Shadow (a.k.a. “ghosted”) NIC’s in Hyper-V or SCVMM 2008R2

In my last post, I talked about recovering from a failed Storage Migration (QSM) in SCVMM. After you attach the old VHD file, you may find that you are not able to add the NIC settings back, like the IP address because there is a hidden NIC that is in the system but does not […]

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HOW TO FIX: Hyper-V or SCVMM 2008R2 Failed Storage Migration (QSM)

Happy Easter everyone! 🙂 Earlier this week, I was moving VM’s from one shared storage device to another. I had an old HP StorageWorks SAN device that was failing on me and was out of warranty, so I needed to migrate my VM storage to a new EMC device. I ran into some issues and it kind […]

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