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Contents
About this guide
Overview of Hyper-V
What does Hyper-V do?
Who will be interested in this role?
What are the key features of Hyper-V?
Before You Install Hyper-V
Hardware Considerations
Hardware requirements
Memory
Processors
Networking
Storage
Other hardware components
About Virtual Machines and Guest Operating Systems
Running multiple virtual machines
Supported guest operating systems
Integration services
Additional considerations
Planning for Hyper-V Security
Hyper-V security best practices
Additional resources
Using Authorization Manager for Hyper-V Security
Configure Hyper-V for Role-based Access Control
Configuring role-based access control
Planning for Backup
Understanding backup options and considerations
Storage considerations
Understanding online and offline backups
Understanding the restore process
Considerations about clustered virtual machines
Installing Hyper-V
About the Hyper-V update packages
Hyper-V role package
Hyper-V Remote management tools packages
Hyper-V Language Pack for Windows Server 2008
Install the Hyper-V Role on a Server Core Installation of Windows Server 2008
Additional references
Install the Hyper-V Role on a Full Installation of Windows Server 2008
Install and Configure Hyper-V Tools for Remote Administration
Installing the management tools
To install the management tools
Configuring the management tools
Configuring the server running Hyper-V
Configuring Windows Vista SP1
To configure Windows Vista SP1
Configuring Virtual Networks
Virtual network types
Virtual networking basics
Networking and virtual machines
Configuring virtual local area networks (VLANs)
Implementing Disks and Storage
Determining your storage options on the management operating system
Determining your storage options on virtual machines
How to create virtual hard disks
How to configure physical disks that are directly attached to a virtual machine
Appendix A: Example Authorization Manager Tasks and Operations
Example tasks and operations
Add external network to server
Add internal network to server
Add private network
Apply a snapshot
Attach internal network adapter to virtual machine
Connect to a virtual machine
Create a virtual floppy disk or virtual hard disk
Create a virtual machine
•Create Virtual Machine
Delete a private network
Delete a snapshot
Delete a virtual machine
•Delete Virtual Machine
Export virtual machine
Import virtual machine
Modify virtual machine settings (reconfigure a virtual machine)
Pass CTRL + ALT + DELETE (send control signals to a virtual machine)
Pause a virtual machine
Remove external network from server
Remove internal network adapter from a virtual machine
Remove internal network from server
Remove private network from server
Rename a snapshot
Rename a virtual machine
Resume a virtual machine
Save a virtual machine and start a virtual machine
•Start Virtual Machine
Start a virtual machine
Turn off a virtual machine
View Hyper-V server settings
View network management
View virtual machines
Appendix B: Authorization Manager Terminology
Terminology
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