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Getting Started with Windows VDI by Andrew Fryer

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Configuring Hyper-V

Before we can use Hyper-V to create VMs, we need to perform some initial configuring to provide the resources that our VMs will need, such as CPU, graphics, storage, and networking. This is done through the Hyper-V Settings option in Hyper-V Manager, the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that we've just installed, as shown in the following screenshot:

Configuring Hyper-V

The first two options are how we set the default locations for VMs and their VHDXs. Notice that, by default, new VMs and their associated disks get stored on C:, which is probably the last place we want them, especially if we have just configured Boot to VHD, as the VHDXs ...

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