Chapter 13. Managing a Hyper-V Environment with Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2

For the most part, there has always been something lacking with Microsoft virtualization technologies when it came to management and automation. For example, out of the box, Virtual Server was pretty much a standalone product that didn’t have any connections with a Microsoft-based management solution. Although somewhat better—thanks to PowerShell—Hyper-V also suffers from the same out-of-the-box limitations as Virtual Server did. Although the underlying virtualization technologies might ...

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