By | August 23, 2017

In this post we will Create and Configure in Hyper-v :

I am going to share my personal hands-on experience in this blog. First of all, We need to use the Hyper-V manager to connect to our Hyper-V host. Go to Start and search Hyper-v Manager to open. You will see below screen. We will start by right-clicking our Hyper-V host and selecting New > Virtual Machine to create a new VM.
Note:-The Hyper-V manager is included in the Remote Server Administration Tools for client operating systems such as Windows 10, you may install it if need.

Now it starts with New VM Wizard as showing below, Click on Next button.
Once we click on Next button in New VM wizard, we will see below screenNow select a name for new VM and Location for VM and Click on Next.
In the Next step after click on next, we have to select Generation of the VM-
In the next configuration part is where we will Assign Memory.
The memory management in Hyper-V can utilize what is called dynamic memory. Hence, on this screen, you see the Use Dynamic Memory for this VM checkbox that can be selected. 
Hyper-V dynamic memory management, when selected, cooperates with the VM guest operating system in managing guest operating system memory. Using its hot-add feature, Hyper-V grows the guest operating system memory as memory pressure builds within the guest. Dynamic memory helps to dynamically and automatically divide RAM between running VMs and provide a VM with more or less memory in response to changes in the resource demand of running VMs. This helps to provide more efficient use of memory resources on a Hyper-V host and greater VM density on a given host as well.
The next step in VM configuration is Configuring Networking.
In the Next step, we will configure the hard disk that is assigned to the VM. We have three options that we can select – Create a virtual hard disk, Use an existing virtual hard disk, and finally Attach a virtual hard disk later.
In the Next Option, we have the Installation Options which is basically the configuration of how we plan on installing the guest operating system in our VM. Mostly we will install the guest in that way. However, we have the option to Install an operating system.
Last, we have reached the summary of the configuration choices. Once we click Finish our VM is created with the options we chose.
Once we complete the configuration of our VM and it is created, we can power on the VM and then connect to it to view the console. To power on the VM, we can right-click it and select Start. After connecting to the console, we should now be able to boot our VM and install the operating system as normal through the operating system installation prompts.
Finally, VM has been created and installation has been started as showing below.
You may visit us on YouTube Channel to see the hands-on video of VM
Creation in Hyper-v, Click here ➤

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