Monthly Archive: December 2012

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Extending the Hyper-V Extensible Switch

Before Windows Server 2012 Many enterprises need the ability to extend virtual switch features with their own plug-ins to suit their virtual environment. If you’re in charge of making IT purchasing decisions at your company, you want to know that the virtualization platform you choose won’t lock you in to a small set of compatible features, devices, or technologies. With Windows Server 2012 The Hyper‑V Extensible Switch in Windows Server...

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Enabling the Firewall rules in the Hyper-V Replica Server

On a standalone Replica server, if Kerberos based authentication is used, follow these steps to make the required exception in the Windows Firewall: 1.      Open Windows Firewall with Advance Security and click on Inbound Rules 2.      Right-click on Hyper-V Replica HTTP Listener (TCP-In) and click Enable Rule On a standalone Replica server, if Certificate based authentication is used, follow these steps to make the required exception in Windows Firewall: 1.     ...

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Implementing Self-signed Certificates in Hyper-V Replica

On the Primary Server Copy the makecert.exe utility locally. Run the following elevated command to Create a self-signed root authority certificate makecert -pe -n “CN=PrimaryTestRootCA” -ss root -sr LocalMachine -sky signature -r “PrimaryTestRootCA.cer” The command installs a test certificate in the root store of the local machine and is saved as a file locally Run the following elevated command to create a new certificate signed by the test root authority...