15 มิถุนายน 2555 13:48Hi,
We´ve been reviewed a lot of hyper-v papers, blogs; etc. in order to set permissions and administration roles in our hyper-v platform but, with no success, and we are finally believing that all the procedures we had performed has been oriented to a non clustered model.
Our platform is integrated by 2 windows server 2008 R2 core clustered, with hyper-v role installed, in production, we administer the platform remotely from another windows server 2008 r2, using SVCMM, all the servers are in a AD domain.
We tried to set permissions, roles, etc, using "Azman.msc" engine with no success, is there something different when is oriented to a clustered model...?
We appreciatte your attention and help you could help us
15 มิถุนายน 2555 17:48
Have you read this particular post by John Howard?
Philip Elder SBS MVP Blog: http://blog.mpecsinc.ca
15 มิถุนายน 2555 19:02
Hi Philip, thanks for your suggestion, in fact I´ve read the whole 4 articles, nice and useful information, I've learned a lot from that, but that blog make me change my efforts to use the ADAM / AD LDS model, since our platform is clustered & under Windows AD, those examples refered by John Howard are oriented to use the XML model, at least the 4 parts of the document, and I´m sure that the best model to us is the ADAM / AD LDS mode, by the way, we are open to hear other suggestion, so, you´re welcome..!
Thanks once againg...
20 มิถุนายน 2555 10:31if you configure it properly, there is no difference whether the Hyper-V host is a cluster node or not.