My client is windows 8
i have a Hyper-v 2012 server in the cloud.
this is my first experience with Hyper v ( am using esxi)
After 8 hours searching and trying im still unable to connect. (only thing that works is connecting wih rdp)
what do i need to do so that i can connect to my hyper-v server (with hyper v manager on my client) and start using it?
i have found this
but uits not clear to me what to do where.
same for this:
and for this
how can i get the script on my remote hyper v server?
Im totally lost.
any help is very much apperciated.
thanks for the help
I have made a blog post about remote management http://vniklas.djungeln.se/2013/01/29/remote-management-of-windows-2012-hyper-v-powershell-dism-failure/
Do you have both the client and the hyper-v server in a windows domain?
In the sconfig for the hyper-v server you can enable remote management.
thanks for your reply.
my setup is very basic
Windows 8 is workgroup and hyper v 2012 is standalone/workgroup in the cloud
im sorry but i doesnt understand your blog post
what do i need to do where?
i have already installed hyper v manager on my windows 8 client.
I can rdp to my hyper v server
but what to do now?
when i try to connect with hyper v manager all i get is this
- Edited by O66 Wednesday, February 06, 2013 9:07 AM
Most of the times, when we talk about Hyper-V remote management, we mean a remote management scenario in internal network environment. That is there isn’t firewall between management client and Hyper-V host server.
But you scenario, that is a Hyper-V host server in cloud, so that is in internet?
I’m not sure whether your client is behind a firewall, but the Hyper-V host in cloud, if it is in an internet cloud, it should have a firewall. And for most of cloud server venders, RDP connection is the only allowed connection method. That means Windows firewall rule for Hyper-V remote management is disabled in cloud server internet firewall.
You may contact your cloud server vender to check that, also if you has extra server in that cloud, you may configure remote management in that server and check the result.
For more information please refer to following MS articles:
Configure Hyper-V Server 2012 for Remote Management
Hope this helps!
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thanks for your reply.
Windows 8 in workgroup with Ms account (ie email@example.com) for logging in.
i have created a local account on client same as on Hyper-v server but i am logged in wth the MS account.
Server with Hyper-v 2012 in external datacentre access via internet. Account is local.
i have full access to server and can disable the firewall, unfortunately this doesnt make any difference.
Client and server are standalone/ different workgroups, no domain.
is the MS account on the client the problem?
do i need to reconfigure my pc and login with a local acccount (and lose the MS account benefits) to be able to connect?
- Edited by O66 Thursday, February 07, 2013 1:59 PM
Here is a step-by-step guide to get things set up to manage within a workgroup - http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverhyperv/thread/fe80f0aa-0697-4657-a1da-19d36b036698
Thanks, I have followed this guide over and over again. Unfortunately no luck.
all the steps are ok till adding the firewall mmc. Im not able to connect. maybe this is related to hyper v manager problems.
! Client: locate MMC, and run it as an admin.
# In windows 8/2012, go to search and type MMC. Right-click the icon,
# and choose run as admin on the bar below.
! Client: application MMC: select "file" --> Add/remove snap-in
! --> (left pane) scroll down to "windows firewall" --> select and click "add"
! select "another computer"
! type the name of the server you want to manage (NO workgroup/ or //, just same name as you typed for cmdkey)
* Part 2 is done.
# Have a look by doubleclicking the firewall icon in the left pane.
# It looks and works the same as the GUI version that you are familiar with.
(adding event viewer isnt a problem)
see video: http://screencast.com/t/dRCon2sDGe
i have found many entries about this 0x6d9 error
3 days and counting an still no access
: Thanks for the help
- Edited by O66 Friday, February 08, 2013 7:27 PM