Hyper-V Manager ProHVM and more…
ProHVM Version 2.6 now includes support for Hyper-V Server 2016!
I downloaded HVTools2.60.zip and successfully extracted the files in the zip file. However, when I executed Hyper-V_Tools_Setup_2.60.02.01.exe from the ZIP file, I encountered “Checksum mismatch” error generated by Astrum Installer.
Please advise. Thanks.
Please try again! The installer is replaced…
The new installer worked. However I noticed “C:\Windows\Hyper-V Tools Uninstaller.exe”, the file associated to the shortcut “Hyper-V Tools Uninstaller” does not exist. Also, are there any reasons that the files are installed in C:\Windows instead of its own directory?
We are working on a new setup that will adress the issues mentioned by you!
The reason for the .exe to be in the windows dir is that ProHVM is intended for core installations. By placing it there it is easily started from anywhere by calling “hvm” from a command prompt.
Note that there really is not much installed. The HVM.exe can be copied to a USB and run from there!
We are trying out the latest release of ProHVM with our Hyper-V Core 2016 Installation, but it is failing to connect and list the VMs.
Does the application require any configuration in order to the connect to the Host?
Using the native Microsoft Hyper-V manager we have successfully manage to connect remotely to the Host.
Check that WMI communication is enabled in the firewall. Disable the firewall on the host temporarily to see if that is the problem. Also, enable remote management on the host.
Check that the credentials you provide in ProHVM has sufficient rights to manage Hyper-V. Use Domain\Username for domain accounts.
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