Started out with looking up Live Migration errors that lead me to configuration of the constrain delegation not being truly configured correctly. Why, because the SPN's for three of the Hyper-V services where not registered correctly because the NTDS ports on my domain controllers had been restricted to ports not in the dynamic ranges that Hyper-V uses to register those SPN's. At the end of the day if I would have focused on the SPN issues and just looked at my domain controllers I would have saved myself a lot of time.
I was recently at a client planning on delivering a Windows 10 Pilot as normal. However, during our kick off meeting a wrench was thrown into our standard practice. The client didn't have a working Configuration Manager or MDT environment and still used Ghost to deploy images. Over all not a bad thing just not … Continue reading Automating Computer Naming after Deploying Windows 10 Images
Before Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016, trying to NAT within Hyper-V, well was a challenge.