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Introduction
Introduction and Prerequisites
Hyper-V and Windows Server 2012 R2 Licensing Part 1
Hyper-V and Windows Server 2012 R2 Licensing Part 2
Automatic Activation
Hyper-V Host Limits, Virtual Machine Limits, and Supported Guest Operating Systems

Building a Standalone Hyper-V Host
Hyper-V Host Diagram
Download Server Firmware
Updating the Hyper-V Host Server Firmware
Download Array Configuration Utility
Configuring RAID Arrays on the Hyper-V Host Part 1
Configuring RAID Arrays on the Hyper-V Host Part 2
Configuring the Host Server BIOS
Installing Windows Server 2012 R2
Naming NICs
Configuring NIC Teaming for Management Network
Understanding NIC Teaming Modes and Load Balancing Modes
Getting Switch Redundancy with Static Teaming Mode
Configuring NIC Teaming for Virtual Machine Network
Run Windows Update, Join Server to Domain, and Name the Server
Create Volume for Virtual Machine Files
Install the Hyper-V Role
Create a Virtual Switch
Create a Virtual Machine and Install a Guest OS
Test NIC Teaming Redundancy

Hyper-V Administration Tools
Installing Hyper-V Manager and the Hyper-V PowerShell Module on Windows 8.1

Virtual Disk Administration
Understanding and Adding Virtual Hard Disks to a Virtual Machine Part 1
Understanding and Adding Virtual Hard Disks to a Virtual Machine Part 2
Creating a Disconnected Virtual Disk
Attaching an Existing Virtual Disk
Moving a Virtual Disk From One Virtual Machine to Another Virtual Machine
Moving a Virtual Disk From to Another Drive on the Hyper-V Host
Cloning a Physical Drive on the Host to a Virtual Disk
Copying a Virtual Disk
Removing or Deleting a Virtual Hard Disk
Expanding a Virtual Disk
Compacting a Virtual Disk
Converting a Virtual Disk to VHDX or VHD
Converting a Dynamically Expanding Disk to a Fixed Disk
Converting a Fixed Disk to a Dynamically Expanding Disk
Creating a Differencing Disk
Creating Another Differencing Disk that Uses the Same Parent Disk
Rolling Back Changes on a Differencing Disk
Merging a Differencing Disk

Virtual Hardware Administration
Generation 1 vs Generation 2 Virtual Machines
Adding a SCSI Controller
Adding a Legacy Network Adapter
Configuring Virtual Machine BIOS
Configuring Single-Root I/O Virtualization
Configuring a Virtual Fibre Channel Adapter

Managing and Monitoring Virtual Machine Resource Usage
Configuring and Understanding Virtual Machine Dynamic Memory Part 1
Configuring and Understanding Virtual Machine Dynamic Memory Part 2
Dynamic Memory Guest OS Support
Configuring Virtual Machine Memory Priority
Understanding Virtual Machine Startup and Dynamic Memory
Configuring and Understanding the Virtual Machine Smart Page File
Monitoring Virtual Machine Memory Usage
Configuring Processor Resource Control
Monitoring Virtual Machine Processor Usage
Configuring Quality of Service on a Virtual Disk
Determining Max Number of IOPs for a Disk in a Hyper-V Host
Monitoring IOPs to Set Quality of Service on Virtual Disks
Configuring Bandwidth Management for a Virtual Network Adapter
Monitoring Virtual Machine Bandwidth Usage
Monitoring Disk Space Usage
Using Data Collector Sets to Record Performance Monitor Data
Using Resource Metering

Hyper-V Host Configuration
Configuring Default Location for Virtual Machine Files and Virtual Disks
Configuring Physical GPUs for RemoteFX
Configuring NUMA Spanning
Configuring Virtual Machine Connection Options

Configuring Hyper-V Administrator Permissions
Adding a Hyper-V Administrator
Using the Authorization Manager to Create a Role

Hyper-V Host Storage Administration
Adding Storage to a Hyper-V Host
Removing a Volume on a Hyper-V Host
Understanding Data Deduplication with Hyper-V
Installing Data Deduplication
Using the Deduplication Eval Tool
Configuring a Volume for Deduplication
Understanding ReFS with Hyper-V
Configuring a Drive with ReFS
Configuring an SMB 3.0 File Share for Storage of Virtual Machines

Checkpoints
Creating a Checkpoint Tree
Deleting Checkpoints in a Checkpoint Tree
Understanding Checkpoint Files

Advanced Networking and Virtual Switches
What are VLANs Part 1
What are VLANs Part 2
Using VLANs with Virtual Machines
Configuring EtherChannel and Trunking on a Cisco Switch Example Part 1
Configuring EtherChannel and Trunking on a Cisco Switch Example Part 2
Configuring Switch Dependant Teaming for the Virtual Machine Network
Renaming a Virtual Switch
Configuring a Virtual NIC for a Specific VLAN
VLAN and EtherChannel Example Summary and Testing
Configuring Trunking on the Management Network
Other Advanced Virtual NIC Configurations

Configuring and Using Live Migration with Standalone Hosts
Live Migration vs Shared Nothing Live Migration
Configuring Hyper-V Hosts for Live Migration
Live Migration Performance Options
Keeping Hosts Consistent and Live Migration
Migrating a Virtual Machine Using Shared Nothing Live Migration
Migrating Virtual Disks with Storage Migration
Live Migrating to an SMB 3.0 Share
Live Migrating a Virtual Machine on an SMB 3.0 Share in a Non-Clustered Environment
Configuring Processor Compatibility
Configuring Constrained Delegation for Live Migration to use Kerberos
Performing Live Migration Remotely Using Kerberos

Cloning a Virtual Machine without System Center Virtual Machine Manager
Cloning a Virtual Machine by Copying the Virtual Disk Part 1
Cloning a Virtual Machine by Copying the Virtual Disk Part 2
Cloning a Virtual Machine by Copying the Virtual Disk Part 3
Creating Linked Clone Virtual Machines Using Differencing Disks
Exporting a Virtual Machine from a Snapshot

High Availability with a Hyper-V Cluster
Understanding NIC Teaming
Understanding Multipath I/O
Hyper-V Cluster Diagram
Network Design Part 1
Network Design Part 2
Hyper-V Cluster Compatibility
Importance of Using Naming Conventions and Keeping Nodes Consistent
Warning About Using Inexpensive Storage
Discussing Risk and Budgets with the Business Side

Building a Hyper-V Cluster
Configuring a Windows Server 2012 R2 iSCSI SAN Example
Plug in Host Network Cables for PCIe Redundancy and Label NICs
Configuring Teaming on the Public Network on Node A and Node B
Verify Teaming Load Balancing and Failover
Join Nodes to Domain
Run and Configure Windows Update
Configuring IP Addresses for Cluster Heartbeat NICs
Configuring Firewall and Network Location
Configuring IP Addresses for Live Migration Networks
Configuring IP Addresses for iSCSI NICs on Node A and Node B
Configure iSCSI and Live Migration Networks to Handle Jumbo Frames
Install and Configure Multipath I/O for iSCSI on Node A and Node B
Create iSCSI LUNs for Shared Storage Example
Connect Node A to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Create Volumes on iSCSI LUNs
Verify Multipath I/O Load Balancing and Failover
Connect Node B to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Configuring EtherChannel and Trunking on a Cisco Switch Example Part 1
Configuring EtherChannel and Trunking on a Cisco Switch Example Part 2
Configure Teaming on the Virtual Machine Network on Node A and Node B
Install the Hyper-V Role on Node A and Node B
Create Virtual Switches
Installing the Failover Cluster Feature on Node A and Node B
Configure NIC Binding Order
Validate the Cluster
Create the Failover Cluster
Configure Cluster Networks
Configure Live Migration Networks
Confirm CSV Traffic Will Go Over Correct Network
Create Cluster Shared Volume
What are Cluster Shared Volumes

Administering a Hyper-V Cluster and Highly Available Virtual Machines
Creating a Highly Available Virtual Machine
Configure Virtual Machine Default Location
Modifying Virtual Hardware and Administering a Highly Available Virtual Machine
Monitor Services Inside a Virtual Machine
Migrating a Virtual Machine with Live Migration
Configuring Virtual Machine Priority
Moving Virtual Machine Files and Virtual Disks on a Highly Available VM
Creating a Virtual Machine on a Local Drive on a Clustered Node
Move Virtual Machines from Standalone Hyper-V Host to a Hyper-V Cluster
Pause a Host and Automatically Live Migrate Virtual Machines
Configuring Virtual Machine Preferred Owners, Failover, and Failback
Seeing a Host Failure
Seeing a Cluster Shared Volume Failure and CSV Traffic Redirection
Adding Another Clustered Shared Volume to a Hyper-V Cluster
Removing a Clustered Shared Volume from a Hyper-V Cluster

Adding Hosts to a Hyper-V Cluster
Adding a Hyper-V Host to a Cluster Diagram
Networking and New Node Configuration
Configure NIC Binding Order
Install Failover Clustering
Connect 3rd Node to SAN
Validate 3rd Node
Add 3rd Node to Cluster
Test 3rd Node
Removing a Node From a Hyper-V Cluster

Applying Windows Updates to a Cluster with Cluster-Aware Updating
What is Cluster Aware Updating
Viewing Available Updates for Cluster Nodes
Configure Self Updating Options and Schedule Updates
Applying Updates Using Cluster Aware Updating
Creating an Updating Run Profile
Generate Report on Past Cluster Aware Updating
Analyze Cluster Updating Readiness

Replicating Virtual Machines with Hyper-V Replica
Configure the Hyper-V Hosts for Replication
Configure the Firewall to Allow Replication
Configure a Virtual Machine for Replication and Perform the Initial Replication
Configure Replica Virtual NICs
Perform a Test Failover
Perform a Planned Failover and Failback
Perform a Real Failover
Perform a Real Failback
Pause Replication
Monitoring Replication
Creating a 2nd Replica or Extended Replica Server Diagram
Configuring a 3rd Hyper-V Host For Replication
Creating an Extended Replica
Configuring Primary and Secondary for Failback
Creating a Replication Broker for Replicating a Highly Available Virtual Machine
Configuring the Replication Broker

Creating a Failover Cluster with Virtual Machines on a Scale-Out File Server
Clustering Shared Virtual Disk on a Scale-Out File Server Diagram
Creating the Share on a Scale-Out File Server
Install Failover Cluster Feature on Virtual Node A and Virtual Node B
Create the Shared Virtual Hard Disk on Virtual Node A
Connect to the Shared Virtual Hard Disk on Virtual Node B
Create Volume on Shared Virtual Disk
Create the Guest Cluster
Adding Another Shared Virtual Hard Disk
Changing the Drive Letter of Clustered Virtual Disk
Adding a Clustered Role

Creating a Failover Cluster with Virtual Machines on a Clustered Shared Volume
Clustering a Shared VHDX on a Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) Diagram
Create Shared VHDX Virtual Disk on a Cluster Shared Volume
Create Volume on Shared Virtual Disk
Add Shared Virtual Disk Storage to the Cluster
Moving Virtual Cluster Nodes to Different Hosts

Backing Up and Restoring Virtual Machines
Backup Options
Installing Windows Server Backup
Backing Up Virtual Machines
Restoring Virtual Machines

Troubleshooting Hyper-V and Windows 2012 R2 Failover Clusters
Checking for Available Resources and Bottlenecks
AntiVirus and Hyper-V
Troubleshooting a Resource Failure
Event Viewer and Events in Failover Cluster Management and Diagnostic Logging
Validating an Active Cluster
Cluster Logs
Troubleshooting Permissions
Performance Counters
Membership Checklist
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