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Check configuration settings on Hyper-V servers

Generate a report with valuable Hyper-V configuration information, such as the virtual disk path, using a PowerShell script to ensure your server settings match the design documentation.

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Best of VMworld 2018 U.S. Awards official rules

Read the updated rules, criteria and categories for the Best of VMworld 2018 U.S. Awards to find out what the requirements are for each product nomination.

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Best of VMworld 2018 U.S. Award nominations now open

Nominate the top virtualization, cloud and end-user computing products for the Best of VMworld 2018 U.S. Awards.

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Optimal virtual processor to Hyper-V VM ratio explained

There isn't a set number of virtual processors you should configure for a Hyper-V VM, but there are steps you can take to ensure your workloads receive enough processor resources.

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