John Howard - Senior Program Manager in the Hyper-V team at Microsoft

Senior Program Manager, Hyper-V team, Windows Core Operating System Division.

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  • Blog Post: Blogcast on Virtual Server Migration Toolkit (VSMT) - Part 3

    If you missed my two previous postings in this series of blogcasts walking you through a VSMT migration of an NT4 server into a virtual machine running under Microsoft Virtual Server 2005, part one can be viewed here , and part two can be viewed here . This blog provides links to the next two blogcasts...
  • Blog Post: Blogcast on Virtual Server Migration Toolkit (VSMT) - Part 1

    Blogcast, podcast, mini-webcast.... What's in a name - well quite a lot judging by some of the reactions I've had. Leaving the name issue to one side, I've recorded a series of eight clips which walk through the process of migrating an NT4 server into Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 using the VSMT ...
  • Blog Post: Blogcast on Virtual Server Migration Toolkit (VSMT) - Part 4

    I'm "virtually" (no pun intended) at the end in the series of blog entries walking you through a VSMT migration of an NT4 server into a virtual machine running under Microsoft Virtual Server 2005. If you've missed out so far: Part one can be viewed here (links to 2 blogcasts) Part two can be viewed...
  • Blog Post: Blogcast on Virtual Server Migration Toolkit (VSMT) - Part 2

    I hope you enjoyed the first two blogcast demonstrations of VSMT I blogged about yesterday. Today, I'm publishing part two which contains the next two blogcasts in the series. The third VSMT blogcast walks through validating the XML file describing the hardware which the server being migrated...
  • Blog Post: Blogcast on VSMT (Virtual Server Migration Toolkit) - Part 5

    As promised, here's the last blogcast installment walking through a VSMT migration of an NT4 server into a virtual machine running under Microsoft Virtual Server 2005. This blogcast walks through deploying the disk image into the blank VM and seeing the final result. It can be viewed by clicking here...
  • Blog Post: Hyper-V: MAC Address allocation and apparent network issues MAC collisions can cause

    In a physical only world, you don’t usually have to worry about MAC addresses that much as each NIC vendor carves off a MAC address from their ranges which have been allocated to them. However, in a virtual environment, you have to be a little more careful, particularly if you are using dynamic MAC address...