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If you are building a Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V server from scratch, you will need a few updates to get the latest fixes in your server.
One of these is the KB950050 update, which brings the Hyper-V code from the beta version to the released (RTM) version.
That Hyper-V RTM update is on Windows Update already, so you will certainly get it as soon as you get your server updated (which you always should).
However, there are a few updates that won’t come down that way, since they apply only to specific scenarios. Here is a list of Hyper-V updates:
Implement these updates if they apply to your specific scenario. This will help avoid some known issues and save you a support call. Be sure to read the entire KB article and follow all the instructions provided there.
After the publication of this blog post, a new official source for the list of Hyper-V updates became available.Please refer to http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd430893.aspx as your comprehensive list of Hyper-V updates.
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In de Hyper-V release notes vind je een overzicht van Hyper-V issues en bijbehorende oplossingen. In