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March, 2009

  • Two new SCVMM Knowledge Base articles for the week ending 03/21/2009

    Sorry for the lag in getting these posted but I’ve been out of the office for a while and then had a project to finish up so I’m just now getting back to my regular day-to-day.  Some of these may be old news by now but I wanted to go back and give...
  • Where have all my PRO Tips gone?

    While you can always see what PRO is doing at any given time, by simply opening up the VMM console and navigating to the PRO tips window. From there you can see any active, executing, or failed PRO tips. But you may be wondering how you track or report...
  • VMM 2008 R2 Beta Now Available!!

    Greetings, Rakesh Malhotra announced the public availablity of SCVMM 2008 R2 Beta. Check out his blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/rakeshm/ Try it out and provide our team with feedback!!! As always your feedback is an important part of...
  • Virtual Machine Manager Configuration Analyzer Update 1 Released

    A couple of months back the SCVMM team released a new version Virtual Machine Manager Configuraiton Analyzer (VMMCA) to support Virtual Machine Manager 2008. You can read about the initial release information here: http://blogs.technet.com/chengw/archive...
  • Two new Hyper-V Knowledge Base articles available

    OK, I know this isn’t VMM specific but I figured you might appreciate a heads-up on a couple new Hyper-V KB articles we published last week.  The first discusses a restore issue and the other is our support policy on NIC teaming with Hyper-V. ...
  • VMM 2008 Error Codes Published on TechNet!

    What the heck is an error 2606? Why am I getting a 1612 prompt when I try to connect to the VMM Server from the Admin Console? Now you can look these errors up and review the Recommended Action . The error codes are divided between 'User Interface...
  • SCVMM and SQL Server – Which version should I use?

    I got a note about SQL Server versions from our very own Mounia Rachidi over in Microsoft France and I thought it would be a good idea to mention it here since this is something that the product documentation doesn’t necessary spell out.  Apparently...