We have seen a decline in support cases from Hyper-V customers reporting issues that involve the error message “0x0000001” and “Stop 0x0000001a since the release of SP1 for Windows Server Hyper-V R2. Our advice for Hyper-V users, the solution is to install SP1. This TechNet Wiki article tells you How to Install and Manage Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 SP1.
However, there are confusing results presented in search engines, because these error message strings are also found in Windows 7 and Windows XP. Folks who are in a hurry – for example those dealing with some critical and cryptic error – do not always read the content we publish with dogmatic precision.
Ninjas in lore specialize in not being seen. However, here is a group of community supporters inside Microsoft who are building community around the the TechNet wiki. Inside Microsoft, the employees working on this are called TechNet Ninjas. They are not so much into the hiding. They have a blog.
One of the most prolific* of the Ninjas, Ed Price, sat down with me recently for a chat.
Here is the short (~5 min) video.
You can also follow the Ninjas on twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/WikiNinjas
*Ed’s profile pageallows you to see all his activity, and marvel thereat