Why are you unable to connect this virtual machine to a network?
Why would a virtual machine in this default configuration fail to boot if you were to start it?
Create a new Hyper-V virtual machine namedVmachine2, with a 127 GB virtual hard disk and 512 MB of startup memory using the same default settings as the one you created with the New Virtual Machine Wizard in Exercise 7.2.
Write out the Windows PowerShell command(s) that will execute the required settings. Then, take a screen shot of the Hyper-V Manager console showing the two VMs you created, Vmachine1 and Vmachine2, by pressing Alt+Prt Scr, and then paste the resulting image into the Lab 7 worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V.
What is the maximum amount of memory that Vmachine1 can use in its current configuration with Startup RAM set to 1024 megabytes?
Why is it possible for the Minimum RAM value to be smaller than the Startup RAM value?
Will increasing the Memory Buffer value on all of your virtual machines enable the Hyper-V server to run more or fewer VMs? Why?
How will increasing the Memory Weight value on all of a Hyper-V server’s virtual machines to the maximum affect their performance?
Using Windows PowerShell commands only, configure the Vmachine2 virtual machine you created in the previous challenge to use dynamic memory, using the same values you assigned to Vmachine1 in Exercise 7.3.
Write out the Windows PowerShell command(s) that will apply the required settings. Then, after you execute the commands, use Windows PowerShell to display the dynamic memory settings and take a screen shot of the display by pressing Alt+Prt Scr. Paste the resulting image into the Lab 7 worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V.