Month: January 2020

Troubleshooting Tips – Fixed Windows Server 2019 cannot run Hyper-V cmdlets against Windows Server 2012 R2 #PowerShell #Hyper-V #Server 2019 #Reports #Mvphour

If you tried to run Hyper-V PowerShell script at Windows Server 2019 to get Hyper-V report from Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V host, you will get the error message “The Hyper-V module used in this Windows PowerShell session cannot be used for remote management of the server ‘XXX”. Load a compatible version of the Hyper-V module……..”


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The Case of Initial OOBE (Unboxing) DataON S2D-5208i Azure Stack HCI Node – #AzureStackHCI

Hey Checkyourlogs Fans, Today, I will be showing you the Out of Box Experience (OOBE) for a DataON S2D-5208i (Azure Stack HCI) node. What we have done so far is plug in the onboard Lan-On-Motherboard ethernet ports and connected our cross-connect 25 GB cables between both nodes. When the units ship, they are pre-imaged with DataON’s standard build, and upon first poweron, you can access the server via their Intel Integrated BMC Web Console. In our case, we accessed the server using DataOn units ship with a default user ID / Password combination of – admin/admin or admin/admin1....

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The Case of Migrating an Azure Stack HCI Cluster to a new Fabric Domain – #AzureStackHCI #S2D

Hey Checkyourlogs fans, This week I was tasked with moving an existing Azure Stack HCI (S2D) Cluster to a new Fabric Domain. Traditionally, this would require us to tear down the cluster and rejoin the machines to a new domain and rebuild the cluster. With Server 2019, Cross Domain Migrations are supported.     Migrating a cluster to a new domain original steps were found at I have since updated with the rest of the steps required to do this for an Azure Stack HCI Cluster.   In the following steps, a cluster is being moved from domain...

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