Thursday, March 21, 2019

How to Add a USB to Hyper-V (Pre-VMware Data Migration)

You need to copy the data off of the Hyper-V Server and it's driving you nuts over the LAN.

1. Connect your USB to the physical server.

2. RDP into Hyper-V.

3. Open Hyper-V Manager. Click on the host and then select "Hyper-V Settings".

4. Enable/Check Use Enhanced Session Mode (2 Places)



5. Now click the VM itself and click settings and click "Integration Services" and select "Guest services". (NOTE: If the VM is online. Reboot it to pick up the change).


6. When you first connect to the VM. It will pop up and ask you to select an option. Integration Service is the last icon on the top left of the VM Toolbar.

7. Click on Local Resources ==> More


8. Click on Drives and select the USB you connected E:\ etc. Select Drive's that I Plug in Later if you will add more USB's later.



9. Now it will show the mounted USB. Copy your data!





Credits: YouTube University! =)

https://youtu.be/ckiZA8DC5n4 (Easy w/ No English)
https://youtu.be/klzhkzJMW0I (Detailed w/ English)








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