cool. Okay, so that's pretty much it. So I'm gonna jump back to our hyper V manager, slides here, and we're gonna carry on.
We're going to carry on with a few questions. We're gonna put these in nice and quick. I don't want to waste a lot of time.
What version of Windows is no longer supported by hyper v Manager? I don't know where I was when I was writing this question. I've missed at least two words
and the question Walk on the end.
I don't know what I don't know what I was thinking. So what version of Windows
is no longer supported by hyper V manager? So I've missed is,
uh, bye on the question mark. I do apologize. That is shockingly bad for me.
God, what a way to finish my Siri's. I can't believe that I'm so sorry.
So the right answer here is Windows eight. However, Windows 8.1 does. So if you're using windows, they just make sure you've got a 0.1 installed. It's much better. Anyway, I don't know if why you'd be using a over 8.1 in any serious environment, but yeah, that's what you would you have t use there?
Question, too. Let's have a look at this one. Hopefully everything. This right? Yes, I have. What versions of Windows is hyper V manager available for? So what versions are we talking about? So it's It's not necessary. Like 8 10 It's the versions within eight and 10. If you're me
without giving it away, I'll leave it for about five seconds before I move on.
Obviously, you can pause the video and think about this if you want. The answer is professional and enterprise, so those the versions that are supported with that are available with hyper V manager
and the final question. What does Numa allow? So what does new might allow you to do
have again? So pause the video, see if you can remember what it waas onda. We can go from there.
But the answer is that allows virtual machines to use memory located on another host for a bonus point. What does new must stand for? Pause the video. Have a go.
The answer is
norm, that uniform memory architecture. So it's that that's the name of Newman. That's that's what it's called.
So with those questions done What did we discuss? We had a look at what hyper V Manager is and does on. We also looked at Hyper V's service settings as well. So that's it? Pretty much so. We're gonna move swiftly on to the next section, which is operating systems support. So we're gonna look at the actual operating systems themselves.
So it's nice and easy. This one understand which operating systems support hyper V environments. So that's that's what we're doing. So the first slight, nice and easy I'm gonna get my zoom tool here on. We're gonna zoom in on the screen to this section here. Let's do that.
So these are the Windows client as a guest operating system.
I know they're not Windows client. We know server as a guest operating system. I just realized I've written Windows client and top of the page. I can't believe I did that.
This is bad. I do apologise. Goes with no server as a guest operating system. So I've put 2019 on there because it is imminent. It's currently in major testing, major rollout release, but yeah, you can see the maximum number off. Virtual process is currently here,
240 for generation two or 64 for generation one version
of 7 2019 I don't know why you'd run it on a gentle one. To be fair, 2019 is designed for Jen to, in fact, anything after 2012 was designed for a jet into pretty much,
in terms of integration service. Is there all built in
no extra notes to be aware off? So I'm gonna leave this like this. Here,
2016 is exactly the same, eh? So there's no change there between that 2019 so you can see they are made for Jen to such a huge difference in number of virtual process is that it could have
Windows Server 2012 R two can only have 64 regardless of generation, but it does still have integration. Service is built in,
on Windows 7 2012 again 64. So all 2012 from 2012 upwards
it's either 64 or more, depending on the generation
on dhe Integration service is a built in the integration service's we've discussed this before is things like the heartbeat. Monitoring guest service is tthe e ability to run toe move data across in the shared clipboard, those kinds of things. They're all integrated as we go. So I'm gonna move down to about 2000. Are, too, with service pack one
maximum is 64. Virtual process is regardless of what version Jen
that we're using on. What you would need to do to get integration service is to work is to install all critical windows updates after you set up the guest operating system in the Vienna
on Also data center into pro standard and repetitions are supported
on that's for 2008 to with service Pack
Normal are, too, with service pack two. It only supports eight virtual processes, regardless of generation on again, you have to install the critical Windows updates on Dhe. More importantly, here, Data center, enterprise standard and repetitions, both 32 bit in 64 bit.
If I haven't written 32 bit, it's because it only supports 64.
So all of these are all 64 bits. A love these service here,
three only version that supports that two bit is down here. If you jumped 2008 are two or higher, it has to be 64. Otherwise, it's just gonna fall over.
All right, so I'm gonna turn this back off and let's jump to the next slide.
These are Windows clients as a guest operating system, so here you can see that you get my little zoom tool again.
That's it. Simple Windows 10 with those 8.1 and when they're seven, with service packed. One.
The maximum number of virtual processes is 32 for 8.1 upwards
on Windows seven with SP, one only supports four.
Integration service is billed him for 8.1 upwards. That's nice and easy. Otherwise, you have to upgrade. The integration service is after you set up the guest operating system for Window seven with SP one that's done with an option on when you go into the virtual machine at the top of the virtual machine window. There's an option there
to install. The integration service is so usually to upgrade them,
and then you were final
on Window seven. With SP, one can use ultimate enterprise and professional additions 32 bit and 64 bit. Otherwise, you're looking at just 64 bit, with April 1 upwards.
Not so simple there any three versions that you can use
Okay, Operating systems, other operating systems
as a guest OS So Microsoft.
In past years, they only really focused on their own software. What they've done now is massive. They pretty much support everyone else in the environment. Anyone they don't know it could see is Mac OS. That's because Apple
don't want them to. They won't allow them to. If they did, you would find that there'd be a lot of people who wouldn't buy the expensive Mac equipment so you can see why they don't want them to.
I actually wanted to become a certified Apple engineer, but when I contacted Apple to ask, Can I can I run the Mac OS in a virtual environment for practice? You know, I want to support your hardware. I wantto help my clients who use your equipment or want to use your equipment. They said no,
go out by a physical machine and practice on there,
so I'm not gonna go out and spend money on the hardware just so I can practice and mess it up on. Do I have to? Like if I wanted to roll it back after reinstall it and all kinds of mess. So
I guess they didn't get my custom. They didn't, you know, and I won't be recommending it. For business environments, it's a shame,
but these guys are fully supported here. So sent us Red Hat Enterprise the next Debian, Oracle, Lennix, Susie 12 and FreeBSD all worked perfectly on hyper V environments.
That being said, if there is a problem,
how do you get support for it? Microsoft does provide support for guest operating systems
in the following manner.
So if it's an issue found in a Microsoft OS Andi in integration service is our Microsoft will support it directly so you can contact them. Tell them about the issue and they'll find it and hopefully fix it. If it's an issue found in another operating system that has been certified by the operating system vendor
to run on hyper V,
then the support is provided by the vendor. So the vendor says this should run fine on hyperbole, and it's being certified.
Then you contact them and say, This isn't working. Why is that working? Please fix it. I need it
and they don't provide support for you.
any issue found in other operating system like that big list that we had earlier.
Microsoft will submit the issue toe a multi vendor support community.
This community is brilliant. It's called TSA Net and I miss my clicker. TSA Thistle's a not for profit global collaborative alliance that consists of hundreds I'm no even exaggerating hundreds of companies working together
to improve their shared customers support experiences.
It's phenomenal. The Technical Support Alliance is one of the best I've seen. Technical service is alliance technical support. Lions Net is phenomenally good.
Basically, when you hear about vendors or partnering up, this is usually where it started from its one of the biggest,
well kept norm secrets.
It's a secret, but it's no like people don't talk about TSA there, but it doesn't hide itself. It's just there on the net. Google it have a look. It's phenomenal. The amount of people that you would recognize on there in terms of actual cos. Is through the roof. I mean, it's literally hundreds and hundreds of vendors that work on that
so it's the world's best kept secret. That isn't the secret.
It's really good, and that's pretty much it so