Exercise 13 - Server Virualization with Hyper-V

Exercise 13 - Server Virualization with Hyper-V - Part 1 Ed...

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Part 1: Ed wants to create a new VHD file on his Hyper-V server by using Windows PowerShell. He runs the Get-Disk cmdlet and receives the following results: Operational Total Partition Number Friendly Name Status Size Style 0 WDC WD5003ABYX-18WERA0 Online 465.76 GB MBR 1 WDC WD1002FAEX-00Z3A0 Online 931.51 GB GPT What command should Ed use to create a new 500-GB fixed VHD for his Server A VM, in the Windows Server 2012 R2 format, using data from the 465-GB drive on his computer, and a 4,096-byte sector size? Ed should use the following Windows PowerShell command to create the VHD.
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  • Fall '16
  • Windows 7, Ralph, Windows PowerShell

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