Genadij
Genadij
@berkut
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Joined: Oct 2, 2017
Last seen: Jan 28, 2023
Topics: 2 / Replies: 105
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2 weeks ago
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RE: Can't create Win2022 DC template

You should follow this guide/p> If you able to install SolidCP on Windows 2022, it would work with no issue.

1 month ago
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RE: Can't create Win2022 DC template

I don't see any files 🙂 Is your sysprep working with the Windows 2019 template?

1 month ago
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RE: Project Updates

you can see the project activity on github/p> and the chat

2 months ago
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RE: Remove VM from solidCP , reflect on hyper-v console but keep it's folder with disk

it's fine if build shows 83 warnings, also please use the script "Build-Clean-Release-Dev.ps1" for building sources.

8 months ago
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RE: Remove VM from solidCP , reflect on hyper-v console but keep it's folder with disk

@hxkd Hi, we're using Visual Studio 2019. We should add support for 2022 in the next release (I hope), but for now I highly recommend using Visual S...

8 months ago
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RE: SolidCP -Exchange 2019 issue

Did you try any of this solution?

8 months ago
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8 months ago
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RE: Remove VM from solidCP , reflect on hyper-v console but keep it's folder with disk

If your Remote HyperV server is not in a domain, you should add it in trusted hosts list. This note will be added in a future release of SolidCP ...

8 months ago
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RE: Remove VM from solidCP , reflect on hyper-v console but keep it's folder with disk

Thanks TechGuy. Finally someone shows the logs which helps to identify what the problem is. That commit should fix the problem/p> If you have the ...

8 months ago
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RE: Remove VM from solidCP , reflect on hyper-v console but keep it's folder with disk

Show all logs when deleting a VM. From the SolidCP website and from the Windows event logs (in ASP.net and SolidCP categories) Also, please show the...

9 months ago
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RE: vps provisioning issue still

Hello, Please provide your all HyperV Provider settings.

10 months ago
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RE: Hyper-V Bandwidth Limit

We got those numbers from Windows Resource Monitor -> Disk (Read/Write). It shows only B/s. I would say Hyper IOPS != standard IOPS

1 year ago
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