On Server (Hyper-V):
Enable your local server to be managed by Server Manager on a remote computer.
run the Windows PowerShell cmdlet
netsh advfirewall set currentprofile settings remotemanagement enable
netsh advfirewall firewall set rule group="Windows Firewall Remote Management" new enable=yes
If you what to use Server Manager for remote administration remember to enable “Remote Event Log Management” in the list of INBOUND rules.
Enable COM remote access
open component services –> computers
right-click -> my computer -> properties
select “COM SECURITY” tab
under “ACCESS PERMISSIONS” select “edit limits”
select “ANONYMOUS LOGON”, and tick “remote access” under ALLOW
Without this adjustment, you can’t connect to your Hyper-V server with the Hyper-V manager if you’re not in a domain.
… make sure you have enabled remote management (number 4) on the Hyper-V server console.
Put Hyper-V on Trusted Host for WinRM
set-item WSMAN:\localhost\client\trustedhosts -value YOURSERVERNAME -concatenate
Add User/Password for remote connection
cmdkey /add:<ServerName> /user:<UserName>/pass:<Password>
ServerName is the name of the Hyper-V server
UserName is the name of an Administrator on Hyper-V
To be prompted for a password, imit the /pass option
Additional tasks on Hyper-V…
To configure network…
…find configured IP address
Get-NetAdapter | ft name
Get-NetAdapter -name "vEthernet (External)" | Get-NetIPAddress
…disable DNS registration
Set-DnsClient -interfacealias "vEthernet (External)" -RegisterThisConnectionsAddress $false
…enable/disable network adapter
Disable-NetAdapter -Name <InterfaceAlias>
Enable-NetAdapter -Name <InterfaceAlias>
Set-NetAdapterBinding -Name <InterfaceAlias> -ComponentID ms_tcpip6 -Enabled $false
Add hardware to a server in Server Core mode…
If the driver for the hardware is included in Windows Server 2012, Plug and Play will start and install the driver.
If the driver for the hardware is not included, proceed with next steps:
Copy the driver files to a temporary folder on the server running a Server Core installation
At a command prompt, open the folder where the driver files are located, and then run the following command:
pnputil -i -a <driverinf>
driveinf is the file name of the .inf file for the driver.
…to obtain a list of drivers that are installed, at command prompt, run:
sc query type= driver