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Exporting VHD Hyper-V to another host

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Hi there,

I'm having some issues with exporting a virtual server from one hyper-v host to another. The problem is that the the original host doesn't have full control on the folder to which it has to be exported to. Since this new host is a hyper-v core server I cannot adjust the rights.

I know that I first have to make the original server have full control for security and sharing but I have no sharing tab visible when trying to adjust the foldersettings on the core server.

Strangely enough I have moved a server some weeks ago doing the exact same thing but I guess I had the sharing tab then.

The error that I'm getting is 0x80070005 General Access Denied

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I just solved my own problem.

I was able to connect to the hyper-v host with server manager and was able to add the exporting machine to the local administrators.

Thnx for me ;-)

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