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I have installed windows hyper v core in my home lab and installed the remote management tools on my windows 7 box but cannot manage to conenct to server manager or hypoer v manager. I have turned off the firewall on the windows 2008 core hyper v box. The only thing different is my workstation is part of a domain and my test hyperv server is not.
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why don't you join it to the domain? You should also go through all of the options under the sconfig utility to turn on all of the remote management options. It should work them. I think that you need to reboot after enabling remote powershell.
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I dont want to add this to the domain as this is a test box
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Did you run through everything in sconfig? If you do you should be able to manage it if you present credentials that are valid on the stand alone server.

FYI, I join all my test boxes to my production domain if they are to be used in a domain environment. I can't think of a reason why you wouldn't, since it's just a domain member. It is no different than joining a PC or member server, we are not talking Exchange here.
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