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allocating hardware resources in a virtualized windows 2012 environment

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We have setup a new Windows 2012 Datacenter server. Within this setup are three virtualized environments. How do we go about allocating hardware resources to specific environments?

For example, the server has 4 NICs. How can we make it so that NIC #1 is assigned to the 'host' environment, NIC #2 is assigned to virtual server A NIC #3 is assigned to virtual server B, and NIC #4 is assigned to virtual server C?

Likewise we would like to allocate the processor cores to each environment. Where do we go to set up processor allocation?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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This is all done in the settings of each virtual machine
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Thanks. Where within the VM will I find the managegment app to make these sort of configuration changes?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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What are you using to virtualize these?  Hyper-V, Vmware, ???????
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Hyper-V
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We figured the appropiate keystrokes to complete this configuration. This question can be closed. thank yuo
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we figutred it out
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