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Can you increase the size of a Hyper-V VM without losing data

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I'd like to increase the size of working VM without losing data.  Is this possible?  If so how?
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Eddie-Lopez earned 500 total points
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Sure you can, as long as it is not a directly attached drive and it does not have any snapshots.

See here:

http://www.petri.co.il/expanding-virtual-hard-disks-with-hyper-v.htm
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Thanks.  It worked perfectly
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