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HyperV Move VM Failure

Posted on 2013-06-18
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I am and have been running into this problem for a while and need some help figuring it out... I have followed the online guides on setting the delegated permissions for the CIFS and Migration services on each computer for each other and yet I continue to get this error when I attempt to move a VM.

I am only successful when I turn KERBEROS authentication off and use credSSP, then i can move VM froms one machine to another. I have attached a screen shot of my error that i receive and would love some feedback. Thanks!
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You need to login with domain administrator account & add that account to your local administrator group.
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Had done that, that was a pretty obvious error. Then i went and set the delegated permissions, like i had done several times before. But here is the trick, i rebooted the servers and it worked! Apparently that is one of those things that takes a reboot before it will take affect... thanks for your help!
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