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Hyper-v 2102R2 Boot order

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I have setup Windows 2012R2 host for Hyper-v. I setup the virtual disks then the virtual machines. I can seem to find how to boot off the iso file now.
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by:Gregory Miller
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You mount the ISO as a CD/DVD
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Shabarinath Ramadasan earned 300 total points
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I couldn't understand the question fully. I assume you would like to change the boot order of a VM from ISO to VHDx. If thats the question, you could directly do this from the properties of the VM.

For a Gen1 VM, Go to BIOS Settings and you could change the priority of CD and make IDE as the first one in boot order.

For a Gen2 VM, Go to Firmware and change the priority of DVD Drive to be below the Hard drive.

Cheers !
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Great Thanks this is what I was looking for its on Version 2 and I didn't see the Bios settings. Now its under firmware.
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