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When I try to move a VM live between computers I get this error:errBoth HOST computers are on same domain and they are replicating VM between them without a problem.
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Configure constrained delegation for each host in ADUC to allow the other to pass credentials.

Does the account being used to initiate the Live Migration have admin rights on both machines?
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by:Cliff Galiher
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Hyper-v replica can be configured to use certificates. If you haven't configured the systems for migrations and set the proper SPNs then you will be authentication issues. As th message suggests, you can try initiating the migration from the source server instead of from the destination server or from a management workstation. Or you can go through the hyper-v migration document and get all of your service accounts configured for proper delegation.
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by:soffcec
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I think the SPN is ok. I don't know the difference of using CredSSP or Kerberos have tried both of them and get the same error.
I am not sure if I understand what you are telling me.
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What about the admin question?
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It was admin problem, I was logged in as a local administrator
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