I am in process of migrating from SBS2008 to Server 2012
I just deployed new Server 2012 R2 as VM on HYPERV. Old SBS2008 is removed from domain, and everything worked nice and smooth.
The existing host machine is "custom" build server that I inherited from previous IT consultant.
It has Server 2008 enterprise installed, and since customer does not have license for it - I will be reinstalling free Server HYPERV 2012 R2, as soon as I am finished with the migration from the SBS2008.
On the newly deployed Server 2012 R2 (VM) - I get a message from "Action Center" :
"Scan drive for errors" - when I do that it tells me to restart the server. Server restarts, but I do not see any indication that the check disk starts. Eventually server comes back up, and "Scan drive for errors" message appears again. Mind you this is VM so the disk is VHD.
I can't try at the moment to scan the Hyperv host's hdd, as this is production machine and it would have to wait to next weekend.
Did anybody encountered similar issue on VHD? Is this indication of the problems on the HOST?
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