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VMM 2012R2 deployment error 2924

Posted on 2015-01-09
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I've got a problem deploying a VM to a private cloud from a template.  Everything looks great until it gets to the point of creating a new virtual disk drive from vhd and it hangs at 99% and then times out.  I've looked high and low for issues around this vmm error 2924 and haven't seen any suggestions or fixes.
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While deploying VM how you select network?
Try below.
You can select VM network at start or at end
Select VM network at end during VM deployment from template and see

Also check rollup update 4 for VMM and install
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2992024
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