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Lost hyper V virtual network

Posted on 2016-08-28
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I used to have listed in the network adopters the hyper v virtual switch but disappeared.
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Question by:Abraham Deutsch
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The switch is never listed. That is normal. If you check the box on the switch GUI to share the switch with the management OS then a virtual adapter will be created. If you uncheck the box, the virtual adapter is destroyed. But that is a virtual adapter. It is *not* the virtual switch itself.
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