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Virtualization is the act of creating a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, including (but not limited to) a virtual computer hardware platform, operating system (OS), storage device, or computer network resources. Virtualization is usually the creation of a system that executes separate from the underlying hardware resources, or the creation of an entire desktop for systems located elsewhere, similar to thin clients.

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Put Machine Learning to Work--Protect Your Clients
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Machine learning means Smarter Cybersecurity™ Solutions.
As technology continues to advance, managing and analyzing massive data sets just can’t be accomplished by humans alone. It requires huge amounts of memory and storage, as well as high-speed processing of the cloud.

Hyper-V 2016 Trouble...  
HVMMC errorPSSession errorI have two 2012 r2 VM DCs running on a standalone Hyper-V 2016 host.  I set up remote management VIA PowerShell and Hyper-V Management console. I guess over WINRM with CredSSP.  Well everything was working fine (6-8 months or so now).  I all stopped a few weeks ago. I tried to pin it down to a security update but could not.  When I try to start a new PSSession or authenticate on the HVMMC I get an HTTP error code 403.  Everything I have found so far seems to be related to exchange and IIS,  neither of which are on these VM and the host is just Hyper-V it can't run anything else.  Also at the same time I could no longer check point my VM's which is required to work for my Unitrends recovery appliance.  It's like the entire management subsystem is broken.   I am still able to RDP into the host and manage the VMs with PowerShell but that's it...  I looked through application and error logs.  But I didn't see anything that appeared relevant to me...  
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Thanks!.... I'm new here!
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Welcome aboard, Chris!
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How do I move a space between Disc- D to Disc C in a virtual machine?
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by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)
You've already posted a Question to the VMware Topic area, which I've answered!

https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/29050158/Place-on-disk.html#a42252780
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I m developing  mini qemu like VM for Android device .
Any suggestion how to go through.Any starting point of atleast 1000 line code only
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Happy Snapshot Friday!

We found a snapshot on our Exchange Server this morning!

WARNING & REMINDER to ALL VMware Admins, Make Sure you regularly check your Virtual Machines for Evil Snapshots, after Backup Processes, which will cause performance issues, and make cause virtual machine outage if the datastore gets full, and VM will stop!

Don't know how to check for snapshots, which may be hidden check out my EE Article

HOW TO: VMware Snapshots :- Be Patient

If you are struggling don't forget to Post me a Question in the VMware Topic Area!
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Virtualization

16K

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Virtualization is the act of creating a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, including (but not limited to) a virtual computer hardware platform, operating system (OS), storage device, or computer network resources. Virtualization is usually the creation of a system that executes separate from the underlying hardware resources, or the creation of an entire desktop for systems located elsewhere, similar to thin clients.