Hyper-V

S2D Force remove a drive

To verify that all drives are healthy and operational :

Get-PhysicalDisk

Get the FriendlyName of the device :

Get-PhysicalDisk | ft FriendlyName

Retire the disk :

Set-PhysicalDisk -FriendlyName "<DeviceName>" -Usage Retired

Find the name of the Virtual Disk :

Get-VirtualDisk

If the name is too long use :

Get-VirtualDisk | ft -AutoSize

For every Virtual Disk in the storage pool do :

Repair-VirtualDisk -FriendlyName "YourVirtualDisk"

Open a new PowerShell window to monitor the repairs with :

Get-StorageJob

Remove the PhysicalDisk if all repairs are successfully done:

Get-PhysicalDisk | Where-Object { $_.Usage -eq ‘Retired’}

Assign the disk to a variable:

$DiskToRemove = Get-PhysicalDisk | Where-Object { $_.Usage -eq ‘Retired’}

Find the name of the storage pool:

Get-StoragePool

Delete the physical disk from the storage pool:

Remove-PhysicalDisk -PhysicalDisks $DiskToRemove -StoragePoolFriendlyName "Storage pool"

Add IP on vSwitch

So you installed hyper-v and you need to configure your NIC with your public IP and your secondary IP's, let me show you how.

(Would recommend having physical access / KVM IP if anything fails)

First create a v-Switch in the hyper-v settings.

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Then, go to the IPv4 settings of your new hyper-v vswitch and add your primary IP.

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To add your secondary IP's, you will need to go the the advanced options and put in the first usable address of your secondary subnet, not the broadcast address but the first usable address and the subset below.

You will then use that address as the gateway for your VM's.