Windows Server 2016 With Hyper-v Yellow exclamation on Microsoft Virtual Machine Bus #winserv #HyperV #Windows   Leave a comment

Don’t you love it when you are running Hyper-v and you can adjust the VM en reboot your cluster and everything is redundant.

Well except the VM after a reboot of the VM it has a Yellow exclamation on Microsoft Virtual Machine

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So it seems the VM integration services is not there at all.  and the Update-VMVersion VMNAME –Force is not helping

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So this seems like an old issue but it isn’t tried to delete the network keys in the register and no results.  BUT DON’T DO that !!

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All my VM’s are running the latest patches could this be the issue ? recently there is KB3216755 which has some issues with DeDupe https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4011347/windows-10-update-kb3216755

Placed a snapshot back from before the updates and guess what Same issue eh.. so it is not the VM ? can it be the Hyper-v Server it self ? Patched this server before the VM’s a few days ago.  

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But checking the problem VM’s I see something unusual why is the VM sitting on his default memory. I use Dynamic memory and the startup memory is 512 MB yes it is low but still ?

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Odd why <> well there is no network so basically the VM does nothing

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changed it and this was working on 1 VM so still no solution.

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the one that worked is delete the Network Adapter in the VM settings, Boot the VM <>shutdown.

Add the Nic’s and boot the VM and you are ready to go. 

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Well you need to reconfig the network adapter again. but that are just a few Powershell Lines.

Hope this helps you solving your issue

 

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Posted January 31, 2017 by Robert Smit [MVP] in Windows Server 2016

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