Adding yourself to the Hyper-V Administrators group with PowerShell

I am currently setting up a couple of new computers – and thought I would share this little tidbit of information.  As I have  blogged in the past, you do not need to run “As Administrator” to use Hyper-V PowerShell cmdlets.  You just have to be a member of the Hyper-V Administrators group. Well –… Read more

Copy files over PowerShell Direct (and more)

We recently updated a number of the capabilities of PowerShell Direct.  In Windows 10 Insider builds greater than 14280, and in Windows Server 2016, you can now create persistent PowerShell sessions using PowerShell Direct. The format for doing this is: $PSSession = New-PSSession -VMName <VMName> -Credential (Get-Credential) You can then use this session for a… Read more

Windows 10, Hyper-V and Wireless – a new way to make this all work

Anyone who has used Hyper-V on a laptop is familiar with the pain of configuring Hyper-V virtual networking with wifi networking.  In fact, I have written multiple blogs about this over the years.  Well, in recent builds of Windows 10 (build 14295 or later) there is a new option.  This is currently a bit hidden (no… Read more