Tag Archives: Shared VHDX

Notes from System Center Battlefield: Monitoring Guest Clusters with SCOM

So what is guest cluster? A guest cluster is when you create cluster inside of virtual machines. In the past we’ve done that trough ISCSI or FC and lately with Shared VHDX in Windows Server 2012 R2. And like any other cluster you will want to monitor these clusters with SCOM but as they are […]

Error 23317 in VMM 2012 R2 When You Try to Apply Changes on VM That is Using Shared VHDX Disk

When you try to apply some change on a virtual machine with Shared VHDX disk in Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 you may receive the following error: Error (23317) The operation Change properties of virtual machines is not permitted on a virtual machine that has shared virtual hard disks. Recommended Action The operation Change properties […]

Steps to Migrate Virtual Machines with Shared VHDX from One cluster to Another

Imagine the following situation: You have two Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V clusters – Cluster1 and Cluster2. Every cluster has two or more nodes. On Cluster1 you have two virtual machines VM1 and VM2. The virtual machines are in guest cluster and are using one or more Shared VHDX files. As you probably know virtual […]