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hyper-v with failover cluster

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vmconnect is used for a hyper-v virtual machine in a failover cluster, however the host can be any of the cluster members. In RDM you need to specify the hypervisor host for a hyper-v console connection.

The following lines of powershell can determine which host a vm is running on. Is there any way to have this run first and then kick off the vmconnect command?


$prc_vm = "MyVirtualMachine"
$clustername = "FailoverClusterName"
$vmresource = "Virtual Machine " + $prc_vm
$node = ((get-clusterresource -cluster $clustername -name $vmresource).ownernode).name

"$prc_vm is running on $node"

Clock2 mths

Hello Jeff,

I transfer this forum under Feature Request section, but prior to go further I would like to confirm are you looking to support Hyper-V cluster in the Hyper-V Console or the RDP session with Hyper-V mode?

Best regards,



David Grandolfo

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Clock2 mths

just the hyper-v console. RDP is not affected.

Clock2 mths

I will have a touch with the engineering department and we will update you soon.



David Grandolfo

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Clock2 mths

Hi,

We had the idea of a feature that I believe could meet your needs. We would like to have your opinion on this one.

The above script can be run automatically before the session starts. So the host and other fields can be set before it launches.
Basically we integrate PowerShell scripts before session start.

Thanks for your feedback.



David Grandolfo

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Clock2 mths

where's the script?

Clock2 mths