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    Can Hyper-V work with one NIC

    As per the title can it work on a server with one physical nic when trying to set up an external virtual network?

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    and to answer my own question, you can, but make sure you let it change your nic settings itself and not set them before hand or it gets unhappy

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    yes but in an ideal world you dont even less so if its using a virtualized legacy nic

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    yes but in an ideal world you dont even less so if its using a virtualized legacy nic
    Sorry, what did you mean to say there?

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    Plain and simple answer is yes - it will work when you create the new virtual network tick the box that says 'share with computer management' (can't remember the precice text).
    There are reasons not to namely dedicating a NIC will ensure that your VMs get the full potential of any bandwith provided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHR1S View Post
    Sorry, what did you mean to say there?
    on your vm there are 2 types of network card you can use a legacy network adapter or a network adapter. Legacy allows wds/ris boot but isnt a good candidate to share with the host os's network card

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