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Unable migrate VM from Hyper-V 2019 to Hyper-V 2022 (error 32784)

Hi there, I have issue with Live migration between two hosts. One server is Windows Server 2019 Datacenter (Core). another one is Windows Server 2022 Datacenter (Core)
Both servers belong same domain and located in same VLAN (actually, they share one rack).
Kerberos delegation is configured for both servers. When I am trying move VM from server 2019 to 2022, I am getting error

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It seems new hyper-v server does not accept live migration from old one. Is it bug? How can I avoid it?


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LimitlessTechnology-2700 answered sunnykey edited

Hello Sunnykey,

You have received the following error message

" Hyper-V did not find virtual machines to import from the location <folder location>.
The operation failed with error code '32784'. "

This usually happens when you try to import a VM that is exported from a Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V host into a Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V host.

In order to overcome the above error you must execute the below steps,

  1. Create a new NIC Team on a host computer or VM

  2. Use live migration without Failover Clustering to move a virtual machine

  3. Configure Multipath I/O for your StorSimple device

If Problem doesn't resolve, do follow the below link for detailed understanding,

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/troubleshoot/windows-server/virtualization/importing-a-virtual-machine

Hope this answers all your queries, if not please do repost back.
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Hi LimitlessTechnology-2700,

thank you for your answer, but
1. I don't use NIC team in VM or on host.
2. I don't have failover cluster.
3. I don't use MPIO, my VM is located on local storage.

I know about import-export operation, but question was about live migration (I don't want to stop VM for migration).

It seems a bug for Hyper-V 2022, because when I stop VM and move it from Hyper-V or with powershell cmdlet Move-VM, everything works fine.



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ChristianReichhoff-8812 answered ChristianReichhoff-8812 published

I can confirm that this seems to be a bug in HyperV 2022 component.

We even cannot livemigrate via VMM 2019:

"The virtual machine "YYYY" cannot be migrated or cloned by VMM because the version "10.0.20348.320" of the virtualization software on the target host "xyz.XXX.de" is not compatible with the version of the virtualization software on the source host "10.0.14393.1358".

How can we avoid shutting down all the machines?

Edit:
source host 2016 server:
Get-VMHostSupportedVersion

Name Version IsDefau


Microsoft Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2 5.0 False
Microsoft Windows 10 1507/Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 6.2 False
Microsoft Windows 10 1511/Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 7.0 False
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5 7.1 False
Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Update/Server 2016 8.0 True


target host 2022 server:
Get-VMHostSupportedVersion

Name Version IsDefault


Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Update/Server 2016 8.0 False
Microsoft Windows 10 Creators Update 8.1 False
Microsoft Windows 10 Fall Creators Update/Server 1709 8.2 False
Microsoft Windows 10 April 2018 Update/Server 1803 8.3 False
Microsoft Windows 10 October 2018 Update/Server 2019 9.0 False
Microsoft Windows 10 May 2019 Update/Server 1903 9.1 False
Microsoft Windows 10 May 2020 Update/Server 2004 9.2 False
Microsoft Windows 10 (Manganese) 9.3 False
Microsoft Windows Server 2022 10.0 True

All source VMs are hardwarelevel 8.0

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