Hyper-V replication using Windows Admin Center

Paul 41 Reputation points

I have been using Hyper-V manager to replicate my two Hyper-V servers for disaster recovery. But when using Windows admin center it seems I can find a good documentation of how to replicate my two Hyper-V servers. I can only see storage replica option in the Windows Admin center but the Hyper-V replication. Can someone direct me where I can get a documentation for Hyper-V replication using Windows Admin center

A Windows technology providing a hypervisor-based virtualization solution enabling customers to consolidate workloads onto a single server.
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  1. Dave Patrick 426.2K Reputation points MVP

    You can follow along here.

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  2. Limitless Technology 39,206 Reputation points

    Hi @Paul

    Some of the Hyper-V tasks you can do in Windows Admin Center are listed below.

    -Monitor Hyper-V host resources and performance
    -View virtual machine inventory
    -Create a new virtual machine
    -Change virtual machine settings
    -Live migrate a virtual machine to another cluster node
    -Advanced management and troubleshooting for a single virtual machine

    Here are some articles to dig out more information

    Managing Virtual Machines with Windows Admin Center

    Hope this resolves your Query!!

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  3. Paul 41 Reputation points

    In the links given, I can only see Live migration, but I wanted Hyper-V replication. I have one Hyper-V server, now I plan to setup another Hyper-V server so that I can replicate my first Hyper-V server to the second server in case of disaster failure of the first server. This can be done using Hyper-V Manager, but I can't find this option in Windows Admin Center.

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  4. Paul 41 Reputation points

    Let me just use the Hyper-V manager other than wasting time looking for the option in Windows Admin Center

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