Azure Stack HCI #HYPER-V 2022 FREE Personnal Use Only !

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  1. pm67310

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    #1 pm67310, Oct 7, 2021
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  2. JLBENEDICT

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    Good stuff!
     
  3. pm67310

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    #3 pm67310, Oct 21, 2021
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    already works with latest build 20348.xxx
     
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    Screenshot?
     
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    nice, verified. :rolleyes:
    AzureStackHCI_21H2_b20348.350 has no TimeBomb. Thank you. :clap3:
     
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  8. JLBENEDICT

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    Does this mean even if you create local VM servers , and also do not register your stack HCI host with Azure, will the local VM's still run after 60 days?
     
  9. acer-5100

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    Not tested yet, but in doubt I would disable / delete the azure related services

    What I can say is that (finally) we have a core-ish server that, finally includes the wlan service, the ras, the the duplication feature, and so on which makes it perfect to be used as a VM to build a virtualized wifi router using a 2$ USB dongle, or to access a deduped volume when the baremetal is not dedup friendly.

    All of that w/o being too much bloated over HypeCore
     
  10. acer-5100

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    Azure HCI is even better than it looks at first sight..

    Unlike Hypercore it has the dcpromo policy enabled, so just add the domain controller and dns packages and you have a domain controller, lighter than core/acor, and no activation required