Learn how to add a cluster into Virtual Machine Manager. This is required by the script to be able to host your virtual machines.
- [Instructor] We're going to need to use our gateway soon…so we should probably add them to Virtual Machine Manager…at this point.…Let's go to where it says All Hosts in our fabric,…right-click, and choose Add Hyper-V Hosts and Clusters.…We'll choose our Windows server in Active Directory,…choose our administrator account,…and put the names of the two servers,…gateway1, and gateway2.…You can also add the fully qualified part of the name…if you need to.…
Go ahead and click Next.…And it found both of our servers, which is good news.…Let's go ahead and check both of them, and click Next.…We'll leave them in the All Hosts group, and click Finish.…We now see the job run…as the virtual machine hosts are added.…As we can see, our hosts have been added.…Let's go ahead and double-click on one of them,…and we need to go into the virtual switch area.…we need to add a virtual switch,…which we're going to tie to our physical network cards…coming up.…
Let's choose the New Virtual Switch,…and we'll choose a New Logical Switch.…
Note: This course is the second of two that cover SDN in a Server 2016 network. This course maps to the SDN deployment objectives in Exam 70-745.
- Determining usage scenarios
- Virtual Machine Manager
- Downloading a service template for the HA gateway
- Copying and importing a script to a library
- Creating a Scale-Out File Server
- Creating a cluster
- Configuring deployment
- Navigating to the job status logs
- Accessing deployment log files