Issues after moving VMs from one Hyper-V parent (host) to another

If you move one or more of your virtual machines (VM) from one Hyper-V parent to another and the VM begins experiencing issues, it could be because the version level of Hyper-V between the two parents is different, and thus the version of the Integration Services may be different. This can result in some strange […]

If you move one or more of your virtual machines (VM) from one Hyper-V parent to another and the VM begins experiencing issues, it could be because the version level of Hyper-V between the two parents is different, and thus the version of the Integration Services may be different. This can result in some strange and unwanted behavior.

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