Enhanced Session Mode is used to give a Hyper-V virtual machine access to some of the resources on the local computer, such as USB devices and printers, without a network connection between the host and the guest.
Hyper-V supports two different types of virtual machine ‘models’. Think of them as the Generation 1 virtual machine with the older, legacy, computer hardware and the newer Generation 2 virtual machine with modern computer hardware. In this post I will primarily focus on the new Generation 2 virtual machines but we will touch on the […]
Resource Metering in Hyper-V allows you to monitor the resources a virtual machine is consuming on the host and is primarily for use in chargebacks.
Dynamic Memory is a feature of Hyper-V that allows memory to be added to and removed from a virtual machine on demand.
There is no one definitive guide for the Hyper-V exam like there are for other Microsoft exams. I’ve pulled the information together from Technet, blogs, technical articles, books, videos and my own experience with Hyper-V and tidied them up for others to understand.