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Installing and Activating Hyper-V Linux Integration Services

Microsoft developers have designed components that help in improving the performance of virtual machines running on Hyper-V Server. These components are designed as part of the Integration Services.

While the Hyper-V Server is intelligent enough to install and activate Integration Services for Windows virtual machines, for virtual machines running Linux distributions you'll need to manually install and activate Integration Services. This article explains the process of installing and activating Integration Services in Linux distribution virtual machines.

Read more at ServerWatch.

 

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