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  1. VMM 2016 Bug: Static IP Address cannot be specified on the cluster

    I am trying to configure a Hyper-V 2016 cluster using SCVMM2016. All my Windows Server 2016 nodes have Logical networks configured from VMM and IPs are set from the VMM IP pool.

    Now when I am creating a cluster, I see a message saying "Static IP Address cannot be specified for the cluster" "VMM has reviewed the logical networks and VM Networks on each of the servers selected for the cluster. It cannot find any networks on which static IP adress or IP address assignment have been configured across all the nodes. If the cluster you are creating needs a…

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  2. Add Azure Resource Manager Stack based Azure VMs to the subscription view

    With Update Rollup 6 the "Add Azure Subscription feature" was added to the VMM console.

    But with the general availability of the Azure Virtual Machine Services in ARM this new feature has a lack of consistency. I can see my Azure VMs based on the Service Management Stack but not my Azure VMs based on the Resource Manager Stack.

    -> http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/general-availability-azure-virtual-machine-services-in-azure-resource-manager/

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  3. Add IP as an option to show on the VM screen.

    On the VM list screen I would love it to show the IP addresses of my VMs. This would be very useful as well, so when I search I actually can yield results based on IP address. Sometimes you have a moment and all you have is an IP address for a machine. vCenter does this for its search functionality.

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    completed  ·  Ashish Mehndi responded

    The IP Address and Computer Names columns can be added in the VM list views

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