this idea is being under review. Once we have more information, we will be updating the status.
VMM Product Team
This feature is being planned, will update once we start working on this.
b. VMM team can look into DFS-R support for a future release but no changes to the plan of record for R2 or vNext.
So I get you right that you aren't planning any solution to keep VMM library servers in multiple sites in sync for vNext?
We have reviewed the idea in great length. However, due to the large scope, we broke the top common 4 sub-idea into a separate ideas. If your idea is not being reflected as part of the 4 sub-ideas. Please subscribing your idea separately.
We do appreciate your candidate suggestions and hope you would help us further going forward.
VMM Product Team
My top 5 items:
1.) Enhanced Session Mode
2.) Port ACL Management
3.) Shared VHDX not only for Service Templates
4.) Storage QoS
5.) Smart Paging Settings
We have to provide the best management solution for Hyper-V. If we need to skip for that the VMware integration in VMM, please do so!
@Markus: You are talking about a VMM VM that resides on a Standalone Hyper-V Host and you want to migrate this VM to another Standalone Hyper-V Host, right?
That's possible with SCVMM 2012 R2 without any issues.
That's needed for centralized VMM deployments which is managing multiple sites.
Thank you for your votes and support. We have updates to the Multi select Ui in VMM 2012 R2 UR6. For more information on UR6, please go to https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3050317/.
This idea overall is still under review.
With VMM 2012 R2 today we can only choose one VM and do a migration. Even if multiple Live Migrations are allowed through the Hyper-V host settings. Please let us select in VMM vNext multiple VMs and do a migration.
197 votesunder review · 6 comments · General VMM Feedback » Network Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Simplify the setup through an additional wizard like the VMM Network Builder Add-in.
Please keep the great flexibility for the network management. If you simplify the setup but suffering the flexibility that would not be great.