This was a bit of a greater challenge than I remember: Connecting Hyper-V manager from a non-domain joined machined to a Hyper-V Host. After a little troubleshooting (manually starting the WinRM service on my client machine) and reading comprehension practice (skipping a step in Microsoft’s documentation), I was able to get it to work well enough to finish the video.
As I made the second video of the series, I realize that I’m creating these for the beginner in mind. While there’s nothing wrong with making content for beginner IT professionals, I can’t help but chuckle a bit at myself as the teacher of beginning musicians takes over. A wise band director once told me once you get to year 4 of 5 of teaching, you’ll never leave the profession. You’ll be teaching in some capacity until the end of your days.
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This month, I revived my six-month-old YouTube channel. I’m going to work to keep a pace of one video per week either on an IT subject or a music subject. I believe such a pace is more sustainable.
The next series of IT videos will be about deploying a Hyper-V host from the ground up. In the first video, I cover where to download the install media and how to create a bootable USB drive on a Windows system using diskpart.