Easily managing Hyper-V virtual NICs on the go with GUI and PowerShell

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    Let’s be honest, any system administrator may face the need of hot-adding the network interfaces to the guest VMs in his Microsoft Hyper-V environment one day. And that’s no problem as Windows Server 2016 brought in a whole set of useful features, one of which is the ability to add and remove network adapters on the running VMs. Moreover, you can do that in two ways – GUI, if you’re looking for a straightforward process and PowerShell if you are a fan of automation.

    Read the full article by Boris Yurchenko, a Technical Support Engineer at StarWind, to learn how to easily manage Hyper-V virtual NICs on the go.