I'm trying out Microsoft's Hyper-V 2016 server -- not the OS role, I'm talking about the actual Hypervisor without the "Desktop Experience" GUI. I got that installed and joined to our domain and then added an administrator and then I installed the Hyper-V management tools on my Windows 10 workstation and then I tried to connect to the server as that user. However I can't seem to get connected. It's constant errors.
Right now I'm stuck on "Enable delegation" as I get an error that says "Delegation of credentials to the server could not be enabled. CredSSP authentication is currently disabled.
I keep trying to google things but 90% of the stuff I find seems to be about setting up the Hyper-V role, not the straight Hypervisor. Then anything more explicit than that, such as with the CredSSP stuff, I just find about of stuff regarding PowerShell scripts.
I'm now trying to run Enable-WSManCredSSP commands according to this guide but it's not working...
I've been slowly doing this for hours now and I'm just ripping my hair out at this point. Is there a more straight-forward way to set up and manage Hyper-V without having to do a bunch of obscure steps? I just want to get to where I can install some VMs. See I've gotten used to the user friendliness of WMware where I can just connect to the hosts or vCenter via web browser and go from there.
Now I'm not crying about this because it's hard -- I enjoy learning challenges.. but right now I'm just drained and need some guidance. Otherwise I was considering installing some other free Hypervisor in hopes that it's easier to setup.