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Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question
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Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

(OP)
Has anyone deployed the IP Office server on Hyper-V server 2019?
The docs Deploying Avaya IP Office Servers as
Virtual Machines dated 2/2021 says only Hyper-V server 2012 R2 and 2016 are supported.

Any information is appreciated.

RE: Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

Server Edition or App Server?

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*(Disclaimer for all advise given)--'Version Dependent'

RE: Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

(OP)
App sever

RE: Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

I have installed the app server on a Windows 10 Pro without problems. Well okay. There is a version of 11.1 that doesn't recognize a 11.0.4 backup. I don't know if they fixed that yet, that was this spring. Look in the FAQs I wrote up some how to guides.

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RE: Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

Yes. I have deployed many.

RE: Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

I have 2 AppServers running on both 2016 and 2019 HyperV with no issues. I did install from the .iso files though.

RE: Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

I did mine with the HyperV image file. It was so much quicker.

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RE: Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

I made so many I made a powershell script to create them. They each get a unique MAC address for a variety of reasons, but that MAC is static. It is limited to 65535 unique mac's though.... ;)

Note that I am using the vhdx file Avaya distributes. Adjust the RAM/CPU's to your preference. Note that I only put 1 NIC, you can add a powershell command to add a NIC. You want generation 8 so that your VM is compatible with a 2016 Hyper-V installation. I have exported this afterwards and given to the customer for import. If you are OCD you can set $pbxN to '01' or '001' and then the names all align for sorting purposes. (PBX01, PBX02, ... PBX10, PBX11).

$pbxN = 999
$pbxCustomer = "Customer Name"
$pbxVMName = "PBX$pbxN ($pbxCustomer)"
$pbxPath = "D:\IPO\PBX$pbxN"
$origVhdx = "D:\Templates\11.0\ipo_r11.vhdx"
$netSwitch = "Main Switch"
$drvPath = "$pbxPath"
$drvImg = "$drvPath\pbx$pbxN.vhdx"
$procCount = 4
$vlan = 42
$mac = '{0:X4}' -f $pbxN
$lanmac = "02155D00" + $mac

New-Item -path "$pbxPath" -type Directory
if (-not (test-path $drvImg)) {
copy "$origVhdx" "$drvImg"
New-VM -Name "$pbxVMName" -MemoryStartupBytes 4500MB -BootDevice VHD -VHDPath "$drvImg" -Path "$pbxPath" -Version 8.0 -Generation 1 -Switch "$netSwitch"
Set-VM -Name "$pbxVMName" -ProcessorCount $procCount –AutomaticStartAction Start
Set-VMNetworkAdapterVlan -VMName "$pbxVMName" -Access -VlanId $vlan
Set-VMNetworkAdapter -VMName "$pbxVMName" -DhcpGuard On -RouterGuard On -StaticMacAddress "$lanmac"
Rename-VMNetworkAdapter -VMName "$pbxVMName" -NewName "LAN"
} else {
Write-Host "Already Exists"
}

RE: Hyper-V Deployment on 2019 virtual machine question

(OP)
Thanks for responses. Appreciate it.

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