Hyper-V Tools v1.6 released today!

Hey guys, long time no update :-/

Sorry about that, I recently got married and next week I start my new job….so yeah, I’ve been pretty busy with life in general.

I just uploaded Hyper-V Tools v1.6 to the cloud and if you’re running a older version, you should be prompted to update. If not, then grab the latest version from below (or original thread).

On a side note: I am a utter noob when it comes to GUI design and even the smallest things can be extremely challenging for me to implement, in this case I had to implement additional columns on a per VHD basis but failed miserably, I mean I have been trying to come up with a solution and my brain has already melted and what I produce just does not work. So there is a slight mismatch in information between what the GUI displays and what is outputted to the CSV. The main addition is that in the CSV file, you will have extra columns for VHDs and in the GUI you won’t.

Hopefully I can figure this out and make the GUI pretty but in the mean time, please bare with me.

 

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8 thoughts on “Hyper-V Tools v1.6 released today!”

  1. Quick and easy to use, one thing we had ran into is that it seemed to run just fine with Windows 2008 R2 hosts, however when going against Windows Server 2012, once the collection of all VM’s was completed, and went to collecting the Network Interfaces information, we would get a “Index out of bounds” error. This occurred for all 3 hosts.

    I looked at the log but didn’t really have much information other than the “Index Out of bounds” error itself prior to the Network Interface line.

  2. Great tool. What would make it even better would be to have cluster support. Give the tool the Hyper-V cluster name and credentials and it would return this information for all VM’s on all Hosts of the cluster.

  3. when running against Hyper-V 2008 R2, get error encountered while obtain VM details: Index was outside of the bounds of the array. Also get an unhandled exception when trying to export to CSV. Also, unable to run locally on hyper-v server. Will not accept credentials.

  4. when running against Hyper-V 2012 R2, get error encountered while obtain VM details: Index was outside of the bounds of the array. Also get an unhandled exception when trying to export to CSV. Also, unable to run locally on hyper-v server. Will not accept credentials.

    1. v1.6 does not support local host as the target, its a stupid bug but has been fixed in 1.7 which is still in beta pending some bug fixes.

      As for your other issues, those also have been addressed in 1.7. If you have the time, please test out 1.7beta and see if it works for you. There is a small chat button the bottom right corner of the website, if you click it you can join and we can (hopefully) talk in real time. Thanks!

      http://uglyvpn.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/HyperVTools_v1.7BETA.zip

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