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jslh

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Hi,

Would Kerio Operator available in Hyper-V image just like Kerio Control?
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jslh

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Ok, may I ask has anyone successfully run Kerio Operator under Hyper-V environment?

If you do, any issue so far? Which Linux flavour you choose when ask about the OS selection?

TIA
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Lucian Maly (Kerio)

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Thank you for your feature request. Unfortunately this functionality is not currently available, but we do have a suggestion on file for this. We will add your request for this feature to our suggestion database. Please note we do not have a time frame on if or when this feature may be available.

Kerio Technologies AU Pty Ltd.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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We have just tested Operator on Hyper V. The installation from the ISO image went well and it runs without problems.

Vladimir
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exportgoldman

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We are running Kerio Operator on Server 2012 HyperV. No Problems, just insert a legacy network card, and beware since the Kerio Operator doesn't have the Linux kernel HyperV extensions, when doing a backup of HyperV VM's, HyperV will save and resume the VM.

To solve this, put the VHD on a seperate disk and back it up once a night.
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exportgoldman

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We are running Kerio Operator on Server 2012 HyperV. No Problems, just insert a legacy network card, and beware since the Kerio Operator doesn't have the Linux kernel HyperV extensions, when doing a backup of HyperV VM's, HyperV will save and resume the VM.

To solve this, put the VHD on a seperate disk and back it up once a night.
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Walter Huff

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any plans to allow or include Hyper-V Intergration Services?
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