There are many ways to rebuild the Hyper-V host, but I will show you how to rebuild a Microsoft Hyper-V host via Virtual Media. These screens captured were for Windows Server 2019, but not for Windows Server 2019 only. You can use Windows Server 2022 ISO image file too.
1. Log in to a domain member machine and download the OS ISO image file.
2. Access the Gridstore machine via IPMI.
3. Select Virtual Storage from the Virtual Media drop-down list.
4. Select Device1 on the Virtual Storage page.
5. Select the ISO file from the Logical Drive Type drop-down list.
6. Click Open Image.
7. Select the ISO image file and click Open.
8. Click the Plug in on the Device 1 page.
9. Click OK.
10. Select Set Power Reset from the Power Control drop-down list.
11. Select Virtual Keyboard from the Virtual Media drop-down list.
12. Press F11 on the Virtual Keyboard to invoke Boot Menu.
13. Select ATEN Virtual CDROM YS0J.
14. Click Next on the Windows Server Setup page.
15. Click Install now on the Windows Setup page.
16. Select the Operating system on the Windows Setup page and click Next.
17. Select the I accept the license terms checkbox on the Application notices and license terms page and click Next.
18. Select Custom Install Windows only (advanced).
19. Delete the existing partitions.
20. Select the Drive on the Windows Setup page and click Next.
21. Follow Installing Windows procedures to complete the installation.
I hope you enjoy this post.
Web Site: carysun.com
Blog Site: checkyourlogs.net
Blog Site: gooddealmart.com
Author: Cary Sun
Cary Sun has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in data center and deployment solutions. As a Principal Consultant, he likely works closely with clients to help them design, implement, and manage their data center infrastructure and deployment strategies.
With his background in data center solutions, Cary Sun may have experience in server and storage virtualization, network design and optimization, backup and disaster recovery planning, and security and compliance management. He holds CISCO CERTIFIED INTERNETWORK EXPERT (CCIE No.4531) from 1999. Cary is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Microsoft Azure MVP, Veeam Vanguard and Cisco Champion. He is a published author with several titles, including blogs on Checkyourlogs.net, and the author of many books.
Cary is a very active blogger at checkyourlogs.net and is permanently available online for questions from the community. His passion for technology is contagious, improving everyone around him at what they do.
Blog site: https://www.checkyourlogs.net
Web site: https://carysun.com
Blog site: https://gooddealmart.com
Amazon Author: https://Amazon.com/author/carysun