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  1.    03 Dec 2017 #11
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    A Finnish expat in Germany
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrEmpiricism View Post
    Once the Hyper-V role is installed on the system, it takes your network card and assigns it to the virtual switch, then creates a virtual network adapter for the end-user.
    Absolutely not true, completely wrong and invalid information.

    Setting up Hyper-V does not touch / change any network settings. Creating an external network switch is totally optional. No virtual network adapters will be created when Hyper-V is enabled.

    Please check your facts before posting.

    Kari
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  2.    04 Dec 2017 #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    This is not necessary, and is just over complicated.

    You just set up C drive in VM as a private shared drive, with full permissions for "everyone", setting up password as required from network and sharing centre (I turn off password personally). You use an external switch, not "default switch". I use this to share drives with Host when using Home as a VM which does not support RDP as a server so cannot be used in enhanced mode.

    This works fine for windows to windows share, but more effort is needed for android to windows shares.
    That's good to know. However, in my setup I'm using Hyper-V to run an F5 LTM/ASM which need to be able to create VIPs that are accessible on my LAN to other devices. My approach above is the only way I could do it. Prior to the creators update I didn't need to do this.
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  3.    4 Weeks Ago #13
    Join Date : Dec 2017
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Setting up Hyper-V does not touch / change any network settings. ... No virtual network adapters will be created when Hyper-V is enabled.

    Please check your facts before posting.

    Kari
    A few posts earlier you posted, that with Hyper-V there comes a virtual default switch/ network adapter which cannot be deleted.
    How can you say now, that it's not.

    Obviously it is created and it cannot be deleted, otherwise I would not be here.

    I hope the post from "DrEmpiricism" reflects the future with:
    "...but from what I've read on the developer forums, they are looking to make it optional."

    I can setup an internal NAT if I need one, but I don't need this default switch (and I want it removed).
    More network adapters mean e.g. more spam using ipconfig or another connection in the network sharing center with unidentified network connection...
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  4.    4 Weeks Ago #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerhard87 View Post
    A few posts earlier you posted, that with Hyper-V there comes a virtual default switch/ network adapter which cannot be deleted.
    How can you say now, that it's not.

    Obviously it is created and it cannot be deleted, otherwise I would not be here.

    I hope the post from "DrEmpiricism" reflects the future with:
    "...but from what I've read on the developer forums, they are looking to make it optional."

    I can setup an internal NAT if I need one, but I don't need this default switch (and I want it removed).
    More network adapters mean e.g. more spam using ipconfig or another connection in the network sharing center with unidentified network connection...
    @Kari is entirely correct - the virtual switch is only setup IF you create an external switch or use the default option.
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  5.    4 Weeks Ago #15
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    I don't know what you mean with default option, but a virtual switch named "Default Switch" is created just by installing the Hyper-V feature in Windows 1709.
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  6.    4 Weeks Ago #16
    Join Date : Oct 2013
    A Finnish expat in Germany
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    Windows 10 Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by Gerhard87 View Post
    I don't know what you mean with default option, but a virtual switch named "Default Switch" is created just by installing the Hyper-V feature in Windows 1709.
    Yes, but as long as you do not create any additional external switches, it affects host networking in no way. You are completely misunderstanding what has been said.

    This is what I posted:

    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DrEmpiricism View Post
    Once the Hyper-V role is installed on the system, it takes your network card and assigns it to the virtual switch, then creates a virtual network adapter for the end-user.
    Absolutely not true, completely wrong and invalid information.

    Setting up Hyper-V does not touch / change any network settings. Creating an external network switch is totally optional. No virtual network adapters will be created when Hyper-V is enabled.

    What I replied to member DrEmpiricism is an undisbutable fact. If you do not set up additional external switches, host NIC will not be "taken" over by Hyper-V, host networking being exactly as before without Hyper-V meddling in any way.

    Kari
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  7.    3 Weeks Ago #17
    Join Date : Aug 2016
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    Windows 10 Pro for Workstations

    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Absolutely not true, completely wrong and invalid information.

    Setting up Hyper-V does not touch / change any network settings. Creating an external network switch is totally optional. No virtual network adapters will be created when Hyper-V is enabled.

    Please check your facts before posting.

    Kari
    This is 100% true. Adding the Hyper-V role provisions the default switch to utilize your network card while enabling a virtual network for the system in its entirety. This is why true network parameters can be hard to attain remotely if the Hyper-V role is not taken into account.

    Please learn Hyper-V.
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