04 Nov How to connect/remote Hyper-V Server using Server Manager from another Windows Server and view Task Scheduler
First we have to enable communication between the two servers.
Connect to your Hyper-V Server and open powershell. Type the following two commands:
Enable-PSRemoting Enable-WSManCredSSP -Role server
From your Windows Server that will remotely manage your Hyper-V start a powershell and type the following commands. Replace the name in quotes with your Hyper-V Server name.
Set-Item WSMan:\localhost\Client\TrustedHosts -Value "Replace with your Hyper-V Name" Enable-WSManCredSSP -Role client -DelegateComputer "Replace with your Hyper-V Name"
From your Windows Server start the Server Manager, add the Server as usual and select.
Right click over the Server and click “Manage As…”
Type your Hyper-V’s credentials
Start Computer Management on the remote Hyper-V Server.
You are now able to View/Edit Task Schedules on the remote Hyper-V Server