Oracle virtual box fails to work on machine where hyper-v is installed

Consider this scenario:

  1. You have hyper-v installed on a windows server/client OS and it’s working fine
  2. You install oracle virtual box or any 3rd party virtualization application on machine and it fails with below error:
VT-x/AMD-V hardware acceleration is not available on your system. Certain guests 
(e.g. OS/2 and QNX) require this feature and will fail to boot without it.

Or vice-versa. …Continue Reading

Install the Hyper-V role and create virtual machines using PowerShell

This blog post covers how to install Hyper-V on a windows machine using PowerShell and create virtual machines. To learn more about Hyper-V including system requirements, see Hyper-V overview. Also make sure that you have administrative rights on the machine for doing so.

Install Hyper-V Role

On a windows server:

Open Windows PowerShell session with elevated user rights and run the following command: …Continue Reading