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2018-09-14T13:13:00Z
Julia Frohwein - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Director of Delivery at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What needs improvement with Hyper-V?

Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with Hyper-V.

What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?

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54 Answers
AB
Owner at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Real User
2022-07-01T14:48:24Z
01 July 22

The only negative thing I heard was that the baseline price is very, very attractive relative to VMware, however, the vCenter counterpart, the thing that brings it all together, is quite pricey. We could probably live without it since we are a relatively small operation, however, vCenter is very convenient. vMotion and so forth are nice to be able to do. However, in order to be able to do the counterpart to that in the HyperVision world, suddenly the cost differential diminishes dramatically. We're not considering a change anytime soon, yet things have changed even from the last two years ago when we last looked at this.

Shashika Rathnayaka - PeerSpot reviewer
Technical Manager at OAK integrated System Pvt Ltd
Real User
Top 10
2022-06-17T18:39:11Z
17 June 22

We haven't had any difficulties with the solution. We're happy with it. Sometimes there's a bit of slowness in the VMs. The performance could be a bit better. We'd like to see a bit more done with the migration capabilities. The solution needs to offer better local or regional support.

Rouben Amirthasawmy - PeerSpot reviewer
System Administrator at Sun Resorts
Real User
Top 5
2022-06-16T13:53:44Z
16 June 22

Hyper-V doesn't have a lot of features and is limited compared to other virtualization software.

FA
COO at FA IT SERVICES PLC
Real User
Top 20
2022-03-29T16:01:13Z
29 March 22

We're missing quite a lot of features on Hyper-V and I'd like to see more flexibility in terms of moving server automation. Unfortunately, the reporting mechanism is not there. They really need to move in the direction of Hyper-V, a hyper-convergence infrastructure kind of solution.

Andrea Andrea - PeerSpot reviewer
CTO at BE.iT SA
Reseller
Top 5Leaderboard
2022-01-25T07:22:00Z
25 January 22

Hyper-V could benefit with improvements to their management interface. Also, there are some features that are better on other solutions. For example, VMware is easier to create 3D acceleration than on Hyper-V.

Muzamil Yakub - PeerSpot reviewer
Chief Executive Officer at Infoview Limited
Real User
Top 5
2022-01-12T15:23:05Z
12 January 22

Hyper-V isn't a lightweight solution like VMware. Management could be more straightforward. Even as far as disk management tools are concerned, it would be better if that could be made simpler. Performance can also be better.

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JK
Manager at a computer software company with 11-50 employees
Real User
Top 10
2022-01-12T15:15:14Z
12 January 22

The biggest problem with Hyper-V is that the virtual machines are mostly running on top of the Windows Server, so we often need to reboot the machine and virtual machines when updating the host level. That's why we prefer VMware. It's much easier to patch the host. Also, Hyper-V has security vulnerabilities. It's easy to attack and compromise the host.

NT
Founder at a non-profit with 1-10 employees
Real User
2021-12-24T09:31:00Z
24 December 21

Hyper-V could improve the management tools.

RM
Director Of Services Nicaragua at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
Top 10
2021-12-22T18:44:00Z
22 December 21

The management of Hyper-V could improve, there is a lot to improve in that area.

KE
IT Director at HOMELAND TECHNOLOGY GROUP, LLC
Real User
Top 20
2021-12-21T12:58:00Z
21 December 21

The most significant issues have with Hyper-V are the snapshots, local backup, and retention. VMware handles their backups are a lot better. I'd also like to see the ability to virtually hook an input-output device directly to the Hyper-V and the VMs, whether it be a card reader or disk drive. This is something you can do in VMware. We still use customer or software solutions that come on a disk. I often have to rip the data and transfer it over. If I could just throw it in my disk drive and link my disc drive to that VM, that would be beneficial, or if I had a card reader that I could hook straight in. It's not a make-or-break thing, but that would make everything a little bit easier on some installs.

Tommy Myo Min Aung - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior System Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
Top 5
2021-11-18T18:00:00Z
18 November 21

The solution could improve by having virtual restore.

DN
Senior Buyer at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-10-27T10:10:41Z
27 October 21

I have found it difficult to manage more than one virtual machine.

Shahzad-Ahmed - PeerSpot reviewer
Resident Engineer at a manufacturing company with 201-500 employees
Real User
Top 20
2021-09-28T13:22:00Z
28 September 21

Microsoft has developed a Windows Admin Center to manage its servers. I would like Microsoft to put more effort into the Admin Center interface and make it much easier. It is customizable, but you have to be a PowerShell expert to customize these things. That is a limitation. Microsoft could also do more modules related to servers and add administration features for that. I like Admin Center, and I want to deploy it in my organization, but the role-based access control feature is limited as we have to give a complete administrative right to other users as well. So these are some limitations that are blocking us. The Admin Center needs to provide a consolidated management interface that is easy to configure and provide a role-based access control so that we can give certain rights to our other users enabling them to administer the servers.

LM
Technology Solutions Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Reseller
Top 5
2021-08-12T18:14:46Z
12 August 21

One of the network problems I face is I cannot introduce other security layers on top of Hyper-V as you can in VMware. When it comes to the network the VMware is more flexible than Hyper-V.

Sajith Kalinga - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior System Engineer at avian Technologies (pvt) ltd
Real User
Top 10
2021-08-10T16:00:43Z
10 August 21

It would be better if it demanded less memory. Once you have allocated those memory spaces for the installed server, fewer resources are left to allocate for the Hyper-V virtual environment. That's the drawback with that. For example, once you install Windows 10, and let's say Windows 2019, Windows 2019 will take at least 10 GB of memory. If a customer has only 16 GB of RAM on the system, they think of installing Hyper-V. Because when you have windows 2019 or something else, they give two free Hyper-V virtual licenses. But we can't because there's not enough memory. We can, however, install this as a VMS. But this UI isn't that user-friendly for most customers. They like to have a user interface with VMI, and it's not easy when you install VMI. It would also be better if they can improve their core Hyper-V version to be a bit more familiar and user-friendly with its interface. I think it would be much easier. We had a few issues with the VM Hyper-V virtual network. Once you have such issues, it's very difficult to find out where they came from. They had such issues, and we had to resolve the system again. But other than that, if it's useful and keeps working nicely, it will work very nicely even if something happens. But it's very hectic and challenging to find out where it's happening. In the next release, it would be better to control this data store part in a manageable way. This is because once we install and create a Hyper-V machine, it goes everywhere. It would be better if it had a single location and a single folder with a heartbeat and virtual machine information. You can just go forward, and the data store and everything are going into one place like the C drive. But something always goes fast, or everything gets lost if the customer doesn't manually change the direction of where the virtual hard drive routes, the more serious the problem. It would be better if they could merge all that together. This includes the virtual machine and the virtual hard drive in the same folder when creating the virtual machine. I think that it would be much easier to manage and in case something happens. Technical support also could be better.

MD
Technical Account Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-07-20T14:05:10Z
20 July 21

VMware has antivirus protection that covers the entire VM. If Microsoft could have something similar to this in Hyper-V, that would be great. Currently, in Hyper-V, we have to have a separate antivirus for each VM. If there could be umbrella coverage to the entire setup, then that would be beneficial.

AV
IT Infrastructure Specialist at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 5
2021-07-05T12:27:32Z
05 July 21

The backup site could be better. We used to face a lot of issues, and we are looking to solve that now. We are in the process of moving all the infrastructure to the cloud. It could also use more integration on the management part. We also need more integration on the monitoring sites.

TC
Solutions Specialist at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-07-02T16:48:03Z
02 July 21

Hyper-V is not a type one hypervisor, such as vSphere. When it comes to Hyper-V, it is a role in Windows Server. Hyper-V could have been much leaner and much more powerful, but it becomes only the Hyper-V part of it. There should be some distribution or limit to Hyper-V, such as in vSphere. The missing factor or parameter, in Hyper-V and all of the functionality, is a role it plays inside the Windows operating system. You have to enable those roles. That is something not appreciated in a data center because Windows is a general-purpose operating system, not for the sole purpose of doing these types of operations. They could skim down the version of the operating system and have it customized for virtualization, not as a general-purpose operating system. In an upcoming release, they can improve by having better cloud integration. We are all moving towards the clouds and the integration is only through the Azure Stack, there should be tools built in to move the VMs natively to the cloud and infrastructure. Additionally, they could provide some form of multi-cloud integration.

DB
IT & Security Team Leader at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Real User
Top 10
2021-06-08T18:51:00Z
08 June 21

In general, based on my little experience with Hyper-V, I see a lot of obstacles. I think it falls behind the other competitors. There are several areas that can be improved. The network configuration, for example, can be improved. The storage as well, can be improved. I find it very dependent on the active directory as a service, overall. I think they have to review that. I understand that active directory is an integral part of that infrastructure for authentication and logging, etc..., but it can be an obstacle. I think they should review that mechanism. They have to review the overall architecture of that solution. It is a Type-2 virtualization, which means it is not bare metal. That is one problem or one issue that has to be reviewed. In my view as an engineer, the best solutions in this domain are those which are bare metal. Those that are deployed directly on the hardware get the most out of the hardware. But in Microsoft, this is not the case, it is implemented on Windows. If something goes wrong with the Windows machine, all the VMs on it are in trouble. And we all know that Windows has always been a target for viruses and bugs. So in my opinion, they have to review that, to remove that design.

Aws Al-Dabbagh - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Manager at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Real User
Top 5
2021-05-20T09:51:21Z
20 May 21

The solution has already improved for us. We have the older version, which was released in 2012, or the end of 2012. There were two releases after that, however, we haven't updated due to the fact that the upgrade costs are too high, and therefore we've migrated to Hyperflex. The solution is heavily reliant on Microsoft's active directory for authentication, for coordination between nodes. Therefore, it inherits all the issues that are within the active directory. If you have other virtualization solutions you have about 95% or 99% of the resources of the host available to you to assign to a virtual server. However, with Windows, that number is less than 95% and is more like 90%. There is a margin reserved for the server itself. That's a downside. The solution needs to improve integration with hyper-converged infrastructure solutions, or SGI solutions. We were going with SGI for our next virtualization solution. I read reviews about the Hyper-V causing issues with SGI. When we decided to go with SGI, I decided against going with Hyper-V due to the integration issues that it had.

Liam Lynch - PeerSpot reviewer
Owner at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Real User
Top 20
2021-04-28T19:33:29Z
28 April 21

The Hyper-V management console could be improved to make it easier. It should be a little bit more granular. Various virtual switches could also be improved to make virtual desk management slightly better. The replication could be improved slightly. The checkpoints or snapshots could be improved to make it a bit more transparent to the user.

Ahmed Gamil - PeerSpot reviewer
PreSales Manager at UC-Solutions
Real User
Top 5
2021-04-07T13:46:16Z
07 April 21

If you have a lot of Hyper-V servers then you will need an additional product, which is the System Center Virtual Machine Manager, so that you can control the host environments of all of your virtual machines. It would be nice if they provided a free management console that we could use to manage all of the hosts for no additional fee. There should be a way to restart the services and not the whole station, which would minimize downtime, especially when updating the operating system. This is a feature that everybody needs.

TM
Systems Engineer at a educational organization with 11-50 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-02-20T13:53:50Z
20 February 21

It's not completely stable because your stack becomes bloated.

Willy Marcelo Maurer - PeerSpot reviewer
Coordination of Scientific Investigation, Investigator in Scientific Computing and Biotechnology at IEESL
Real User
Top 20
2021-01-28T18:35:01Z
28 January 21

We have our scientific network, and it's run off the university sever, and we need two servers to optimize our scientific work, such as the mathematics work. Then you have to work with Python and Java, and the Microsoft Windows desktop system isn't the best option for this kind of work. Use the Hyper-V as your basic layer, for binding and administration of the systems to the hardware. In the virtualization yo can combined the best of Linux, Unix and Microsoft Windows.

RameshDasari - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Manager at Tech Mahindra Limited
Real User
Top 20
2020-12-02T14:59:00Z
02 December 20

Disaster recovery capabilities are the primary choice for improvement. There could also be improvements in virtualization, performance, management, monitoring, reporting, recommendations, integration, customization, and technical support. Performance and up-scaling are the most important areas in need of improvement.

ST
Founder at a retailer with 1-10 employees
Real User
Top 5
2020-11-26T11:56:05Z
26 November 20

I think the setup for the Virtual Network Manager could be improved.

Yogesh (Datamotive) - PeerSpot reviewer
Founder at a tech company with 11-50 employees
Real User
Top 5
2020-10-26T14:00:59Z
26 October 20

The management interface is in need of the biggest improvement. There are a few gaps in there when I compare with VMware. Some additional monitoring features would be helpful.

Walmik Wankhede - PeerSpot reviewer
Manager IT at a healthcare company with 201-500 employees
Real User
Top 10
2020-08-08T10:52:00Z
08 August 20

It should be deployed with OS so there is no need to install OS separately, only select the OS and get it ready.

Thendo Ndzimeni - PeerSpot reviewer
Network Administrator at Automated Outsourcing services
Real User
Top 20
2020-07-28T06:50:15Z
28 July 20

There is a problem with high-availability if the load is too high.

AK
Project Engineer at ASE Group Global
Real User
2020-07-05T09:37:55Z
05 July 20

There are usability issues with Hyper-V's manager. VMware has a much better system, but it's a much more expensive solution. The interface is not uniform at all, which makes the manager difficult to use. It's not very convenient and isn't smartly designed. They need to reimagine it to make it more effective. There needs to be more functionality overall in the Hyper-V manager. It might be helpful if Microsoft could recommend the use of STV. Then, at least you can use Nano products to manage the Hyper-V server. Currently, I don't use STV. I'm not too familiar with this product. It would be helpful if Microsoft could provide some guidance as to its usage and the options available and why users might opt for them so that we have a better understanding of what we can do and how we can use the services on offer effectively.

CS
Senior System Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Real User
2020-06-17T10:55:00Z
17 June 20

It would be nice if they had video acceleration, they got rid of that and VMware has video acceleration. It would be nice to be able to test through video part the Virtual Machine, like you can with VMware, Hyper-V does not let you do that.

Morne' O'Kennedy - PeerSpot reviewer
Lead specialist at OKCIUS (Pty) Ltd
Real User
2019-07-18T11:04:00Z
18 July 19

I believe further improvement can be made on the cluster manager side, not specifically Hyper-V related. There are some storage problems which do occur in high load systems, especially SQL workloads. These do not necessarily affect uptime, but it can evolve into a larger problem if not attended to. Otherwise, the product is fantastic.

Javier-Arrocha - PeerSpot reviewer
Oficial de comunicaciones at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
Real User
2019-01-20T07:09:00Z
20 January 19

There are bugs, and this should be resolved by Microsoft. In the future, I would like to see how the hyper-converged infrastructure works with the technology.

BB
CTO at MEDWIZ SOLUTIONS
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2019-01-10T08:22:00Z
10 January 19

The backup has room for improvement.

A.J. DiLorenzo - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Systems Administrator at Privia Health
Real User
2018-12-12T10:23:00Z
12 December 18

The only issues we have had recently are with Windows updates that are built into the Windows server with Hyper-V. In the future, I would like to see a simplification of licensing of this product. In addition, I think it would be beneficial to have more monitoring.

Youssef EL HADJ - PeerSpot reviewer
System and Network Administrator at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
Real User
2018-12-10T08:29:00Z
10 December 18

Perhaps improvement should be made when you want to change some configuration on VM's, and you have to shut down the VM in order to do so. A major improvement would be a configuration change. So, when you change the parameter of VM, the other one can still be running.

PeerSpot user
Network Administrator II at a maritime company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
2018-12-05T11:33:00Z
05 December 18

It needs to improve compatibility with third party software.

MT
Program Architect (Microsoft) with 5,001-10,000 employees
Real User
2018-11-26T07:07:00Z
26 November 18

The networking portion of Hyper-V needs improvement.

SS
Assistant Manager - IS Infrastructure
Real User
2018-11-25T07:59:00Z
25 November 18

The cost and licensing can be improved.

AH
Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Consultant
2018-11-25T07:59:00Z
25 November 18

I think there is room for improvement in terms of the cloud solutions.

PeerSpot user
Head of Department for IT Services at a government with 201-500 employees
Real User
2018-11-25T07:59:00Z
25 November 18

The live migration feature needs improvement.

Jarek Słupiński - PeerSpot reviewer
Freelancer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Real User
2018-11-25T07:59:00Z
25 November 18

I am using this solution with E-Notes. I heard that there will be future improvements in integration of the E-notes systems. This would be very helpful. I also am waiting for improvements in networking and life migration.

PeerSpot user
System Administrator at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2018-11-22T10:29:00Z
22 November 18

Hyper-V is hosted on OS but if your OS scratches you are in big trouble. In addition, if a host fails, automatically the machine and the virtual machine should boot from another source. Those type of features would benefit Hyper-V.

PeerSpot user
IT Executive at a transportation company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
2018-11-22T10:29:00Z
22 November 18

It might make it easier to move VMs across Hotmail hosts. This application process may make it a little bit easier.

YA
CTO for Pydynamix
Real User
2018-11-22T10:29:00Z
22 November 18

The interface could be more user friendly. In addition, the documentation and security could use improvement. Some customers have been complaining of running into Immobility Licensing Restrictions. They were running on an ELA, and there was no flexibility with a volume license agreement. In addition, it would be nice to have the ability to assign more dynamically, like VM-ware does. Furthermore, it would be nice to return the SRM feature back into Hyper-V so that you're not looking at a virtual box which is a cheap version, but that you're looking at enterprise, you're looking at VM-ware. If this could be placed into a one-button feature, that would be very attractive.

AriGreenbaum - PeerSpot reviewer
IT at a non-profit
Real User
2018-11-22T10:29:00Z
22 November 18

The corrupted volume is a problem.

Ignacio Salom - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Principal Consultant at CCE
Real User
2018-11-22T10:29:00Z
22 November 18

I think the console could use some improvement for the backups. The features should be improved. I know a lot of people who are considering moving to Hyper-V, but are skittish to do so because you need a system center virtual manager or a specialist to integrate the solution.

it_user947223 - PeerSpot reviewer
Technician at Computer Geeks
Real User
2018-11-22T10:29:00Z
22 November 18

An improvement I suggest is having more guest operating systems.

SO
Sr. Programmer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Real User
2018-11-22T10:29:00Z
22 November 18

They could turn it into a product because that's the problem with it. It doesn't have a single place where you can manage things. You have to go into all different screens to be able to configure it. It is hard to track what the performance is. It's really just a feature added to Windows, and Microsoft does not really have anything that pulls it all together well. Compared to VMware, it does not have everything collaborate on one screen. In addition, the solution needs better ability to do backups.

MS Alam - PeerSpot reviewer
System Administrator at Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets
Real User
2018-11-18T07:31:00Z
18 November 18

Sometimes it is a mess, and it should be something that could be easily fixed. It made us have to deal with fixing the bugs.

SS
User at hadafq8
Consultant
2018-11-18T07:31:00Z
18 November 18

I am able to give end users better performance and better response time and better availability. The the only challenge for us was moving existing physical machines to virtual machines. The time taken was to migrate the physical machine to the virtual machine took about two months.

Real User
2018-11-18T07:31:00Z
18 November 18

I think the management tools have room for improvement.

KW
Interim Director of Technology at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
2018-11-15T07:11:00Z
15 November 18

It needs to improve the handling of the amount of storage available. We currently have around 400 users.

DW
User at a healthcare company with 201-500 employees
User
2018-09-14T13:13:00Z
14 September 18

I would love to see other options for connecting VMs to large data storage. We have our cluster connected to a Dell EMC VNX (SAN). The Hyper-V nodes are on Cisco UCS blades, and everything is interconnected via fiber. I attempted to use a virtual Fibre Channel connection to present a SAN volume to a VM but was not able to make that work.

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Content Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Nov 07, 2021
Which is better and why?
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07 November 21
One of the best things about Proxmox VE is that it is open-source and very inexpensive. You get all of the same features as with the more well-known products. Proxmox VE is very easy to deploy - it can run on anything. It is extremely scalable, stable, and very user-friendly. Proxmox VE allows users to easily create virtual machines. It is based on Debian Linux, using KVM. Proxmox is a young solution and there are still some bugs to work out. When you need technical support, there is a cost, and this can add up quickly. There are some things in Proxmox VE that need a command-line interface. We think it would be better if it were more a web-based interface. The initial setup with the Hyper V is very simple. It is a Microsoft product so it works seamlessly with all Microsoft products, and does very well with other solutions as well. The Hyper V is a great end-to-end solution that has an amazing fail-over feature, which helps minimize downtime and maintain productivity. Hyper V can have some stability issues; your stack can become bloated easily. The scalability of this solution really depends on the licensing you purchase. If you are looking to scale up or down you will need to purchase the data center license, which can get expensive. Conclusion: If you are looking for a Hypervisor strictly from a cost of ownership point of view, Proxmox VE is the solution to choose. It has many of the same features as other products at a very competitive price. We chose Hyper V, as we are deeply committed to the Microsoft ecosystem and we were also looking for some management solutions that Proxmox does not offer. We also found the fail-over feature very important to many of our clients’ needs.
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Steffen Hornung - PeerSpot reviewer
Administrator at Neuberger Gebäudeautomation GmbH
21 October 21
KVM is better. But let's just look at the software instead of judging. Hyper-V was a free solution from Microsoft to virtualize Server or Client OS as it is a feature on Windows Server since 2008 and came in Windows 8 as well. Free because they had a special SKU dedicated for virtualization called Hyper-V-Server. It had a limited footprint through a core installation (no GUI) to minimize updates it would need. But that was until the Windows Server 2019 release. With the new release line named "2022", they dropped that SKU altogether. Microsoft now proclaims you should use their Azure-Stack-HCI solution which is a paid offering with a subscription. That in itself is no bad thing as it would work pretty well (did not try myself but read about it). Alas, you will have to pay for that. Another downside of Hyper-V is the management capabilities and requirements: You have to use Windows to manage that (which you probably already use anyway) but you have to use at minimum the same OS version your Hyper-V is running on. So if you have Hyper-V Server 2016 you have to use Windows 10 as a minimum (expect to have the same feature built as the server 1607). On the other hand, there is KVM free on most (if not all) Linuxes. There are even free offerings like Proxmox VE with a full package to use it as an appliance, manage through a browser, and such. Way more straightforward than Hyper-V. Citrix Xen Server is also a great solution to get you started with virtualization. Commercial solutions are also out there to deliver to more production-inclined needs. One is Nutanix AHV which uses KVM at its core. See my article about that for more information.Personally, I used KVM in private projects and some test scenarios at work. We use AHV at work and it is perfectly running there. I also have a Hyper-V running with a few VMs for a small shop which works great. You have to settle with some limitations but I will switch that away from Hyper-V because of that mess they made with 2022 (I don't want to pay for a thing I have used for free after 10 years. besides said shop is a non-profit). I'm just waiting for the next hardware refresh. So yes, I think KVM is better and not only because it is still free.
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