Please support VM Explorer on Windows Server 2019

Idea ID 1770943

Please support VM Explorer on Windows Server 2019

Please support VM Explorer on Windows Server 2019

35 Comments
Contributor.
Contributor.
Status changed to: Waiting for Votes
 
Super Contributor.
Super Contributor.

Obviously, It should be implemented without getting any votes

Contributor.
Contributor.

Any news on this topic? I find it frustrating that I'm unable to upgrade because of the backup software. The competition already supports Server 2019. VM Explorer feels like abandonware since it was moved from HPE to MicroFocus. If VM Explorer is not going to get any updates, customers need to know! I would really like to keep using VM Explorer because of the price and the functionality.

Contributor.
Contributor.

This idea is currently being tested by engineering, will provide an update shortly on the outcome of the testing. 

Established Member.

Any news yet?

Contributor.
Contributor.

Hello,

Please confirm if you are looking for Hyper-V 2019 with VMX or just Windows 2019 with VMX?

Thanks,
Sheetal

Contributor.
Contributor.

We want to run VMX on a Windows Server 2019 (datacenter) node with Hyper-V role applied.

Established Member.

I should think we all want both.

Run VMX on Windows 2019 Server and backup VM's from Hyper-V 2019.

Contributor.
Contributor.

Yes, however your first priority is VMX on Windows 2019? 

Testing with VMs from Hyper-V 2019 didn't pass hence we might require code changes. 

Contributor.
Contributor.

We want to back-up Hyper-V VM's. But VMX is running on the hypervisor not on a virtual machine.

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