So, a situation has arisen to use the HYPER-V server without entering the domain itself, as you know (breaking a bunch of Internet) this cannot be done without using the domain, well, or somehow clumsily, that you can install something to go under another user, etc. I propose the following version, successfully tried by me and successfully implemented!
What we need: ')
1. Windows Server 2008 or Windows 7 + RRAS (I will not tell you how to install the HYPER-V server administration component) 2. Built-in runas utility
1. Create a text file START_HYPER-V.bat In it we will write the following lines: cd %ProgramFiles%\Hyper-V\ runas /profile /env /user:master "mmc virtmgmt.msc" save ... 2. Next, create on the local machine the same user with the same password as on the HYPER-V server that we are going to manage (we call it master ). It turns out that we have a user with the login master on the HYPER-V server and the same user with the same password on the local machine. 3. Run our created START_HYPER-V.bat 4. Enter the master user password 5. Enjoy this picture ...
Shl. Having added the key / savecred to the startup parameters, we will need to enter the master password only once, and subsequent launches will automatically use our entered password.