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Old 10-04-2017, 03:20 PM
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Question WLAN 9100 Hyper-V upgrade

when running the upgrade tool to expand the drive space after version 8.0 on a Hyper-V install, the powershell script fails to return a value for the VM index to select. What is the procedure to sucessfully upgrade past 8.0. I have heard that you have to run the installer and select to create a fresh install rather than upgrade but cancel the installation before completion. I am not sure at what point you must cancel and I do not know what has to be done after the install is cancelled. Any info that is available on this subject would be greatly appreciated
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