VT Technology is excited to announce the preview of vtUtilities
(formerly vtCommander)

Summary of new features and enhancements
Full support of new features introduced in Windows Server 2012 (Hyper-V 3.0):
  • Hyper-V management support on both Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012 from a single environment.
  • Full support for replication and migration configuration and operations for Windows Server 2012 hosts.
  • Replication health monitoring in guest status pane and GUI to manage replication configuration in guest management pane.
  • New wizards to enable/configure replication, move and import guests for Windows Server 2012 hosts.
  • Migration and Import Wizards provide GUI to resolve virtualized hardware and storage conflicts. Conflict resolution GUI is especially important when moving guests from Hyper-V hosts that don't have GUI and are not configured to use the constrained Kerberos delegation.
  • Support of VHDX and related functionality.
  • Virtual Storage Manager allows managing Fibre Channel SANs along with World Wide Node and Port Names (WWPNs and WWNNs). Virtual Storage Manager also provides GUI to manage Storage Resource Pools.
  • GUI to manage guest Fibre Channel Adapters.
  • Network Manager enhancements: support of WiFi and new virtual switch management functionality, including configuration of switch extensions, SR-IOV etc. GUI for network resource pool management. Corresponding enhancements for guest virtual network adapter management GUI to support new hardware acceleration, security features and network resource pools.
vtCommander version 2.5 Release notes


vtUtilities run only on 64-bit version of Windows. It is recommended that you download and read the latest version of the User Guide prior to installing vtUtilities. Download and run vtUtilities bootstrapping executable that will guide you through the installation process. You will be able to start vtUtilities from a command console by typing ‘vtUtilities’ on the Windows Server core and the Hyper-V Server intstallations after that.


You can remove and/or reinstall vtUtilities by running its bootstrapping utility with the ‘/remove’ command line argument.

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