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Hello, We currently have 4 blades with Nvidia M60s running in our DC. Our normal setup is Server 2016 Core edition. Is this supported with Nvidia? Thanks. Gr. Max
Hello,

We currently have 4 blades with Nvidia M60s running in our DC. Our normal setup is Server 2016 Core edition.

Is this supported with Nvidia?

Thanks.

Gr. Max

#1
Posted 10/12/2017 09:39 AM   
Hi Mexxwell, I don't understand the whole picture. Are you talking about Server Core for the guest OS or the host OS? We don't mention Core Server in our support matrix: http://docs.nvidia.com/grid/latest/product-support-matrix/index.html and I don't think this is tested. Feel free to test and let me know and I'm happy to talk to our PM about this. Regards Simon
Hi Mexxwell,

I don't understand the whole picture. Are you talking about Server Core for the guest OS or the host OS?
We don't mention Core Server in our support matrix:

http://docs.nvidia.com/grid/latest/product-support-matrix/index.html

and I don't think this is tested. Feel free to test and let me know and I'm happy to talk to our PM about this.

Regards

Simon

#2
Posted 10/13/2017 11:58 AM   
Hello Simon, If you can speak with your PM that would be great. All of our hosts are running Windows 2016 Enterprise in Core mode. Now we are testing with multiple hosts with a GRID card. We want to use RemoteFX so we can share the GPU with multiple guests. Is this possible and supported by NVidia? As far as i can find on the internet, this is not possible but want to verify this. Thanks. Gr. Max
Hello Simon,

If you can speak with your PM that would be great.

All of our hosts are running Windows 2016 Enterprise in Core mode. Now we are testing with multiple hosts with a GRID card. We want to use RemoteFX so we can share the GPU with multiple guests. Is this possible and supported by NVidia?

As far as i can find on the internet, this is not possible but want to verify this.

Thanks.

Gr. Max

#3
Posted 10/16/2017 12:44 PM   
Hi Mexxwelll, As expected this is not supported but it should work with some manual work :) See here a nice blog that explains the required steps: http://blog.ittoby.com/2013/04/what-is-remotefx-on-windows-2012-hyper.html Regards Simon
Hi Mexxwelll,

As expected this is not supported but it should work with some manual work :) See here a nice blog that explains the required steps:

http://blog.ittoby.com/2013/04/what-is-remotefx-on-windows-2012-hyper.html


Regards

Simon

#4
Posted 10/16/2017 01:14 PM   
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