Configuring Lab Management 2013 for SCVMM 2012 R2 Environments

In this post I will explain with videos how to configure Lab Management 2013 with SCVMM 2012 R2 so we can create and manage SCVMM environments

TFSConfig Lab /Delete Command

In a previous post, I explained when you should and should not remove Lab Management resources like (Templates, VMs , Environments) for more information click

TFS259201 the following host group does not contain any logical network Resolve any issue on host group

In Team Foundation Server, if you try to create SCVMM Lab Environment and you encounter the following error: TFS259201 the following host group does not

How to Copy Build output to a Lab Environment Machine for TFS2013

If you want to run Coded-UI test on Lab Environment machine then you need to copy the binaries files to that machine, you can create

Do I need to remove Lab Management from a Collection when I Upgrade?

This is really a very important question, so the answer depends on some conditions, if you are upgrading to a different domain or if you

Mark ‘In Use’ for Environments in Lab Management 2013

We can reserve Lab environment by mark it as ‘In Use’ to discourage other team members from using it but remember this doesn’t prevent access

The customizable template must contain exactly one virtual disk marked a s ‘Contains an operating system’

When creating SCVMM Environment for Lab Management 2013 over SCVMM 2012 R2, you must select at least one VHDD and marked as ‘Contains an operating