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Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V

In this blog, we will show you how to mount USB drive into a VM using Hyper-V in Windows 2016.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Physical USB Drive
  • HYPER-V Host (Windows 2016)

USB DRIVE MOUNTING

  • Mount your USB drive on HYPER-V physical host machine.
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V

PREPARING HYPER-V

  • Open the Hyper-V management console
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V
  • Right click on the machine name click on Hyper-V settings
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V
  • Enable the Allow enhanced session mode option.
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V
  • Also, Enable the Enhanced Session Mode Policy option.
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V

ACCESSING THE USB DRIVE

  • Right click on the VM and click on start.
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V
  • While booting it prompts the display configuration screen.
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V
  • Click on Show Options drop-down list and select Local Resources tab.
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V
  • Click on More button under Local drives and resources.
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  • Expand the Drives list and select the Removal Disk check box and click OK.
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V
  • Click on Connect button.
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V

VERIFYING THE USB ACCESS

  • Login into the VM and open the My computer. You can able to view the removal storage in the disk drive list.
Mount USB Drive into a VM using Hyper-V
  • Now we can read and write files from the USB drive from the VM.



Source : https://www.assistanz.com/mount-usb-drive-into-an-vm/

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