This section covers the workflow for enabling Hyper-V on your Windows Server 2019 and 2022 computer.

  • An internet connection is available.
  • The download speed of at least 10 Mbps is available.
  • Operating system Windows Server 2019 or 2022 is installed on your computer.
  • You have purchased and activated a Building X Connect Software subscription.
  • You are an administrator or have local admin rights to complete the installation.
  1. Go to Windows Start Menu.
  1. Select Server Manager.
  1. In Dashboard, select Add roles and features.
  1. In Before You Begin, select Next.
  1. In Installation Type, select Role-based or feature-based installation.
  1. Select Next.
  1. In Server Selection, select Select a server from the server pool and select your local server.
  1. Select Next.
  1. In Server Roles, select Hyper-V.
  1. In Add Roles and Features Wizard pop-up pane, select Include management tools checkbox.
  1. Select Add Features.
  1. Select Next.
  1. In Virtual Switches, do not select any adapters, select Next.

If you select an adapter in Virtual Switches, it will generally lead to a network failure and inaccessible system in case of a remote lead.

  1. Select Next.
  1. In Migration, select Next.
  1. In Default Stores, update the paths.
  1. Select Next.
  1. In Confirmation, select Restart the destination server automatically if required checkbox.
  1. Select Install.
  • Hyper-V is installed on your Windows Server computer.