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  1. DirectX support for Hyper-V Virtual Graphics Adapter

    The graphics adapter lacks certain functionality to run software that relies on DirectX.
    For example Kodi won't run returning error 887A0004 - DXGIERRORUNSUPPORTED
    AFAIK this indicates that DirectX is not supported.
    As on Server 2019 the support for RemoteFX 3D has been deprecated, there seems to be no way to make it work.
    This is unacceptable. The graphics Adapter should be enhanced to support this.

    2 votes
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  2. Graphics adapter resolution

    We could not see an option to increase resolution on unsupported OS like Linux. So we are stuck with something like 1152x1024 and not 1920x1080 as it should be. This is year 2019 and there should be appropriate resolution options for actual displays.

    1 vote
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  3. GPU Partitioning

    DDA is awesome and great, but GPU partitioning needs to be on the road map. Live migration of GPU partitioned VMs too. Feature parity with vmWare and XenServer.

    8 votes
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  4. Hyper-V Default Microsoft Hyper-V Video Adapter

    Introduce a way to either completely remove the default 'Microsoft Hyper-V Video' adapter, or reassign it as a secondary adapter, when a DDA (SR-IOV) graphics adapter is being passed through to the VM.

    We have a Hyper-V Server 2016 with a Windows 10 Pro VM configured with a Direct Device Assignment (DDA) GPU passed through to the VM, which is working and numerous tests have demonstrated that the graphics card is indeed able to operate at native speeds while attached to the VM.

    The problem we're having is only OpenGL software calls work - Direct 3D doesn't work, and any…

    21 votes
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  5. Bare metal performance with vGPU with RDSH VMs

    DirectX and OpenGL Support for RDHS VMs

    17 votes
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  6. Windows Snap does not work with Hyper-V connections

    If you try to use Windows Snap the RDP session of a Hyper-V guest will minimize down to 3 icons.
    I recently bought a monitor with 21:9 thought I could snap 2 Hyper-V guest connections opened from Hyper-V MMC and use Windows Snap to put them side by side and scale.

    Nope! This is pretty bad design.

    1 vote
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  7. Windows 2016 + Win10 Ent Guest + RemoteFX => DPI setting not preserved


    1. Install Windows 2016 and enable RemoteFX, 2. Install Win10 Enterprise as guest with RemoteFX enabled, 3. Connect to the Win10Ent using Win10Pro client. BUG: the DPI setting on Win10Pro client is not passed through to Win10Ent VM. Note that DPI setting can be passed thru if RemoteFX is disabled.

    7 votes
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  8. Please vGPU without RDS

    For a person test , a lot of trouble to deploy Active Directory.

    9 votes
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