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comment Cannot connect to Hyper-V Virtual Machine
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 I've updated my question with further information.
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comment Cannot connect to Hyper-V Virtual Machine
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 What do you mean by "console"? The command prompt or the MMC (pictured above)? How can I log into the VM? Everything is done via RDP as far as I'm aware (including connecting through the MMC).
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@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 I know how to ping something, but I can't anything which tells me what the guest IP address might be? As Windows 8 configured the XP device, and as it previously worked fine, I can assume RDP is enabled and there's no firewall issues there.
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@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 The VM worked great several months ago (as the screenshot clearly shows). How do I ping the VM?
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comment Limited pixel values in layer effects and styles (Photoshop)
A 2m x 2m 150dpi file would print 4m x 4m. Are you sure you've calculated this correctly?
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comment Limited pixel values in layer effects and styles (Photoshop)
At 1m x 1m you shouldn't be working at 300dpi. No poster of that size, or larger, that you see printed anywhere (film posters, banners, etc) is ever worked on at that resolution. You should be working 50% or 25% of the original, and indicate to your printers that you want it printed 1m x 1m. Keep any vector elements (eg. fonts) as vector, and they will remain pin-sharp once printed fullsize.
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@magicandre1981 Over the phone...?