Adding non-privileged users as Hyper-V Administrators


These three commands will allow you to grant Hyper-V VM management permissions to non-privileged or quasi-privileged users, i.e. users who won’t inherit these particular rights automatically.

This is useful for Hyper-V Server where you wont have a GUI to perform user/group changes, and if you can’t use Group Policy to achieve the same results. This will allow the specified users¬†to connect from a remote Hyper-V Manager console.¬†

On the HV to be managed, run:


List users with UPN’s that don’t match their email address.

List users with UPN’s that don’t match their email address.

Consistency saves confusion when performing migrations, ADFS password resets, logging in to O365, etc.