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:
net localgroup "Hyper-V Administrators" /add DOMAIN\UserGroup
net localgroup "Remote Management Users" /add DOMAIN\UserGroup
net localgroup "Remote Desktop Users" /add DOMAIN\UserGroup