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5nine Manager for Hyper-V v3.7

Manage Hyper-V like a Pro with NEW 5nine Manager v3.7.

October 29, 2013, Beverly, MA. - 5nine Software, the only agentless/host-based provider of security and management products for Windows Server and Hyper-V, has released NEW 5nine Manager for Hyper-V v3.7.

5nine Manager for Hyper-V v3.7 enables the user to manage different versions of multiple Microsoft hypervisors (2012 R2 / 2012 / 2008 R2 SP1) from one remote or local management console. It also provides a local GUI for Windows Server Core or Microsoft Hyper-V Server.

5nine Manager v3.7 is available with complimentary and full-featured licenses. Exciting new features in both versions include:

  • Generation 2 VM support for Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Virtual Disk Manager
  • IOPS throttling that allows for limiting I/O operations of an individual Virtual Machine to improve overall system performance
  • Create Virtual Machine Wizard

"5nine Software continues to improve Windows Server and Hyper-V management tools by adding new, useful features and supporting the latest Microsoft technologies,” said Dr. Konstantin Malkov, CTO of 5nine Software. “With this new version of 5nine Manager, we have added support of Windows Server 2012 R2 Generation 2 VMs as well as numerous other useful features."

For 5nine Manager v3.7 product description and feature information visit:

Download a complimentary version of 5nine Manager v3.7 from the company website at

An Annual Subscription License for the complete 5nine Software product line is available directly from 5nine at sales(at)5nine(dot)com or through our comprehensive global partner network.

If you have any questions, please contact 5nine Software Information at info(at)5nine(dot)com or via phone +44 (20) 7048-2021 from 7am to 5pm GMT.

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