Choose 3 to add a local administrator with the name and password of the administrator on your Windows 10 workstation. This is an important step and you MUST add another user that matches the account you use on your workstation. DO NOT TRY THIS WITH THE BUILT IN ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT. Download and install RSAT for Windows 10 at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=45520 . After this enable Hyper-V Management from ‘Turn Windows features on or off’. Run DCOMCNFG as administrator. Right click My Computer and choose properties. Choose the COM Security tab and then Edit Limits Make sure ANONYMOUS LOGON has allow permissions for Remote Access. Restart the workstation. Open a Powershell command and run it as administrator. Run .\notepad.exe C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts and update the hosts file with the name and IP address of your server In a default installation of Windows 10 Windows Remote Management does not start automatically. You need to change that and start the service. Go back to the Powershell prompt and type Set-Item WSMan:\localhost\Client\TrustedHosts -Value ServerName -Force From the Server Manager (it should be listed in the Start Menu because you installed RSAT) choose Manage and Add Servers. Type the name of your server and add it. Click OK. There is our Hyper-V server listed. Open Hyper-V Manager and choose Connect to Server… Type in the name of your server and click OK. There we are, we can now manage our Hyper-V Core Server. If you want to be able to browse to the hard disk of your Hyper-V server by connecting to \\hyperv\c$ you need to install File and Storage Services and you can do that from your Server Manager on your Windows 10 Management workstation! If you need to manage more stuff you will need to change the Firewall settings on the HYPERV core server. This is another article to be released soon.