Setting Virtual Machine's guest OS IP address from Hyper-V host returns Unspecified error (0x80004005)

Hello,
I need to inject IP address of VM's guest OS residing on Hyper-V host with Windows Server 2012 R2, from the host itself
Guest OS is also Windows Server 2012 R2.
In a powershell script I use SetGuestNetworkAdapterConfiguration method (link on
MSDN). It works when the IP and default gateway are from the same subnet, but it returns an error when IP and Default Gateway are from different subnets.
__GENUS : 2
__CLASS : __PARAMETERS
__SUPERCLASS :
__DYNASTY : __PARAMETERS
__RELPATH :
__PROPERTY_COUNT : 2
__DERIVATION : {}
__SERVER :
__NAMESPACE :
__PATH :
Error : <INSTANCE CLASSNAME="Msvm_Error"><PROPERTY NAME="CIMStatusCode" TYPE="uint32"><VALUE>1</VALUE></PROPERTY><PROPERTY
NAME="CIMStatusCodeDescription" TYPE="string"></PROPERTY><PROPERTY NAME="ErrorSource" TYPE="string"></PROPERTY><PROPERTY
NAME="ErrorSourceFormat" TYPE="uint16"><VALUE>0</VALUE></PROPERTY><PROPERTY NAME="ErrorType"
TYPE="uint16"><VALUE>4</VALUE></PROPERTY><PROPERTY NAME="Message" TYPE="string"><VALUE>The operation
failed.</VALUE></PROPERTY><PROPERTY.ARRAY NAME="MessageArguments" TYPE="string"><VALUE.ARRAY></VALUE.ARRAY></PROPERTY.ARRAY><PROPERTY
NAME="MessageID" TYPE="string"><VALUE>16010</VALUE></PROPERTY><PROPERTY NAME="OtherErrorSourceFormat" TYPE="string"></PROPERTY><PROPERTY
NAME="OtherErrorType" TYPE="string"></PROPERTY><PROPERTY NAME="OwningEntity"
TYPE="string"><VALUE>Microsoft-Windows-Hyper-V-VMMS</VALUE></PROPERTY><PROPERTY NAME="PerceivedSeverity"
TYPE="uint16"><VALUE>5</VALUE></PROPERTY><PROPERTY NAME="ProbableCause" TYPE="uint16"><VALUE>0</VALUE></PROPERTY><PROPERTY
NAME="ProbableCauseDescription" TYPE="string"></PROPERTY><PROPERTY.ARRAY NAME="RecommendedActions"
TYPE="string"></PROPERTY.ARRAY></INSTANCE>
ReturnValue : 0
PSComputerName :
If I set IP address manually from guest OS, then I receive a warning window about default gateway being in another subnet than IP address, but I can choose to continue and the IP address/default gateway got configured.
However, in the parameters of SetGuestNetworkAdapterConfiguration there is no such an switch 
uint32 SetGuestNetworkAdapterConfiguration(
[in]   CIM_ComputerSystem REF ComputerSystem,
[in]   string NetworkConfiguration[],
[out]  CIM_ConcreteJob REF Job
Please advise on workaround.
Thanks,
Andrei
Andrei Moraru Endava

Hi,
Please refer to the following post to see whether you can resolve the issue.
Network Adapter (not Legacy) does not work on Virtual Machine after installation through ISO
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/windowsserver2008r2virtualization/thread/b1e9d24c-e298-472e-ad72-90cf079f6fbd
By the way, did you only encounter this issue with one VM or all VMs? Please do the same test on VMs with other version of Windows such as Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2003.
Best Regards,
Vincent Hu

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