Hyper-V gives you the option to specify a floppy disk image, but I think I never ever used that.
So in my setup script for a new machine I always have a line to disable that drive because it annoys me in Explorer:
devcon.exe disable FDC\GENERIC_FLOPPY_DRIVE*Devcon is a Microsoft tool but is not part of the OS. You can download it from support.microsoft.com
With Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10, you don't need that anymore, because we now have the PnPDevice cmdlets, now I can use:
Get-PnpDevice -Class FloppyDisk | Disable-PnpDevice -Confirm:$falseNow I have to find out whether DSC has a resource for this as well.