Lab_7.pptx - COMP CO910 Introduction To Networking Module 7 Lab Tasks For today\u2019s lab you should have a total of(2 virtual disk image.vdi files(1

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COMP CO910Introduction To Networking
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Module 7 Lab
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Tasks- For today’s lab, you should have a total of (2) virtual disk image (*.vdi)files- (1) version of your Microsoft Windows image (a copy)- (1) version of your Microsoft Windows Server image (a copy)- Create (2) separate virtual machines using your above copied images.Do not use your original Guest OS installations. Those virtualdisk image (*.vdi) files are not to be modified for the rest of this course- Specifications for each virtual machine are documented over the next (2)slides
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Virtual Machine # 1(Specifications)Virtual Machine Name: Microsoft WindowsOperating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)Memory: 2048 MBStorage Controllers:Quantity: 1Type: SATA ControllerSATA Port 0: {a copyof a Microsoft Windowsimage)SATA Port 1: {an optical CD/DVD-ROM storage device}Network Adapters:Quantity: 1Attached to: Internal Network(Network Name: intnet)Floppy Disk: {Removed}Shared Clipboard: BidirectionalProcessors: 2Video Memory: 128 MB
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Virtual Machine # 2(Specifications)Virtual Machine Name: Microsoft Windows ServerOperating System: Microsoft Windows Server 2016 (64-bit)Memory: 2048 MBStorage Controllers:Quantity: 1Type: SATA ControllerSATA Port 0: {a copyof a Microsoft Windows Serverimage)SATA Port 1: {an optical CD/DVD-ROM storage device}Network Adapters:Quantity: 1Attached to: Internal Network(Network Name: intnet)Floppy Disk: {Removed}Shared Clipboard: BidirectionalProcessors: 2Video Memory: 128 MB
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Tasks- Startup the (Microsoft Windows Server) virtual machine, and sign on tothe Guest OS using the administratoraccount’s security credentials- On the (Microsoft Windows Server) Guest OS, change the IP addresssettings from a dynamic configuration, to a static configuration. Use the IPaddress of (10.10.10.10) and a subnet mask of (255.255.255.0)- Startup the (Microsoft Windows) virtual machine, and sign on to theGuest OS using the localuseraccount’s security credentials- On the (Microsoft Windows) Guest OS, change the IP addresssettings from a dynamic configuration, to a static configuration. Use the IPaddress of (10.10.10.15), a subnet mask of (255.255.255.0), and a DNSserver address of (10.10.10.10)- Verify network connectivity between the (2) Guest OSes
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Tasks- On the (Microsoft Windows Server) Guest OS, install the(DNS Server) server role. DO NOT INSTALLthe(AD DS: Active Directory) server role, as for today’s lab you will onlyneed to resolve hostnames and FQDN values to IP addresses. Youwill also want to retain the local SAM database for the node* * * AND AT THE SAME TIME * * *- On the (Microsoft Windows Server) Guest OS, install the
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