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Activity 1-1 Installing Windows Vista. We will accomplish this task using a Virtual Server to host the Windows Vista applications. Each student is assigned a Virtual machine. The following must be accomplished before beginning the activity: 1. Create a VPN connection to the Mt. Vernon Network lab. (see VPN104.doc Document) 2. Using Windows Internet Explorer, navigate to http://192.168.10.11:1024 3. Log in using your username and password (the same one you use with Blackboard and mysvc). 4. Find your assigned machine named: 104 Vista xx (xx is your assigned student number). Click on the Remote View icon of your assigned virtual computer. This will “Power On” the machine. 5. Click on the arrow after the machine name, from the menu that appears, click on Remote Control. 6. You are now looking at the virtual machine starting up. To move your curser out of the remote control window, press the alt key on the right side of the keyboard, then move your mouse. The mouse does not work well during the initial installation. When
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possible, I suggest using the keyboard to make selections.
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