Figure 7 1 Prompt to restart the server 4 Press Y The system restarts 5 Log on

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Figure 7-1 Prompt to restart the server 4. Press Y. The system restarts. 5. Log on to SVR-MBR-B using the adatum\Administrator account and the password Pa$$w0rd . The Server Manager console opens. 6. In the Server Manager console, select Manage > Add Roles and Features. The Add Roles and Features Wizard appears, displaying the Before you begin page. 7. Click Next. The Select Installation Type page appears. 8. Leave the Role-based or feature-based installation radio button selected and click Next. The Select Destination Server page appears. 9. Click Next to accept the default local server. The Select Server Roles page appears. 10. Click Next. The Select features page appears. 11. Expand Remote Server Administration Tools and Role Administration Tools and select the Hyper-V Management Tools check box. 12. Click Next. The Confirm installation selections page appears.
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MOAC 70-410 - Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 Lab Manual 13. Click Install. The Installation Progress page appears as the wizard installs the Hyper-V role. 14. Click Close. The Add Roles and Features Wizard closes. End of exercise. You can leave the windows open for the next exercise. Exercise 7.2Creating a Virtual MachineOverviewIn this exercise, you create a new virtual machine using the Hyper-V Manager console. MindsetHow does Hyper-V provide resources that are virtual equivalents of physical hardware? Completion time 10 minutes 1. On the SVR-MBR-B computer, which has the Server Manager console open, select Tools >Hyper-V Manager. The Hyper-V Manager console appears. 2. In the left pane, select the SVR-MBR-B node. 3. In the right pane, click New > Virtual Machine. The New Virtual Machine Wizard appears, displaying the Before You Begin page. 4. Click Next. The Specify Name and Location page appears. 5. In the Name text box, type Vmachine1 and click Next. The Assign Memory page appears. 6. In the Startup memory text box, type 128 and click Next. The Configure Networking page appears. Note The memory amounts used in this exercise are intended for demonstration purposes only. They are insufficient to run virtual machines with Windows guest operating systems. Question 1 Why are you unable to connect this virtual machine to a network? Because virtual switchers have not been configured yet. 7. Click Next. The Connect Virtual Hard Disk page appears.
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