4 Click Next The Specify Name and Location page appears 5 In the Name text box

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4. Click Next. The Specify Name and Location page appears. 5. In the Name text box, type Vmachine1 and click Next. The Specify Generation page appears. 6. Click Next. The Assign Memory page appears. 7. In the Startup memory text box, type 32 and then 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. Question1Why are you unable to connect this virtual machine to a network?
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MOAC 70-410 - Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 Lab Manual 8. Click Next. The Connect Virtual Hard Disk page appears. 9. Click Next. The Installation Options page appears. 10. Click Next. The Completing the New Virtual Machine Wizard page appears. 11. Click Finish. The wizard creates the new virtual machine, and it appears in the Hyper-V Manager console. End of exercise. You can leave the windows open for the next exercise. Question 2 Why would a virtual machine in this default configuration fail to boot if you were to start it? Again there is no OS, there is hardware but no software . Lab Challenge Creating a VM with Windows PowerShell Overview To complete this challenge, you must create a virtual machine using Windows PowerShell commands, as you would on a Server Core installation. Completion time 10 minutes Create a new Generation 2 Hyper-V virtual machine named Vmachine2 , with a 127 GB virtual hard disk and 512 MB of startup memory using the same default settings as the one you created with the New Virtual Machine Wizard in Exercise 7.2. Write out the Windows PowerShell command(s) that will execute the required settings. Then, take a screen shot of the Hyper-V Manager console showing the two VMs you created, Vmachine1 and Vmachine2, by pressing Alt+Prt Scr, and then paste the resulting image into the Lab 7 worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V. End of exercise. You can leave the windows open for the next exercise. Exercise 7.3 Configuring Dynamic Memory Overview In this exercise, you configure your virtual machine to use Dynamic
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MOAC 70-410 - Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 Lab Manual Memory, enabling it to assign itself additional memory as needed. Mindset How can you tell how much memory a virtual machine needs at any given time? Completion time 10 minutes 1. On the SERVERB computer, in the Hyper-V Manager console, select the Vmachine1 virtual machine you created previously and, in the right pane, click Settings. The Settings for Vmachine1 on SERVERB dialog box appears.
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