This one is great news for those of us that have migrated to vSphere 5 or have held of on migrating. vSphere 5 introduced the idea of memory based licensing and it sent their customer base into a spin. In vSphere 4.1 if you had all the RAM on 128GB server with two sockets, you [...]
In Part 1 and Part 2 we looked at deploying the start of an Active Directory using Vmware Player for testing purposes. In Part 3 we’ll look at deploying additional virtual machines and promoting them to domain members.
In Part 1 we installed Vmware Player and installed Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise into a virtual machine. In this second part, we’ll look at setting up another virtual machine and deploying our first domain controller for the testing environment.
Following a number of requests, I have written a tutorial on setting up a Windows 2008 testing environment. Part 1 looks at installing Vmware Player and setting up the first virtual machine
9/26/12 •Binary tutorial; not what you’d expect.
2/09/12 •[TUTORIAL] Windows 2008 testing environment using Vmware Player part 3
1/27/12 •[TUTORIAL] Windows 2008 testing environment using Vmware Player part 2
1/27/12 •[TUTORIAL] Windows 2008 testing environment using Vmware Player part 1
4/03/09 •[TUTORIAL] Failure to Enter Maintenance Mode
3/11/09 •[TUTORIAL] Boot ESX 3i from USB key
12/12/08 •[TUTORIAL] Force Virtual Machine to shutdown
12/11/08 •iSCSI security
12/10/08 •[PRACTICE] Fixed length subnet masking #2
12/08/08 •[PRACTICE] Fixed length subnet masking #1