Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Installing a guest OS, part of Windows Server 2016: Configure Hyper-V.
- [Instructor] Once we've installed the Hyper V role…and we've created our virtual machines,…connected it to virtual switches, and virtual hard drives,…well, it's time to install an operating system…on that virtual machine.…So, to demonstrate this…here I'm on a Windows Server 2016 computer.…It already has the Hyper V role installed.…So, in the Server Manager let's go up to the Tools menu…and select the Hyper V Manager.…
Here in the Hyper V Manager…you'll see here that we have HOST-1,…which is our Hyper V host,…which has our virtual machines,…and on this host we have a virtual machine called Demo VM,…and you'll see right here that it says that a VM is off.…Now, before we turn it on,…let's make sure that it is set up and ready…to install an operating system.…So, to do this I'm going to right click on the VM,…and go to its settings.…
So, a couple things that I want to point out here.…You want to make sure that you have…the correct amount of memory…that you want to have for this machine.…We had set up this machine to run on two gig of RAM.…
This course maps to the third domain of Exam 70-743, Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA: Windows Server 2016—Implement Hyper-V.
- Installing the Hyper-V role
- Creating virtual switches and virtual machines
- Installing a guest OS
- Managing checkpoints
- Implementing storage migration
- Implementing live migration