Learn how to open and use the Template Designer in Virtual Machine Manager. The designer allows you to see a graphical representation of the configuration you just created and to make customizations if necessary.
- [Instructor] In a previous video, we imported…our template that we had downloaded from Microsoft.…Now we can see the template in our virtual machine manager.…And we're going to right-click on it…and choose to open the designer…to see a graphical view of how the template looks.…Let's scroll down a little bit.…You see at the top it says, Windows Server 2012.…But don't worry about that…because we are using Windows Server 2016.…There just hasn't been a script written for 2016 as of yet.…If we click on the very top,…we can see the name of the server, the owner, et cetera.…
We can also make some changes,…such as, if we wanted to, we could go down…to where it says owner and click select,…and we can change to a different owner.…If we click the middle box, the larger box,…then we can change even more things,…such as, we can change the name,…the prevent this virtual machine…from being migrated automatically.…And that would keep that server on the host server…where it is, so we know where it is at all times.…We could uncheck that and allow it…
Note: This course is the second of two that cover SDN in a Server 2016 network. This course maps to the SDN deployment objectives in Exam 70-745.
- Determining usage scenarios
- Virtual Machine Manager
- Downloading a service template for the HA gateway
- Copying and importing a script to a library
- Creating a Scale-Out File Server
- Creating a cluster
- Configuring deployment
- Navigating to the job status logs
- Accessing deployment log files