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Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico
Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department
COE 5331 - Computer Network Lab

Lab 1: OS Installation

Prof. Nelson Reyes
Due: April 13th, 2012
Introduction

In this laboratory we will be installing an operating system. We The chosen OS is Windows2008R2. Following installation the machine will have an administrator account created. Also we will learn and understand Hypervisor technologies (Windows Hyper-V).

Objective

Provide the student with the knowledge of installing Operating System and virtualization technologies. This is essential information for decision making of which OS and implementation is the correct choice in different situations. Configure the OS for duplication/replication process and or deployment.

Procedure

Procedure for preparing Windows Vista/Windows 2008/R2 :

1. Install Windows Vista /Windows 2008/R2 on a master computer. 2. Log on to the computer as an administrator. 3. Run Sysprep 4. Select OOBE and Generalize. 5. Shutdown the computer 6. Create link machines (VMWare) or Disk difference (VirtualPC Hyper-V).

Final Results

• Successfully installed Windows2008R2 in Hyper-V. • Created a virtual hard disk Size 20GB. • Cloned Windows2008R2 twice.
Questions

1. Describe the purpose of each operating system.

• Windows 2003- comes in a number of editions, each targeted towards a particular size and type of business. In general, all variants of Windows Server 2003 have the ability to share files and printers, act as an application server, and host message queues, provide email services, authenticate users, act as an X.509 certificate server, provide LDAP directory services, serve streaming media, and to perform…...

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