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Last week at the Microsoft Management Summit 2012 (MMS 2012) in Las Vegas, we announced the official product name and editions for Windows 8 client as well as the official name of the server counterpart - Windows Server 2012 (formerly Windows Server “8”). Now, we have not yet updated all of the web pages that say Windows Server “8” Beta to Windows Server 2012 but that is happening slowly but surely. However, we know that many of you want to try your hands at the new server operating system but can’t always commit to a machine to install and get familiar with it. Well, you’re in luck!
We have just released a whole series of Windows Server “8” Beta/Windows Server 2012 virtual hands-on labs that allow you to try out various capabilities of Windows Server 2012 without leaving your desk. All you need is an internet connection, a supported browser, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, or even Windows 8 Consumer preview, and administrator permissions on your computer to install the hands-on lab client the first time. Full system requirements for the virtual labs can be found here.
Once you have confirmed your computer meets the lab requirements, you can launch any of the labs available, including:
We will be adding more labs as well, so keep going back to the Windows Server “8” Beta/Windows Server 2012 virtual hands-on labs page for the latest updates.