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A frequent question asked at every #CANITPRO Camp I have attended has been how one would setup their own lab. This process is easy to do and will provide you a tool to try out many of the Step-By-Step posts listed here on the #CANITPRO blog. To setup your Windows Server 2012 lab machine be sure to keep the following PC requirements in mind:
Setting Up Your Lab
NOTE: This process installs Windows Server 2012 in a dual-boot scenario using Boot-to-VHDfeatures in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. While this process isnot intended to disrupt your existing OS installation, these steps are for useat your own risk. No support or warranties are implied or provided.
For those who have attended a #CANITPRO camp, you've noticed that we currently use Dell Vostro or Dimension notebooks for all labs. This is optimal if you plan to learning as you travel but is not necessary. Alternatively, you could have a chance in winning your lab computer by participating in free Microsoft offered Virtual Academy. To have a chance to win an HP EliteBook Revolve and two chances to win 400 Microsoft Points enter here. Complete two TechNet evaluations, and take the selected Microsoft Virtual Academy courses for your chance at a $5,000 grand prize.
can u do this on win home premium?//
The Boot from VHD is only supported from Windows Pro and Enterprise.