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CANITPRO Camps have started with events already taking place across this great nation. Many who attend the said Camps are appreciative for the time made available through labs to learn the advantages hands on offerings such as Windows Server 2012 R2. Frequently the question in regards to how an attended can setup their own lab is brought forward. To setup your Windows Server 2012 R2 lab machine be sure to keep the following PC requirements in mind:
Step 1: Setting Up Your Lab
NOTE: This process installs Windows Server 2012 in a dual-boot scenario using Boot-to-VHD features in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. While this process isnot intended to disrupt your existing OS installation, these steps are for use at your own risk. No support or warranties are implied or provided.
Once completed, the fully fictional lab can now provide further assistance in your learning. To add, take advantage of Microsoft Virtual Academy to gain further insight and training on Microsoft's server OS offering.
can u do this on win home premium?//
The Boot from VHD is only supported from Windows Pro and Enterprise.