My co worker Chris Mayo just put this post up on his blog. He does a bunch around UC and development on that platform. Check out this series of post he is doing so you can setup a UC environment to start development on.
In my previous post, I mentioned that it’s possible to use Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services and Remote Desktop Connection to provide a virtualized development environment for OCS 2007 R2, Exchange 2007 and the UC R2 platform SDKs. Over the next few posts, I’ll walk you through how to set up that environment based on the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 VHDs.
This environment has a couple of pros and cons:
In this post, I’ll provide a step by step process for building the Terminal Services machine. Grab a cup of coffee and let’s get started:
1. Set up the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 VHDs per the instructions included with those virtual machines.
2. Start Hyper-V Manager by selecting Start, All Programs, Administrative Tools and Hyper-V Manager.
3. Start the DC virtual machine by selecting it in the Virtual Machines list, right-click and select Start.
4. Select your host computer in the list of Hyper-V servers on the left of Hyper-V manager and select New, Virtual Machine.
See Chris Mayo’s post for the rest of the detailed sets!!
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