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  • Blog Post: Three Types of Base Configurations

    Hey TLG fans, It is time clarify the different types of base configurations for Test Lab Guide (TLG) content. The base configuration is the standard starting point from which you can build test labs based on other TLGs from Microsoft, test lab extensions in the TechNet Wiki, or a test lab of your...
  • Blog Post: Two new TLGs for the new Public Cloud TLG stack

    Hey TLG and public cloud technology fans, Prolific TLG author Bill Mathers just published two new TLGs: Test Lab Guide: Creating a Windows Azure AD and Windows Server AD Environment This TLG configures Directory Synchronization (DirSync) with password synchronization between the CORP AD DS domain...
  • Blog Post: New Windows Server 2012 base configuration test lab for public cloud technologies

    To enable the use of public cloud technologies, such as Office 365 or Windows Azure, with test lab guide environments, I published the Configuring the Corpnet Subnet of the Base Configuration Test Lab for Public Cloud Technologies . This base configuration uses computers running Windows Server 2008 R2...
  • Blog Post: Corpnet subnet configuration for public cloud technologies is now available

    The original design of the Base Configuration test lab was for two subnets (Corpnet and Internet) that were isolated from a production environment. These isolated subnets were an ideal environment in which you had ultimate control to demonstrate and experiment without having to deal with the configuration...