…We are now ready to actually install Server 2012 into this virtual machine.…The way we do that is to start the virtual machine.…In this case, the virtual machine is looking for a host drive to install from.…However if you'll remember,…we actually downloaded an ISO previously to install from.…So we need to go ahead and…browse the location where ISO is, and install from that.…Once we've done that, we just go ahead and click the ISO and then click Open.…
Now we can start the installation process.…As you'll notice,…as it begins doing the installation process, it adds a few notes at the top.…You can just go ahead and…just close those notes as they come up and not worry about them.…At this point, the installation process asks you for the language to install with.…I'm going to use English.…Now you click install now.…This screen can be a little bit tricky.…You'll notice we have both the standard and the data center versions of…this along with the gooey and a core install versions.…For our purposes, we want to choose the data center with the gooey version,…
Learn how to choose an edition that's right for your setup, install Windows Server 2012 and the VirtualBox drivers, and then configure the services and roles on your new server. Timothy also shows how to set up local storage and manage Windows Server in one of two ways: through the command line or with the simple admin interface that ships with Windows Server.
- Installing Windows Server 2012
- Installing VirtualBox drivers
- Configuring server roles
- Configuring services
- Configuring disk and file systems
- Using alternative administration methods
Skill Level Beginner
Q: Why can't I get my servers to talk to each other when I attempt to add a standalone computer virtual machine (VM) to my domain VM in VirtualBox?
A: Check the following settings if you are having this problem.
- Are your VMs' network adapters set to host-only?
- Do all your VMs have the correct IP address?
- Do all your VMs have the default gateway set to the same IP address of the host-only adapter in your domain controller VM?
- Is your DHCP server set up to manage the same IP address range of the IP address you are attempting to manually enter into your standalone server's VM?