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    Tutorial: Setting up an isolated Hyper-V Lab environment

    Dear All,

    I am very much a learning network manager (although aren't we all?) and for ages I've been looking for something to help me set up an isolated Hyper-V lab. Something I can test new applications with and something I can break, that won't interfere with my main network yet has the convenience of being installed so it can access the internet.

    Well I've finally found a great tutorial that I've just finished with a lot of success. The website has some formatting problems, and if you want to view the images you have to open them up in a new tab and change the URL so it doesn't try to access through https but these issues are outweighed by how helpful the four step tutorial was.

    Here's the link - enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by basicchannel View Post
    The website has some formatting problems
    Guide looks good, but I think the broken links would seriously put a lot of people off.

    Btw, I found that I could get the images to appear if I made the URLs relative by completely removing the 'HTTPS:'. i.e.

    Code:
    <img src="//prescriptiveit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/010412_2342_BuildHyperV1.png">
    rather than...

    Code:
    <img src="https://prescriptiveit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/010412_2342_BuildHyperV1.png">
    Screenshot (click to make bigger)


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    Cheers for the advice. I agree that the formatting would put people off, but in my case it was beggars can't do the choosin'. If anyone has anything better I'd really like to take a peek.

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