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Lab 1 Installing Servers This lab contains the following exercises and activities: Exercise 1.1 Exercise 1.2 Exercise 1.3 Lab Challenge Performing a Clean Installation Performing an Upgrade Installation Installing Windows Server Migration Tools (WSMT) Accessing a WSMT Distribution Point Exercise 1.1 Performing a Clean Installation Overview In this exercise, you install Windows Server 2012 on a new computer with no previously installed operating system. Mindset In many cases, organizations purchase servers without operating systems installed—sometimes called bare metal servers—either because they have an existing license agreement or because they intend to purchase the OS through another channel. In these cases, you…show more content…
Question4 The compatibility notes that appear during this exercise are recommendations; they do not prevent you from performing the upgrade. However, in a real-world upgrade situation, this might not be the case. Give an example of a compatibility note that will stop the upgrade process and force you to take action before restarting the installation. 13. Click Local Server in the left pane, take a screen shot of the Properties window by pressing Alt+Prt Scr, and then paste it into your Lab 1worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V. [copy screen shot over this text] 14. Using Server Manager, determine which roles are installed on the server and make a note of them in the space on your worksheet. Question5 What proof do you have that the procedure just completed has upgraded the operating system on the computer and not just performed a new, clean installation? Exercise 1.3 Installing Windows Server Migration Tools Overview In this exercise, you install the Windows Server Migration Tools, which enable you to migrate roles from an existing server to a new server running Windows Server 2012. Mindset Compared to an in-place upgrade, a side-to-side migration is a more complex procedure, but usually results in a more stable server configuration. Windows Server 2012 includes tools that facilitate the migration of certain roles, but before you can
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