5 hours 8 minutes
so as ever. You know, I love my questions. Guys,
Get your thinking. Hats on.
is hyper V server?
I hope everyone knows this one. I said it enough during this lights. I really I Yeah, I couldn't have made it more obvious on this one. Say,
please, help me out. Price. How much is hyper V server? Yes, Sandy. 10 points.
It is free. It is absolutely free.
But not the guest operating systems,
If you're gonna run guest operating systems on it, which you would
if Yeah, *** lag Eric time that like Yeah,
that's Ah. Remember that one? Yeah, it was lag. It wasn't me thinking too much. So, yeah, if you're the server itself is free. But if you're gonna run the guest operating systems on top
into how many guests operating system virtual machines can Windows server support?
I know we discussed Windows server on Windows Server Data Center.
So yes, Eric, for question one, you could use the evil version of the software for the guest the West, and it is free ish, but it is Time limited. And I
guys, how many guests operating system virtual machines can Windows server support? This is the standard window, So Yes, Eric. 10 points to you, my friend. Absolutely. It is too.
Licenses are also included. This is the key thing here. You don't have to have two licenses. Toe run those virtual machines, you get them included in the price of Windows Server. It's really nice. You get to little kind of capital license keys that you can just drop into the Viet. It's really nice to have
question three final question, guys. I appreciate you sticking with me. We are. We are coming up on time. What is the default network and why is it convenient? What does it do? This is the last thing we discussed
on Did show you a little bit of a kind of caught a glimpse of it in the quick create.
What is it
and why would it be so convenient?
So there was three little letters in capitals right next to it, which are the key element I'm looking for here. If someone can figure it out, but effectively, that's I can't even say it. I almost gave the answer. I Come on. Yes, Sandy, you're on the board with this absolutely brilliant
is the default nap network is, and that enabled virtual switch.
And the key thing with this is that it allows immediate external access to virtual machines. I am going to go through all the different types of virtual switches you can get, but yes, absolutely. This is an external access, immediate virtual immediate access to the external network for virtual machines. Nice and easy.
Choose D folk
clique star on that machines on the network. No messing around. It will just go off. Find a d. H cp set itself up like any other machine on your network. So if you have a router on your home network and you could hook it to a default network, the router will respond and give the virtual machine its own. I p address
so really smart on again. It's only available in Windows 10.
That's the key thing.
options available for installed.
But what? That what you can do on different versions and how much it's gonna cost or not how much it's gonna cost. But they're kind of the staggered costing. So if you're on hyper V server, it's free. But you need to guess the West licenses. If you're a window serving, you get two free. And if you're a data center, you have more money than sense or you have a really cool boss.
He's got your data center version,
but you have unlimited operating system licenses on that. You can make many as you like,
and you just keep making them. No problem at all.
that is the end for today. I'm gonna flick this over to my full screen camera.
There you go
on. If you guys wanna ask me any questions, anything that might have come up that maybe you didn't quite get If there's anything that maybe I
maybe you might have a more advanced question that we wouldn't cover as a foundation level. That's also really, absolutely find to ask as well. Otherwise, for Session three next week,
we're gonna be installing
getting hyper V upon running. Get your hyper V manager open. We're gonna build a network on We're gonna build a virtual machine, start to finish
to the point where we have a working environment with the operating system up and running. So you have your machine and then you have a virtual machine on top of it.
But I'll give you guys a couple of minutes toe. If you have any questions or anything like that, I'm happy to answer whatever you want to throw at me on. Biff. It is something that's coming up in one of the future sessions. I will ask you to just be a little more patient. I'm no, I'm okay with kind of going over it a little bit now, but I don't wanna
The problem is that if it's a leading question and I give you a leading answer, you'll want to know more. And then we could end up doing session three right now. And I'm pretty sure my producer is not gonna like that because he probably needs a break as well. So keep that in. Right.
So you guys is an absolute blast. I'm loving doing these sessions with you guys, and I love the fact that you guys are engaging with me as well.
So Eric has asked Will Cyber would be throwing up the archives of previous lessons. I imagine they probably will let me check, actually, because I have,
um Let's see here. Yes, we've got She got to get an answer for you on their, um either Matt or
guys. Someone at Cyberia who wants to throw up the answer to that one, please. The official answer. But I believe there will be archives of the previous lessons. I can't imagine. Cyber. We won't.
Don't be silly.
what should the ram off the Windows 10 machine? What should be the ram of the Windows 10 machine? So
if you're talking about the Windows 10 machine that you're gonna run the next session on to do the hyper V,
there's no really as long as it runs Windows 10 I would say it's It's fine. We're not gonna be. We're certainly not going to be. I'm not gonna be expecting you to run any kind of intensive applications.
It would, as long as it is
running windows sent to a decent standard. Nothing That's fine. If you're talking about what what the ram of Windows 10 should be. If it's a guest operating system,
it's just the minimum requirements you would normally find with Windows 10. Generally, I would say no for a client machine. This is kind of my own environments at work
for a client machine. I wouldn't go below a gig. So just for the booting stage, it will ask for more using dynamic memory if it needs it.
I wouldn't go below a gig just to boot the machine,
and I wouldn't go below to gig to boot a server operating system as well.
Anything. Lower the nose and you'll find that either the servers tend to have trouble, and they kind of grind on the dynamic memory system once they start to kind of blew up on the operating system. Takes over or they flat out. Just don't work like you'll be waiting a good sort of 15 minutes just to get to the log in screen type thing.
So, yeah, I would say, Don't go below those If you're talking about guest operating systems. If you're talking about the host,
the more memory bear. Really, it's a host environment. It's only going to use the memory that it needs or that you ask it to take. So even if you're building your virtual machine, you could just tell it to take less.
But I'm hoping I mean memory nowadays isn't really expensive, so I'm hoping that that's not really an issue I'm hoping most people now should have at least solve
a gig of RAM in their machine. Maybe even four if it's a little bit older. But even before you could probably give a client machine a gig and your son your your machine won't be using all four gigs. Generally, most operating systems will sit around Sof
three gig nowadays Just kind of idle on it on. Don't start using paging files anyway, if you do ask for more. So that's not really an issue.
All right, guys, um, I am.
I think I've done, um so that should be it. Let me check here.
Should be Yeah, absolutely everything. Yeah. Thank you guys for for
dealing with, actually creating the virtual switch. And then we're gonna hook that virtual switch on to a virtual machine, and we go through all the settings and make sure that what we've learned what we've learned from the first session what we've learned from this session today, we're gonna turn it all together into one giant big ball of virtual amazing nous.
Amazing nous nous. Whatever is Andi? Andi, just
make it work. Effectively. Do it. Make. We're here to learn and make things work effectively. So thank you so much. I hope you've enjoyed this on Dhe. I hope that,
uh, you join me for the next one,
Brennan. Until then. Take care, guys.