Tag: Test Labs

February 23, 2013

Building an Exchange 2013 LAB Environment using Windows Server 2012 from scratch – Part 5: Installing your first Exchange 2013 Server…

As a quick re-cap from what we have covered so far in this series: Part 1 We established our domain design, covered how to provision the Domain Controller for the LAB in Hyper-V and then how to install Windows Server 2012 on the Domain Controller. Part 2 We went through the process of installing Active […]

January 20, 2013

Building an Exchange 2013 LAB Environment using Windows Server 2012 from scratch – Part 3: Active Directory Domain Controller: CA Installation…

In the previous two parts of this series I took you through building a Windows 2012 server on Hyper-V Server and then in the second part took you through the process of installing Active Directory Domain Services. For reference these two posts are here and here. In this part of the series I would like […]

January 19, 2013

Building an Exchange 2013 LAB Environment using Windows Server 2012 from scratch – Part 1: Active Directory Domain Controller O/S Install…

Times change, people change – and as well all know, technology changes as well. The last part of that sentence could not be more true of Windows, Active Directory and Exchange Server recently. Back in the day (from around 2000 / 2001) – you could set up a working Active Directory / Exchange environment up […]

November 13, 2011

The new test lab is born…

Ok, so last weekend I was happily messing around in my Exchange test lab, then as Elzar from Futurama would say “Bam” the Exchange 2010 virtual server that I am working on dumps me out of RDP and will not let me back in. I tried to ping the said Exchange Server – no reply, […]

April 17, 2011

Exchange 2010–Recommended VMWARE LAB Specification

I thought that I would do a Quick VMWare LAB sizing post (to complement my Prerequisites post for Exchange 2010) for all of you whom are considering (or indeed working with) Exchange 2010 within a VMWARE Server (or perhaps any other version of VMWARE) LAB environment. To a certain extent, I do accept that some […]

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