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Getting Started with Nano Server by Charbel Nemnom

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Deploying Nano Server in a VM

Before we deploy Nano Server in a virtual machine, we need to create a Nano Server image. You can do this using PowerShell or using Nano Server image builder. In this chapter, we will use Windows PowerShell. For a more thorough explanation of deployment and configuration options for Nano Server, see Chapter 2, Getting Started with Nano Server.

First, you need to have a Windows Server 2016 or Windows 10 machine. Upon doing so, you'll have to create a folder on the machine that you can use to store the items to be used for the Nano Server creation process. For instance, you might create a folder named C:\NanoServer. After creating this folder, there are four resources you must have saved to that folder. These resources ...

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