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Getting Started with Nano Server by Charbel Nemnom

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Creating and deploying Nano Server images

This section describes how to create the Nano Server VHD(X) file to be used on physical machines using the pre-installed device drivers. We need to create a VHD(X) that includes the OEM drivers, storage, and failover clustering features including SCVMM packages, and that enables remote management and emergency management services.

Nano Server on a bare-metal (physical machine) can be deployed using multiple options; please refer to Chapter 3, Deploying Nano Server in a Virtual Machine and on Physical Hardware, for the complete details. In this guide, we will use the boot from VHDX option.

Please refer to the Deploying Nano Server as compute host section at the beginning of this chapter for more information. ...

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