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Getting Started with Nano Server by Charbel Nemnom

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Copying the new Nano Server images to the host machines

Copy the VHDX files that you created earlier to each respective host machine and configure each machine to boot from the new VHDX by performing the following steps.

The tasks described in this example assume that the servers will be used for Hyper-V cluster, the nodes are booted into an existing Windows Server operating system, and they are accessible to the network. We are using dual-boot from VHDX:

  1. Log in as administrator on the Host machines that will be part of the Hyper-V cluster system.
  2. Mount the VHDX. If you are using Windows Explorer, the mount is carried out by right-clicking on the VHDX file and mount. In this example, it is mounted under E:\
  1. Open Windows PowerShell as administrator ...

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