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How to create a new virtual server from a template
1. Select the VMware vSphere Client shortcut on your desktop

2. Enter the right credentials (IP address / Name of the Server, User name,Password)

3. Certificate Warnings: Click Ignore to continue

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4. We can see the main screen of the server. If not, in the main select the options Home / Inventory / VMsand Templates

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5. On the left, under Templates, right click at ‘W2K8S R2 X64 – 792’ template and select Deploy Virtual Machine from this Template

6. Write thename for the server, and select the Inventory location for it.

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7. Select the cluster on which the server will be created. For this case, there is one: ‘vSphere 00’8. Select the host from the cluster as the image shows

9. Select the Datastore from the virtual machine will be stored

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10. Disk format: Select Thinprovisioned format (allocating full size now and committing on demand)

11. Customize the virtual machine using the wizard

12. In name, and organization type ‘Terremark Worldwide’

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13. Use the virtual machine name for creating a NetBIOS name

14. A product Key is not required, and select Per seat

15. Write a password for the local Administrator account, and setto 1 the number of times to logon automatically.

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16. Select the correct time zone

17. Click Next

18. In the Network section, select Custom settingsTerremark Worldwide

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19. Configure the NIC

20. Introduce the right network parameters

21. Select workgroup (the addition to the domain will be later)

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Page 8 22. You need to generate a new SID. This is due to the new virtual machine was created from a template (a previously existing virtual machine)

23. Click Next

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