After the installation of the two wsv patches, the virtualization environment becomes available in the Server Manager, allowing virtual machines to be set up and installed.
The servers can be managed either remotely or locally.
The inconspicuous menu entry "New" in the top right-hand corner lets you create a new virtual machine
Another wizard helps you set up a virtual machine. This process only takes a few minutes. Just enter the size of the virtual machines RAM, hard drive and network adapters, and you’re all set.
Choosing the amount of RAM for the Virtual machine
Creating a virtual hard drive
Creating the system
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