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  • MSL-TMG1 Gateway Virtual Machine

    Microsoft Hyper-V Classroom Setup Guide

    Contents Forefront Threat Management Gateway VM 1 Introducing Microsoft Hyper-V 1 Setup Overview 2 Classroom Requirements 2

    Hardware 3 Software 3

    Classroom Configuration 3 Instructor Computer Checklist 5 Instructor Computer Setup 6

    1. Add the Hyper-V Server Role 7 2. Create Private and External Virtual Networks 7 3. Install MSL-TMG1 virtual machine 7 4. Create a Setup Share 9 5. Copy the Virtual Machine Files to the Student Computer 9 6. Run the VM-Pre-Import script 10 7. Import the MSL-TMG1 Virtual Machine on the

    Instructor Computer 10 8. Configure the MSL-TMG1 Virtual Machine on the

    Instructor Computer 10 Enable the Web Access Rule 10 Apply All Windows Updates 11 Ensure Malware Definitions Are Updated 11

    9. Configure and Verify Internet Connectivity for Internal Virtual Machines 11 Verify That the TMG-VM Has Internet Connectivity 12

  • Verifying Internet Connectivity from the Virtual Machines 12 Optional Procedure If an Internet Proxy Server Is Used on the Network 15 Optional Procedure If DNS Resolution Is Restricted to Certain DNS Servers on Your Network 15 Student Computer Checklist 17 Student Computer Setup 18

    1. Install the Hyper-V Server Role 18 2. Install the Base Image / Virtual Machine Files 18

    Appendix A 19 Appendix B 20 Supporting Virtual Server and Virtual PC Labs on Hyper-V Classroom Computers 20

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  • MSL-TMG1 Gateway Virtual Machine 1

    Forefront Threat Management Gateway VM Several Microsoft Learning requires Internet connectivity for some or all of the labs. To provide a more secure connection to the Internet, Microsoft Learning has created a VM that is running Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG VM). You will need to download and install the TMG VM on each host computer as part of classroom setup.

    The TMG VM is configured as a secure gateway for Internet access. The TMG VM is configured with two virtual networks, External Network and Private Network. The Private Network is the network that all lab VMs are connected to. The External Network is attached to the network adapter on the host computer, which provides access to the network that the host machine is attached to, and ultimately access to the Internet. Each computer in the lab VMs will be configured with the TMG VM as the default gateway.

    The TMG VM will be configured with a web access rule that will enable the VMs on the Private Network to access the Internet. To ensure that the environment is secure, this rule is disabled by default, and must be enabled as part of classroom setup.

    Introducing Microsoft Hyper-V Important Note: This setup requires Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Hyper-V. To facilitate importing virtual machines in to your Hyper-V server, you must run the VM-Pre-Import scripts which will create symbolic links to the Base/Middle-Tier images in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Learning\MSL-GW\MSL-TMG1\Virtual Hard Disks\ folder.

    This learning product is developed using Microsoft Hyper-V running on Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. Hyper-V is a virtualization technology that allows a single computer to act as a host for one or more virtual machines. The virtual machines use a set of virtual devices that might or might not map to the physical hardware of the host computer.

    The software that is installed onto the virtual machine is unmodified, full-version, retail software that operates exactly as it does when it is installed onto physical hardware.

    The following definitions will help you with the remainder of this document:

    Hyper-V: Hyper-V is a server application that enables users to run a broad range of operating systems simultaneously on a single physical server. Hyper-V is included with some versions of Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and other versions of Windows Server.

    Host Computer: The physical computer onto which an operating system and the Hyper-V server role have been installed.

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    Host Operating System: The operating system that is running on the physical computer. Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 is the supported operating system for this learning product

    Virtual Machine: The computer that is running inside Hyper-V. In this document, Hyper-V refers to the application running on the host, while virtual machine refers to the guest operating system and any software that is running inside the Hyper-V application.

    Guest Operating System: The operating system that is running inside the virtual machine.

    Note: To access the Windows Security dialog box for a guest operating system, press CTRL+ALT+END. Pressing CTRL+ALT+DELETE while working with a virtual machine will display the Windows Security dialog box for the host operating system. To close the dialog box, press ESC. Other than this difference, software on a virtual machine behaves as it would behave on a physical computer.

    The setup instructions that you will follow as part of this classroom setup guide configure Hyper-V and the Virtual Machines that run on the host. Changing any of the configuration settings may render the labs for this learning product unusable.

    Note: Some legacy courseware from Microsoft Learning requires Virtual Server or Virtual PC. If your classroom computers require running Virtual Server or Virtual PC as well as Hyper-V, please see Supporting Virtual Server and Virtual PC labs on Hyper-V Classroom Computers in Appendix B.

    Setup Overview The host computers must be set up with a 64 bit version of Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1and must be running on 64 bit hardware. For more information on the supported hardware for Hyper-V, please see the follow web site: http://www.microsoft.com/hyper-v. The setup procedures below assume that the host computers can communicate with each other for setup purposes. You should note the administrators user name and password for the host computers and provide this information to the instructor.

    Classroom Requirements This learning product requires a classroom with a minimum of one computer for the instructor and one for each student. Refer to the specific course setup guide for classroom requirements for the course. Before class begins, use the following information and instructions to install and configure the MSL-TMG1 VM.

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    Hardware The classroom computers require the following hardware and software configuration.

    Hardware Level 6

    Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT) or AMD Virtualization (AMD-V) processor

    Dual 120 GB hard disks 7200 RM SATA or better* 4 GB RAM expandable to 8GB or higher DVD drive Network adapter Super VGA (SVGA) 17-inch monitor Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device Sound card with amplified speakers *Striped

    In addition, the instructor computer must be connected to a projection display device that supports SVGA 1024 x 768 pixels, 16 bit colors.

    Software Please note that, unless otherwise indicated, this software is not included in the Trainer Materials disc. This learning product was devel