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    First Edition, January 2013, WIN-63-0089-01 (out of print) Second Edition, June 2013, WIN-63-0089-02 All Rights Reserved, Copyright © 2013, Hitachi, Ltd. The contents of this publication may be revised without prior notice. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher.

  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Carefully read and fully understand the safety precautions below before operating the equipment. Operate the equipment by following the instructions and procedures described in this manual. Pay attention especially to safety precautions displayed on the equipment or in this manual.

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    Do not give a shock to the equipment when unpacking or carrying the equipment. Do not modify this equipment because that may result in a fire or an electric shock. In no event will Hitachi be responsible for any consequences that results from the modification or alteration of the equipment.

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    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) CAUTION If the equipment drops or is tipped over, personal injury may result. Pay full attention when transporting the equipment. Make sure you do not catch or hit your fingers to cause personal injury when unpacking or carrying the equipment.

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    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) 1.3 NOTICE This equipment alone cannot guarantee the system safety. In order to ensure sufficient safety of your system even when this equipment should fail, malfunction, or have program bugs, you must add systemic protections such as building external protective/safety circuits to facilitate safety measures to prevent personal injury and serious accidents.

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    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) 2. SAFETY WARNINGS IN THIS MANUAL 2.1 Safety Warning Indicated as “NOTICE” Depending on the type of failure, important files may be lost when you use this equipment. Files can be lost by power failure and human mistakes during operation in addition to the failure of the equipment.

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    PREFACE This manual describes the setup procedure of the OS installed in the HITACHI INDUSTRIAL COMPUTER HF-W6500 Model 45/40, namely the following pre-installed OS. ・Windows® 7 Professional ・Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard <Organization of this manual> This manual is organized as follows:...

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    U.S. Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. ・All other product names (software and hardware) not from Hitachi described in this manual are the registered trademarks, the trademarks, or the products of their respective owners.

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..................S-1 CHAPTER 1 SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME ..........1-1 1.1 Setting Up Windows® 7 ...................... 1-2 1.1.1 Preparing the setup ......................1-2 1.1.2 Setup procedure of Windows® 7 Professional .............. 1-3 1.2 Setting Up Windows Server®...

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  • Page 14: Chapter 1 Setup Procedure When You Turn On The Power For The First Time

    1. SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME CHAPTER 1 SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME This chapter describes the following setup procedure. ・The setup procedure when you turn on the power for the first time after you purchase an HF-W. Pre-installed OS Description Windows®...

  • Page 15: Setting Up Windows® 7

    1. SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME 1.1 Setting Up Windows® 7 This section describes the setup procedure of the pre-installed Windows® 7 Professional. ・Basic settings of Windows® 7 Professional are configured. ・The setup of the RAS feature is automatically done. ・The procedure takes about 15 minutes.

  • Page 16: Setup Procedure Of Windows® 7 Professional

    1. SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME 1.1.2 Setup procedure of Windows® 7 Professional Follow the procedure below to set up Windows® 7 Professional: 1. Turn on the power to the computer. A “Setup is starting services” message is displayed. Then the OS automatically restarts. Wait for a while after the OS restarts.

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    1. SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME 3. A setup screen for the country or region, the time and currency format, and the keyboard or input method settings appears. ・If the English language was selected at step 2, just leave the settings as they are and click Next.

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    1. SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME 5. The password input window is displayed. ・Enter a password in the Type a password box and in the Retype your password box. ・Enter a password hint in the Type a password hint box. ・Click Next.

  • Page 19: Setting Up Windows Server® 2008 R2

    1. SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME 1.2 Setting Up Windows Server® 2008 R2 This section describes the setup procedures of the pre-installed Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard. ・Basic settings of Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard are configured. ・The setup of the RAS feature is automatically done.

  • Page 20: Setup Procedure Of Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard

    1. SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME 1.2.2 Setup procedure of Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard Follow the procedure below to set up Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard. 1. Turn on the power to the computer. A “Setup is starting services”...

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    1. SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME 3. A setup screen for the country or region, the time and currency format, and the keyboard or input method settings appears. ・If the English language has been selected in step 2, just leave the settings as they are and click Next.

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    1. SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME 8. After you are logged on, the Initial Configuration Tasks window appears. Click the Close button [×] on the right upper corner of the window to close the window, and continue to the setup described starting on the next page.

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  • Page 24: Chapter 2 Configuring Basic Settings After Os Setup

    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP CHAPTER 2 CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP This chapter describes the following setup procedure: ・Setup procedure of basic settings after OS setup Perform this setup procedure as required after OS setup. Pre-installed OS Description Windows®...

  • Page 25: Setting Up Basic Settings Of Windows® 7

    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.1 Setting Up Basic Settings of Windows® 7 This section describes the setup procedure of basic settings for the pre-installed Windows® 7 Professional. Perform this procedure as required after you follow the instruction in “CHAPTER 1 SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN YOU TURN ON THE POWER FOR THE FIRST TIME”...

  • Page 26: Setting Up The Screen

    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.1.2 Setting up the screen 1. If you are not logged on to the computer as an administrator, log on to the computer as an administrator. 2. Right-click the desktop to display a pop-up menu. Click Screen Resolution. 3.

  • Page 27: Setting Up Automatic Updating

    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.1.3 Setting up automatic updating Windows® 7 has an automatic updating function for bug fixes. This function automatically downloads and installs bug fix updates released on the Microsoft Website. It should be noted that currently running applications can be affected when this function is executed.

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    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 5. The Choose how Windows can install updates window is displayed. Select Never check for updates (not recommended) and click OK. 6. Click the Close button [×] at the upper right corner of the System and Security window.

  • Page 29: Setting Up The Network Environment

    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.1.4 Setting up the network environment In the local area network settings, DHCP is used (that is, “Obtain an IP address automatically” is selected) by default. If you do not use DHCP and want to specify an IP address, follow the procedure below: Note that the following procedure is for the case that Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) is used.

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    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 8. The Local Area Connection Property window is displayed. ・Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), and then click Properties. 9. The Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties window is displayed. ・Select Use the following IP address and type the IP address, the subnet mask, and the default gateway.

  • Page 31: Formatting A Free Area On A Hard Disk

    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.1.5 Formatting a free area on a hard disk 1. If you are not logged on to the computer as an administrator, log on to the computer as an administrator. 2. Click Start and then click Control Panel. 3.

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    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 7. The Specify Drive Size window is displayed. Enter a volume size you like, and click Next. 8. The Assign Drive Letter or Path window is displayed. Select Assign the following drive letter, and select a drive letter to be assigned. (If you do not need to change a drive letter, leave it as is.) Click Next.

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    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 10. The Completing the New Simple Volume Wizard window is displayed. Click Finish. ・Formatting the disk starts. 11. When formatting the partition is complete, the created partition is indicated as “Healthy”. 12. In the Disk Management window, click the Close button [×] at the upper right corner to close the window.

  • Page 34: Setting Up Basic Settings Of Windows Server® 2008 R2

    2.2.1 Overview of the setup procedures of basic settings Refer to the “3.9 Setting Up the Screen” in the Setting up the screen HITACHI INDUSTRIAL COMPUTER HF-W6500 MODEL 45/40 USER’S MANUAL (Manual Number WIN-62-0064). The setup procedure is the same as for Windows® 7.

  • Page 35: Setting Up The Display Language

    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP 2.2.2 Setting up the display language In Windows Server 2008® R2 Standard, you can change the display language from the one you selected at setup. When you change the display language settings, follow the procedure below.

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    2. CONFIGURING BASIC SETTINGS AFTER OS SETUP NOTE ・Even after you change the display language settings, if an application does not support Unicode, the application does not change the language used for displaying text. If you want to change the display language for applications that do not support Unicode on the Administrative tab in the Region and Language property window, click Change system locale, and change the Current system locale.

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  • Page 38: Chapter 3 Restoring The Factory-shipped Condition Using A Recovery Dvd

    3. RESTORING THE FACTORY CONDITION USING A RECOVERY DVD CHAPTER 3 RESTORING THE FACTORY-SHIPPED CONDITION USING A RECOVERY DVD This chapter describes the following procedure: ・The procedure to restore the system drive back to the factory-shipped conditions when you discontinue the system you have built. NOTE In order to perform the procedure described in this chapter, you need a recovery DVD.

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    HF-W that comes with a recovery DVD, a recovery DVD is inside the package of the HF-W. Have the recovery DVD ready before you start the work. Recovery DVD HITACHI HJ-654x***** Product Recovery DVD for HF-W (The underlined part is the model number of the HF-W6500 Model 45/40 you...

  • Page 40: Restoring The System Drive Back To The Factory-shipped Condition

    Follow the procedure below to restore the system drive of an HF-W6500 Model 45/40 to the shipment conditions by using a recovery DVD. 1. Turn on the power to an HF-W, and insert a recovery DVD “HITACHI HJ-654x***** Product Recovery DVD” to the DVD drive. (The underlined part is the model number of the HF-W6500 Model 45/40 you purchase, and therefore the part indicated as *s is different depending on the model.

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    3. RESTORING THE FACTORY CONDITION USING A RECOVERY DVD If you press the [n] key, the following message is displayed and the confirmation is canceled. Press the power switch to turn off the power to the HF-W. (Yes[y]/No[n]):n System recovery process is canceled. 4.

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    3. RESTORING THE FACTORY CONDITION USING A RECOVERY DVD 5. If you press the [y] key in the confirmation message for changing the size of the boot partition (step 4), a message is displayed to prompt you to enter a boot partition size. Do you change the size of boot partition? In case of "No",it is set to the default size (NNN MB).

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    HJ-654x***** system recovery START. 100% COMPLETED. Remove "HITACHI HJ-654x***** Product Recovery DVD Disc X1/Y1" and Insert "Disc X2/Y2". The underlined part, “X1/Y1”, shows the disc number of the currently inserted disc of the recovery DVD set. The underlined part, “X2/Y2”, shows the disc number of the next disc.

  • Page 44: Chapter 4 Precaution

    4. PRECAUTION CHAPTER 4 PRECAUTION 4.1 Event Log Entries during Setup This product may record the following events in the event log during the OS setup, but those events do not affect the operation of the system. ● In the case of Windows® 7 Source: Service Control Manager Event ID: 7022 Type: Error...

  • Page 45: Precautions About A Command Prompt

    4. PRECAUTION Source: Microsoft-Windows-Search Event ID: 3036 Type: Warning Source: Microsoft-Windows-Time-Service Event ID: 134 or 36 Type: Warning ● In the case of Windows Server® 2008 R2 Source: Microsoft-Windows-WMI Event ID: 10 Type: Error Source: Microsoft-Windows-User Profiles Service Event ID: 1530 Type: Warning Source: Microsoft-Windows-Time-Service Event ID: 134 or 36...

  • Page 46: Scheduled Functions By Default

    4. PRECAUTION 4.4 Scheduled Functions by Default In Windows® 7 and Windows Server® 2008 R2, various functions are scheduled by default and executed periodically in the background. Among those functions, Windows Defender (anti-spyware feature) and the disk defragmenter may increase the system load significantly when they run and may affect the operation of the applications for business use.

  • Page 47: Precautions About Security Enhancements

    4. PRECAUTION 4.5 Precautions about Security Enhancements (1) Allowing passing through Windows Firewall Windows Firewall is enabled by default. This may sometimes prevent a program from working because the network connections from the program are blocked. If this situation happens, you can select form the following three options to allow those network connections to pass through Windows Firewall: (a) Disabling Windows Firewall.

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    4. PRECAUTION (b) Registering the program as an exception. To register the program as an exception for Windows Firewall, follow the procedure below. After this procedure, network connections from the program registered as an exception are not blocked anymore. 1. If you are not logged on to the computer as an administrator, log on to the computer as an administrator.

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    4. PRECAUTION 7. The Add a Program window is displayed. ・Select a program you want to unblock. If you want to select a program not in the list, click Browse to select a file. ・Click Add. 8. Confirm that the selected program is registered in the Allowed programs and features list in the Allowed Programs window.

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    4. PRECAUTION 1. When the network connection of the launched application is blocked, the following dialog box is displayed. ・Click Allow access. 2. Then this program is registered as an exception.

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    4. PRECAUTION (c) Registering a port used by the program as an exception. To register a port used by the program as an exception, follow the procedure below. After this procedure, network connections through the port registered as an exception are not blocked anymore.

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    4. PRECAUTION 8. The Protocols and Ports window of the New Inbound Rule Wizard is displayed. ・Select a protocol type. ・Select either All local ports or Specific local ports. ・If you select Specific local ports, enter a port number. ・Click Next. 9.

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    4. PRECAUTION 10. The Profile window of the New Inbound Rule Wizard is displayed. ・Specify the profiles to which the rule applies. ・Click Next. 11. The Name window of the New Inbound Rule Wizard is displayed. ・In the Name box, type the name of the port. ・Click Finish.

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    4. PRECAUTION (2) Disabling pop-ups from Internet Explorer® Internet Explorer® is capable of unblocking its pop-up windows. If you enable this feature and a web application you use is using pop-up windows, the application may not work properly because pop-ups from the application are blocked. To disable the pop-up blocker function, follow the procedure below.

  • Page 55: Precautions About File Sharing

    4. PRECAUTION 4.6 Precautions about File Sharing A STOP 0x7e error may occur while file sharing over a network is used if the file server uses Windows® 7 or Windows Server® 2008 R2. When you use file sharing, visit the following URL of Microsoft for the details and corrective actions.

  • Page 56: Appendix A Setup Procedure When Using Windows Xp Mode (for Windows® 7 Only

    (If the administrator account you used for log on is a built-in administrator account, simply click Command Prompt.) ・If you see the User Account Control window, click Yes. 3. At the command prompt, type the following and press Enter. rmdir /s C:\HITACHI\XP_Mode...

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    APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN USING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) (1) Overview of the setup procedure From this on, the setup procedure of Windows XP Mode (guest OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional) is explained. The following is a rough flow chart of the setup. Installing Windows XP Mode For details, see “(2) Installing Windows XP Mode”.

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    Command Prompt.) ・If you see the User Account Control window, click Yes. 3. At the command prompt, type the following and press Enter. cd C:\HITACHI\XP_Mode 4. At the command prompt, type the following and press Enter. Installation starts. WXPMode_install.bat 5.

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    ・Click Accessories > Run. ・In the Open box, type the following and click OK. C:\HITACHI\XP_Mode\Virtual-PC ・The Windows Explorer window is displayed. Double-click a setup program under the directory. Note that a setup program is different depending on whether the OS is a 32-bit or 64-bit version.

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    APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN USING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) 4. The Download and Install Updates window opens. Read the license terms carefully, and the click I Accept. 5. After the installation is complete, a window is displayed to prompt you to restart the system.

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    APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN USING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) (5) Setting up Windows XP Mode Follow the procedure below to set up Windows XP Mode. 1. Click Start and point to All Programs. 2. Click Windows Virtual PC > Windows XP Mode. 3.

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    APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN USING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) 4. The Installation folder and credentials window opens. ・In the Password and Confirm password boxes, type a password for XPMUser. ・Click Next. 5. A window for configuring Automatic Updates is displayed. ・Select Not right now and click Next.

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    APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN USING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) 6. A window is displayed to indicate setup will share the drives. ・Click Start Setup. 7. A window is displayed to show the Windows XP Mode setup is progressing. When the setup is complete, the virtual machine is started and you are automatically logged on as an XPMUser.

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    APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN USING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) NOTE When Windows XP Mode is started for the first time after the setup, you may find the time zone of Windows XP Mode is not the same as the time zone of Windows® 7.

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    Command Prompt.) ・If you see the User Account Control window, click Yes. 3. At the command prompt, type the following and press Enter. cd “C:\HITACHI\XP_Mode\Windows XP Mode” 4. At the command prompt, type the following and press Enter. WXPMode_uninst.bat...

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    APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN USING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) 5. At the beginning of the uninstallation, the “Do you want to uninstall Windows XP Mode? (y/n)” message is displayed. If you want to uninstall, press y and press Enter. If you do not want to uninstall, press n, and press Enter.

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    APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN USING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) (b) Uninstalling Windows Virtual PC Follow the procedure below to uninstall Windows Virtual PC. 1. If you are not logged on to the computer as an administrator account, log on to the computer as an administrator account.

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    APPENDIX A SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN USING Windows XP Mode (FOR Windows® 7 ONLY) 6. The Uninstall an update window is displayed. Click Yes. 7. After the installation is complete, a window is displayed to prompt you to restart the system. Click Restart Now to restart. This completes the uninstallation procedure for Windows Virtual PC.

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  • Page 70: Appendix B Setup Procedure When Building A Virtual Environment (for Windows Server® 2008 R2 Only

    (If the administrator account you used for logon is a built-in administrator account, simply click Command Prompt.) If you see the User Account Control window, click Yes. 3. At the command prompt, type the following, and then press Enter. rmdir /s C:\HITACHI\Hyper-V_Image...

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) (1) Overview of the setup procedure This section describes the procedure for setting up a pre-installed virtual machine (guest OS: Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2, Standard ). The following flow outlines the setup.

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    Click Start button and then click Run. In the Open box, enter the following name. Click OK button. C:\HITACHI\Hyper-V_Image\Install.bat 3. When the installation confirmation dialog appears, click OK button. 4. When installation is completed, a completion message appears. Press any key.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) ™ (3) Installation of Hyper-V ™ Perform the following procedure to install Hyper-V 1. Click Start button. Click Administrative Tools and then Server Manager. 2. Click Roles. In the displayed pane, click Add Roles. 3.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) 4. The Select Server Roles window appears. Select the Hyper-V check box and click Next button. 5. When the Hyper-V window appears, click Next button. 6.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) 7. When the Confirm Installation Selections window appears, click Install button. ™ (Hyper-V begins to be installed.) 8. When the Installation Results window appears, click Close button. 9.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) 10. After restart, the Installation Results window appears. Click Close button. 11. When installation is completed, Hyper-V Manager is added under Server Manager. 12. Click [×] in the upper right corner of the Server Manager window to close the window.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) (4) Import of a virtual machine Perform the following procedure to import a virtual machine. NOTE When you discard an existing virtual environment and configure a new virtual environment, delete the existing virtual machine from Hyper-V Manager and then import the new virtual machine.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) 3. The Import Virtual Machine dialog appears. In the Location box and the Settings section, change the settings as follows. Then click Import button. Location: C:\Virtual Machine\WS08R2\ Settings: Click the Copy the virtual machine (create a new unique ID) radio button.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) NOTE All the settings of the imported virtual machine are default settings. Change the settings of the virtual machine to suit your environment. 5. Click [×] in the upper right corner of the Hyper-V Manager window to close the window.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) (5) Preparation for setup of the guest OS The following table describes the items that are required during setup of the guest OS. Determine (or confirm) the items before you start setup. Item Description License certificate...

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) (6) Setup of the guest OS Set up Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2, Standard. Perform the following procedure to start the virtual machine and set up the basic environment. 1.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) 5. The license agreement window appears. Read the terms carefully, select the I accept the license terms check box, and click Start button. 6. When a message appears asking you to change the administrator password, click OK button.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) 7. The password entry window appears. Enter the password in the New Password and Confirm password fields. Press the Enter key or click [→]. Note that the password must satisfy the following rules: The password must consist of at least six characters.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) 9. After logon, the initial configuration task window appears. Click [×] in the upper right corner to close the window and proceed to the next page to continue setup. If you do not want to display this window at next startup, select the Do not show this window at logon check box and click [×] in the upper right corner to close the window.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) (7) Authentication of Windows license The guest OS (Windows Server® 2008 R2, Standard) installed on the virtual machine has a technology that prevents illegal copy called product activation. Before the user can use Windows Server®...

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) Click Use the automated phone system. In the Click the nearest location pull-down menu, select the nearest location. Click Next button. B-17...

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) Step 1 lists the phone numbers for the license authentication desk. Phone one of the numbers. Follow the voice instructions and enter the installation ID displayed in Step 2 on the dial pad of your phone.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) 10. Enter the confirmation ID you have obtained in step 9 and click Next button. 11. When a message appears telling you license authentication is successful, click Close button to close the window.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) (b) License authentication over the Internet If you have not logged on with the administrator account of the computer, log on with the administrator account. Click Start and then Control Panel.

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    APPENDIX B SETUP PROCEDURE WHEN BUILDING A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT (FOR Windows Server® 2008 R2 ONLY) A message, “The product key is being verified.” appears. License authentication begins. When a message appears telling you license authentication is successful, click Close button to close the window. This completes license authentication over the Internet.

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