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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Application Virtualization User Guide 09 (FusionSphere V100R006C10 or Earlier)

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Installing an OS on the VM and Configuring the VM

Installing an OS on the VM and Configuring the VM

Scenarios

On the FusionCompute portal, install an operating system (OS) on the bare VM using Virtual Network Computing (VNC).

NOTE:

The following uses Windows Server 2012 R2 as an example.

Prerequisites

  • You have obtained the ISO file for the OS to be installed.
    NOTE:

    Obtain the Windows ISO image file from official channels. Do not use an OS Ghost image that is manually simplified.

  • You have logged in to FusionCompute.

Data

For details about key data and parameters, see the description given in specific procedures.

Procedure

Mount a CD-ROM drive.

  1. According to the FusionSphere version. For details, see Table 2-5.

    NOTE:
    Table 2-5 Procedure for mounting a CD-ROM drive according to the FusionSphere version

    FusionSphere Version

    Procedure

    FusionSphere V100R005C10SPC700 or earlier

    1. On the row that contains the newly created bare VM, click Log In Using VNC.
    2. On the upper-layer of the VNC login window, click . On the menu that is displayed, click Mount Local CD/DVD-ROM Drive.
    3. Choose File > Browse. Select the ISO files that are stored in the local OS.
    4. Select Restart the VM now to install the OS.
    5. Click Confirm. The dialog box indicating that the CD-ROM drive is successfully mounted is displayed.
    6. Click OK.

    FusionSphere V100R005C10U1 or later

    1. On the menu bar in the upper pane of the FusionCompute page, click VM and Template.
    2. On the page that is displayed, click VM.
    3. On the Name column, click the bare VM that is newly created.
    4. Choose Hardware > CD/DVD-ROM drive > Mount Local CD/DVD-ROM Drive, and click OK.
    5. Mount the ISO files to a VM. Select Restart the VM now to install the OS, and click Confirm.
    6. In the VM and Template list, locate the row where the newly created bare VM is created, and click Log In Using VNC.

Install an OS.

  1. On the VM, install and configure the OS as required.

    For details, see Install the Windows Serv....

    NOTE:

    The temporary account must be set to LocalAccount when you install the OS. Otherwise, the template tool cannot delete the temporary account automatically, which poses a security risk.

    If you need to manually delete local users, refer toDeleting Local Users of Windows System.

  1. Unmount CD-ROM Drive.

Install the Driver Tools.

  1. On the FusionCompute portal, in the row of the VM to be operated, choose More > Mount Tools, and click OK twice.
  2. Go to the VM CD-ROM directory, right-click Setup and choose Run as administrator from the shortcut menu. Install the software as prompted. During the installation, retain the default settings.
  3. After the software is installed, restart the VM as prompted, and then log in to the VM using the Administrator account.
  4. On the FusionCompute portal, locate the row that contains the target VM, and choose More > Unmount Tools to uninstall the tools.
(Optional) Configure daylight saving time (DST) and install OS patches.
NOTE:
  • When Animate windows when minimizing and maximizing is enabled on Windows Server 2012 R2, install the OS patches obtained in Deployment Preparations. Copy the OS patches to the C:\ directory of the VM first.
  • Configure the DST only when it is required.
  1. Configure DST.

    • If your Windows OS supports DST, perform the following steps:
      1. On the VM, click the Date and Time area in the taskbar. In the displayed dialog box, click Change date and time settings.
      2. Click Change time zone.
      3. On the Time Zone Settings page, select a time zone based on the actual region and click OK twice.
        NOTE:

        If Automatically adjust clock for Daylight Saving Time is displayed on the Time Zone Settings page, select it.

    • If your Windows OS does not support DST, obtain TZEDIT.exe from DST modification tool, and set the DST as prompted.

  1. Install other OS patches as required.

    The installation method varies with the format of the OS patch:

    • If the OS patch is an .iso file, mount the CD-ROM drive and run the installation program.
      NOTE:

      After the installation is complete, unmount the CD-ROM drive from the VM. Otherwise, the CD-ROM drive cannot be mounted to another VM that runs on the same host.

    • If the OS patch is not an .iso file, find the patch in C:\ on the VM and run the installation program.

Configure IP addresses for VMs.

  1. In the VNC window for the VM, right-click in the lower left corner of the window, enter ncpa.cpl in the Run text box, and press Enter.

    The Network Connections window is displayed.

  2. Right-click the NIC, choose Properties > Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
  3. Configure the NIC address and attributes. See Table 2-6.

    Table 2-6 The NIC address and attributes

    NIC Type

    NIC Information

    Description

    Service plane NIC

    • IP address: Enter the planned service plane IP address.
    • Subnet mask: Enter the planned service plane subnet mask.
    • Default gateway: Enter the planned service plane gateway IP address.
    • Preferred DNS server: Enter the planned IP address of the active DNS server.
    • Alternate DNS server: Enter the planned IP address of the standby DNS server.

    For the infrastructure VM configured with only one NIC, configure the NIC for the service plane.

  4. Click OK.
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