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You do not need to be an expert in Windows Power Shell to complete the steps in the guide, however you are required to customize some commands to your environment.

Instructions to "type" Windows Power Shell commands provided in this guide can be followed literally by typing the commands, but the preferred method is to copy and paste these commands.

Using two servers enables Active Directory Domain Services and DHCP to be installed on a server that is not directly connected to the corporate network.

This mitigates the risk of clients on the corporate network receiving DHCP leases from the Po C network (i.e.

Hyper-V is installed, configured and used extensively in this guide.

However, the Windows Power Shell module for Hyper-V is not available on Windows Server 2008 R2, therefore you cannot use many of the steps provided in this guide to configure Hyper-V.

To manage Hyper-V on Windows Server 2008 R2, you can use Hyper-V WMI, or you can use the Hyper-V Manager console.

The instructions in this guide should not be used in a production setting, and are not meant to replace the instructions found in production deployment guidance.

Approximately 3 hours are required to configure the Po C environment.

Hyper-V is installed, configured and used extensively in this guide.

However, the Windows Power Shell module for Hyper-V is not available on Windows Server 2008 R2, therefore you cannot use many of the steps provided in this guide to configure Hyper-V.

To manage Hyper-V on Windows Server 2008 R2, you can use Hyper-V WMI, or you can use the Hyper-V Manager console.

The instructions in this guide should not be used in a production setting, and are not meant to replace the instructions found in production deployment guidance.

Approximately 3 hours are required to configure the Po C environment.

The two Windows Server VMs can be combined into a single VM to conserve RAM and disk space if required.