Install Hyper-V in the Windows Add Features menu.
Restart the PC and enter the setup menu.
Verify Virtualization support is enabled in the BIOS.
Open the Hyper-V Manager select your desktop.
In the right hand pane open Virtual Switch Manager.
Create a new virtual switch configured as External.
From Hyper-V Manager click New/Virtual Machine.
Create a new Hyper-V server.
Name the machine.
Choose Generation 1 and Next.
Leave memory at default and Next.
Configure Networking as New Virtual Switch and Next.
Connect Virtual Hard Disk leave as default.
Installation Options select Install an operating system from a bootable CD/DVD-ROM image file.
Browse and choose the R11.0 ISO file to load and Next and Finish.
Right click on the new server. Choose Connect.
On the connection screen press Start.
Start the Virtual machine.
Choose Skip when it asks to test the media.
When asked to discard any data choose Yes.
The system will now begin software installation.
Choose a language and Next.
Choose a keyboard layout.
Accept the license agreement. And Next and Next for the Release Notes Screen.
Choose Yes for installation confirmation Hard drive Overwrite and Next.
Name the machine’s Hostname.
Leave the Network settings default.
Create a root password and Next.
When the system is done creating the disk press Next.
This will install the Avaya software.
When the software has completed installation click Next.
Decline additional TTS languages.
On the Hyper-V Manager Connection screen click Media/DVD Drive/Eject ISO image.
Click the Reboot button.
After it reboots the linux console it will show the IP address of the VM.
(There is a chance the system will use the default 192.168.42.1 address. If this is the case change the IP of your network adapter on a separate PC to an address in that range)
Use a browser to browse to (IP:7070) and login as root.
Use the root password.
You will have to log in twice.
Accept the license agreement and Next.
Set the Server type to Application Server and Next.
No new hardware will be available. Click Next.
Set the network address to the customer provided address click Next.
Change the NTP server if needed and set the time zone click next.
Change system passwords and click Next.
Uncheck One-X if it is not going to be used and click Next.
Leave certificate at Generate new and Next.
Click OK on the pop up for downloading certificates.
Review the settings and if correct click Apply.
The server will update and be ready for operation.
When the IP address updates on the Hyper-V Connection window you can change your network adapter back to its previous settings.
Log back in at the new IP:7070
This will open the Initial Configuration screen.
Confirm System Name and Locale and Apply.
The system will restart.
The install is now complete.
Open a new window and browse to https://(IP):7070.
Click on Applications/Voicemail Pro – System Preferences.
Enter the Voicemail Password and verify Enable Voicemail Pro Client Interface is enabled.
The Voicemail Password Must match the password in the IP Office security settings.
Enter Email information if required.