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Server 2008 and windows 7 ultimate on vmware

Server 2008 and windows 7 ultimate on vmware

Server 2008 and windows 7 ultimate on vmware

Hi everyone,
I am absolutely new to this so please don't kill me for asking question simple to you but difficult to me. I am self student and want to learn about IT. I have got SELF-PACED Training kit 70-648/70-649. My operating system is Server 2008 R2 Enterprise(AD Installed) and I installed VMware Workstation 7 on it then I installed Windows 7 ultimate on vmware. Now the book said "configure TCP/IPv4 so that computer has an IP address of with subnet mask of" and then i have to configure the virtual machine so i can join a domain on server 2008. Only NIC i can see on Windows 7 is my NIC installed on the computer. This meant to be private network with no outside Internet and Windows 7 IP address meant to be and subnet Can someone pls help me set this up. Thank you

RE: Server 2008 and windows 7 ultimate on vmware

Never mind. I sorted myself.

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