Practice Exams for Windows

Practice Exams for Windows

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Installing NetScaler VPX on Client Hyper-V (Windows 10)

  1. Head over here and grab yourself a free 90-day trial:

    https://www.citrix.com/products/netscaler-adc/get-started.html
  2. Download the Hyper-V edition

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  3. Extract the zip file
  4. Importing the Virtual Machine didn’t work for me
  5. Let’s create the VM manually. Open Hyper-V Manager, New –> Virtual Machine

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  6. Click Next on the “Before you begin” window if it displays
  7. Give your VM a name and a location

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  8. Select Generation 1 and click Next

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  9. Provide at least 2GB of memory, disable dynamic memory and click Next

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  10. Connect it to a network and click Next

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  11. Select “Attach a virtual hard disk later” and click Next

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  12. Click Finish
  13. In the root directory of the newly-create VM, create a Virtual Hard Disks folder

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  14. Copy the Dynamic.vhd file from the extracted source to the Virtual Hard Disks folder for the newly created VM

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  15. Edit the Virtual Machine settings

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  16. Change the number of virtual CPUs to 2

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  17. Attach the Dynamic.VHD file that you copied over

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  18. Click OK
  19. Start the VM
  20. Wait for it to boot up
  21. Enter an IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway

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  22. If you are happy with the settings select 4 to save and quit
  23. Wait a while for the NetScaler to become ready, restart it if required
  24. Access it via the browser, using HTTP initially, and a supported browser
  25. The default login details are nsroot/nsroot

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  26. Next, you’ll need to finish configuring your NetScaler, but I’ll save that for another post

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