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KVM : Create a Virtual Machine#22014/07/11

If you installed Desktop Environment, it's possible to create a Virtual machine on GUI. This example shows to install Windows Server 2012 R2 on GUI.
[1] Install virt-manager first.
[root@dlp ~]#
yum -y install virt-manager
[2] Start Desktop and run 'Virtual Machine Manager'.
[3] Click 'New' button (it's just the PC-icon on upper-left) and open a wizard to create a new Virtual Machine.
[4] Specify the name of virtual machine and installation source. This example selects local media.
[5] Select Installation media or ISO image, and specify OS type and version. Windows Server 2012 in not listed, but it's possible to install it to select Windows 2008.
[6] Specify the amount of memories and number of virtual CPUs.
[7] Specify the amount of disks.
[8] Open 'Advanced options' and make sure the settings for networking or architecture are correct.
[9] Windows Server 2012 R2 Installation starts.
[10] Installation finished and Windows Server 2012 R2 is running.
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