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Thank you for pointing that out, the whaling attack should be a phishing scam that targets C-level employees. In phishing attacks a lot of times they are random attacks, with spear phishing attacks this is a targeted attack where the bad actor has information about the organization and directs the attack towards a specific group (not random). Thank you for bringing this to my attention and I hope this helps. I will need to fix the error(post errata) thank you very much.
Update from Microsoft on Azure Administrator Certification:
Starting on May 1, 2019, you will only need to pass one exam—AZ-103: Microsoft Azure Administrator—to earn this certification. This new exam combines the skills covered in AZ-100 and AZ-101, with the majority of the new exam coming from AZ-100.
You aren't missing anything. Microsoft just made this announcement, it comes as a surprise to us as well. We have just begun filming the AZ-100, the exam ref books are still on pre-order, lol. Thanks, Microsoft. We will have to wait and see what their plans are for replacing the AZ series. We will continue to film the MD-100 and MD-101 in the mean time.
Thanks for watching and reaching out! Yes, you are correct. I did misspeak the blue is network and orange is host. Thank you for catching that. I am getting that fixed :). You are also correct to notice the use of different hypervisors. For display purposes I sometimes choose to use VMware but if it is an actual exam objective I will use Hyper-V, its really about preference. There are requirements as follows:
-Windows 10 Enterprise, Pro, or Education
-64-bit Processor with Second Level Address Translation (SLAT).
-CPU support for VM Monitor Mode Extension (VT-c on Intel CPUs).
-Minimum of 4 GB memory.
With that being said 4 GB of memory would be miserable. 8 GB may allow a couple to run at the same time but the more RAM you can get the better. It is best think about what that workload sum will look like in terms of resources. You have to slice up and allocate from the original source pool to give to your VMS. As far as another instructor running Hyper-V on home edition... just about anything CAN be done with a bit of effort. However, look at the Microsoft link I have provided. If you are planning to take a Microsoft exam I would follow their guidance on this one. I hope that helps. It sounds like you are doing great with you studies! Please feel free to stay in touch as you continue your journey!
Well that doesn't necessarily rule it out. But it means as you build the VM, you must specify the RAM and the min HDD space for Windows 10. It's been so long since I've had a machine that didn't support it that I've never tried to install an x64 based computer on one.
So see if it load up...if it does. The difference is that it will have a generic hardware rather than emulate your Windows 7 host's hardware.
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