Dear Mr. Mike Rodrick or ITProTv Staff:
I am watching your courses on Windows Server 2016 and the MTA Windows Server Fundamentals, so far I am learning a lot and great content, I'm just worried that I won't make it before the deadline (Jan 31 2021) in order to be MCSA Server 2016 Certified due to amount of information I have to watch and learn, plus I wanted to ask which is the best way to create a virtual labs? use my own computer and use Hyper-V or use Amazon Lightsail to create virtual machines any suggestions on how I can do this, I have included my computer specifications and have run the "systeminfo.exe to see if I have the SLAT? and I do will this work?
I also have purchased the Mindhub, practice tests regarding the MTA Windows Server so I got 50% on my first try.
The Resources I am using
- ITPro.tv (Premium)
- Itdvds.com ( I like this one and the ITProTV they are closely related in terms of content)
- O Reilly for books
- Mindhub for practice tests
- Technet for more resources on Microsoft info
This might be over kill, but the amount of info I need to know for these exams is incredible
Sorry for the long the email, any input will be greatly appreciated
Update (Dec 26 2020) I just figured out how to get the MS-Hyper-V installed on my Dell Desktop Computer with Windows 10 Pro edition (64 bit). Now, how to get an ISO file with Windows Server 2008, 2012 R2 or 2016 edition, so I can play with it or create labs
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