Next in my series of training videos for Microsoft’s Windows 7 Exam (70-680 TS: Windows 7, Configuring) we are going to be coving VHD files:
In this video we take a look at what VHD files are and how Windows 7 supports them. Make sure you check out some of the links underneath the video, especially the ones for offline servicing as I don’t cover that in much detail in this video.
This section build on some of the commands from previous videos such as DiskPart so make sure you have seen the rest of Section 2 (see “Related Posts”).
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Additional links (Homework!):
- Frequently Asked Questions: Virtual Hard Disks in Windows 7
- Native VHD Support in Windows 7
- Deploy a Virtual Hard Disk for Native Boot
- Offline Virtual Machine Servicing Tool
Still interested in your feedback so feel free to leave any comments below. Good or bad!
We are now moving away from deployment topics so check back soon for Section 3 on “Configuring Hardware and Applications ”
Disclaimer: Please note that I am not a qualified MCT or full time trainer, however I have taken and passed the 70-680 exam as well as taking the beta 71-686 and 71-685 Windows 7 exams. I have also taken 25 Microsoft MCP exams in the last 5 years (see About for more details) so I am very familiar with the format of these exams. I make no claims that these training videos contain everything you need to pass the exam, my hope is just that they will be useful to someone looking at the qualification.