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RE: Quick question #11
(07-10-2019, 11:52 AM)Nork0i Wrote:
(06-19-2019, 05:54 AM)mothered Wrote:
(06-19-2019, 05:31 AM)KBytes Wrote: True. ^ Witch is why i'm going to set one up right now.

Let me now If you require assistance.

If you're planning to Install the native VM to the Windows platform, namely "Hyper-V", I'll provide you the link to my blog. I've just finished a very well documented and Illustrated tutorial on how to Install, setup and configure Hyper-V, Inclusive of Implementing virtual switches to allow Internet connectivity between the Guest & Host OS.

The blog Is still In It's Infancy, but there's 60+ step-by-step tutorials (with Illustrations) relative to Windows- solely written by me. I'm going offline here In a few minutes to start another guide.

Would you recommoned Hyper-V over standalone VMs? I'm looking to set it up....if the blog is still going i'd be interested in having a look too  Smile

Hyper-V Is by far the more superior.

I have a very detailed tutorial on my blog, that documents and Illustrates how to enable Hyper-V, create the virtual machine, bridge network adapters (to allow Internet connectivity on the VM) and Install the OS thereafter. It's solely written by me In a step-by-step manner and If you follow It precisely, you can't go wrong.

It Is a somewhat complex process to setup and configure, but that's why I've created the tutorial- to provide a clear understanding to all readers. I also have a guide for VMware Workstation & VirtualBox. I'm just putting the finishing touches before publishing It.
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RE: Quick question #12
(07-10-2019, 12:27 PM)mothered Wrote:
(07-10-2019, 11:52 AM)Nork0i Wrote:
(06-19-2019, 05:54 AM)mothered Wrote: Let me now If you require assistance.

If you're planning to Install the native VM to the Windows platform, namely "Hyper-V", I'll provide you the link to my blog. I've just finished a very well documented and Illustrated tutorial on how to Install, setup and configure Hyper-V, Inclusive of Implementing virtual switches to allow Internet connectivity between the Guest & Host OS.

The blog Is still In It's Infancy, but there's 60+ step-by-step tutorials (with Illustrations) relative to Windows- solely written by me. I'm going offline here In a few minutes to start another guide.

Would you recommoned Hyper-V over standalone VMs? I'm looking to set it up....if the blog is still going i'd be interested in having a look too  Smile

Hyper-V Is by far the more superior.

I have a very detailed tutorial on my blog, that documents and Illustrates how to enable Hyper-V, create the virtual machine, bridge network adapters (to allow Internet connectivity on the VM) and Install the OS thereafter. It's solely written by me In a step-by-step manner and If you follow It precisely, you can't go wrong.

It Is a somewhat complex process to setup and configure, but that's why I've created the tutorial- to provide a clear understanding to all readers. I also have a guide for VMware Workstation & VirtualBox. I'm just putting the finishing touches before publishing It.

Awesome...thanks for the info. I'll look into the Hyper-V then. Give me a shout when your blog is up!

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RE: Quick question #13
(07-10-2019, 01:29 PM)Nork0i Wrote:
(07-10-2019, 12:27 PM)mothered Wrote:
(07-10-2019, 11:52 AM)Nork0i Wrote: Would you recommoned Hyper-V over standalone VMs? I'm looking to set it up....if the blog is still going i'd be interested in having a look too  Smile

Hyper-V Is by far the more superior.

I have a very detailed tutorial on my blog, that documents and Illustrates how to enable Hyper-V, create the virtual machine, bridge network adapters (to allow Internet connectivity on the VM) and Install the OS thereafter. It's solely written by me In a step-by-step manner and If you follow It precisely, you can't go wrong.

It Is a somewhat complex process to setup and configure, but that's why I've created the tutorial- to provide a clear understanding to all readers. I also have a guide for VMware Workstation & VirtualBox. I'm just putting the finishing touches before publishing It.

Awesome...thanks for the info. I'll look into the Hyper-V then. Give me a shout when your blog is up!

My blog has been online for around 6 weeks.

I've just completed the tutorial for VMware Workstation and this afternoon, will begin VirtualBox which will be ready later this evening. So Inclusive of Hyper-V, you'll have three VMs to choose from. Enable your PM so I can send the link.
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RE: Quick question #14
i still haven't revived a pm of your blog too :/ @mothered
(This post was last modified: 07-11-2019, 10:38 AM by OGs. Edit Reason: tag )
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RE: Quick question #15
(07-11-2019, 07:34 AM)OGs Wrote: i still haven't revived a pm of your blog too :/ @mothered

My apologies.

Check your PM.
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RE: Quick question #16
(07-11-2019, 04:07 AM)mothered Wrote:
(07-10-2019, 01:29 PM)Nork0i Wrote:
(07-10-2019, 12:27 PM)mothered Wrote: Hyper-V Is by far the more superior.

I have a very detailed tutorial on my blog, that documents and Illustrates how to enable Hyper-V, create the virtual machine, bridge network adapters (to allow Internet connectivity on the VM) and Install the OS thereafter. It's solely written by me In a step-by-step manner and If you follow It precisely, you can't go wrong.

It Is a somewhat complex process to setup and configure, but that's why I've created the tutorial- to provide a clear understanding to all readers. I also have a guide for VMware Workstation & VirtualBox. I'm just putting the finishing touches before publishing It.

Awesome...thanks for the info. I'll look into the Hyper-V then. Give me a shout when your blog is up!

My blog has been online for around 6 weeks.

I've just completed the tutorial for VMware Workstation and this afternoon, will begin VirtualBox which will be ready later this evening. So Inclusive of Hyper-V, you'll have three VMs to choose from. Enable your PM so I can send the link.

PM sent Smile

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RE: Quick question #17
(07-11-2019, 03:27 PM)Nork0i Wrote:
(07-11-2019, 04:07 AM)mothered Wrote:
(07-10-2019, 01:29 PM)Nork0i Wrote: Awesome...thanks for the info. I'll look into the Hyper-V then. Give me a shout when your blog is up!

My blog has been online for around 6 weeks.

I've just completed the tutorial for VMware Workstation and this afternoon, will begin VirtualBox which will be ready later this evening. So Inclusive of Hyper-V, you'll have three VMs to choose from. Enable your PM so I can send the link.

PM sent Smile

I've received It, but It's disabled on your end, hence cannot send messages.

In your UserCP, click on "Edit Options" and then select the "Receive private messages from other users" checkbox.
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RE: Quick question #18
(07-12-2019, 04:07 AM)mothered Wrote:
(07-11-2019, 03:27 PM)Nork0i Wrote:
(07-11-2019, 04:07 AM)mothered Wrote: My blog has been online for around 6 weeks.

I've just completed the tutorial for VMware Workstation and this afternoon, will begin VirtualBox which will be ready later this evening. So Inclusive of Hyper-V, you'll have three VMs to choose from. Enable your PM so I can send the link.

PM sent Smile

I've received It, but It's disabled on your end, hence cannot send messages.

In your UserCP, click on "Edit Options" and then select the "Receive private messages from other users" checkbox.

Awkward haha..im an idiot...should be done now!

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RE: Quick question #19
(07-30-2019, 11:18 AM)Nork0i Wrote:
(07-12-2019, 04:07 AM)mothered Wrote:
(07-11-2019, 03:27 PM)Nork0i Wrote: PM sent Smile

I've received It, but It's disabled on your end, hence cannot send messages.

In your UserCP, click on "Edit Options" and then select the "Receive private messages from other users" checkbox.

Awkward haha..im an idiot...should be done now!

No problem at all.

Check your PM.
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RE: Quick question #20
sorry but if we know it's an exploid, you won't know how it works,

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