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Quick Deployment Guide
Virtual Appliance
Deployment Guide
Quick Start Guide
















Quick Start Guide




Winfrasoft Virtual Appliance Deployment
Guide for VMware and Hyper-V



Published: October 2013
Applies to: Winfrasoft Gateway Appliance
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Table of Contents 3

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................................................. 3
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 4
EXTRACTING DOWNLOAD FILES .................................................................................................. 4
CREATE A NEW VIRTUAL MACHINE .................................................................................. 5
VIRTUAL HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................................... 5
SUPPORTED PLATFORMS .............................................................................................................. 5
VMWARE WORKSTATION 7.X ...................................................................................................... 6
MICROSOFT HYPER-V ................................................................................................................ 14
FIRST POWER ON .................................................................................................................... 18

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Introduction
The Winfrasoft appliance is factory prepared to provide a fast and consistent setup process.
This quick start guide is designed to help you with the initial setup process for evaluating an
appliance. It is highly recommend that you follow all of the instructions in this document.
The appliance includes various wizards to aid the deployment process by assisting with
network adapter configuration, Microsoft Forefront TMG rule creation and Microsoft
Forefront TMG/UAG 2010 setup, please refer to the appropriate setup guide to assist you
with the rest of the deployment.
This document assumes that you have downloaded the Appliance self-extracting RAR files
which contain the Appliance installation files.
Extracting Download Files
There are typically 7 or 8 files which make up a download set. The names of these files
would reflect the Winfrasoft Appliance model which you are evaluating and its version
number.
For example, if you are evaluating the Forefront TMG Workgroup/Standard edition, the files
would be named as follows:
TMGSE2010-4.x.x.part1.exe
TMGSE2010-4.x.x.part2.rar
TMGSE2010-4.x.x.part3.rar
TMGSE2010-4.x.x.part4.rar
Etc

(1) Copy all the archive files into a single folder.
(2) Run the part1 executable file to begin the extraction.
(3) The setup package will extract an ISO DVD image and supporting documentation in
PDF format.

After the self-extraction has completed, you will have a new .ISO in the current folder.
TMGSE2010-4.0.10123.iso
This ISO image is bootable image that can be burnt to DVD or mounted as a DVD to your
Virtual Machine environment.
The ISO can also be applied to a USB stick by running the makeusb.cmd command on the
root of the ISO image. This command must be run from an admin command prompt on
Windows Vista or higher and it will create a bootable USB stick which can be used to build
an evaluation appliance on a supported physical server platform.

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Create a New Virtual Machine
Virtual Hardware Requirements
The minimum recommended hardware requirements for a guest VM are as follows:
Item Value
CPU 1 (Multi CPU/Core is ideal)
RAM 4Gb (Will function with 2Gb but not
recommended)
Hard Disk 40Gb minimum, 160Gb recommended
Network interfaces 2 (for TMG firewall or UAG)
1 (for TMG proxy only)
Supported Platforms
Winfrasoft virtual appliances are supported on the following platforms supporting 64bit
guest architecture:
Microsoft:
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 / 2012 x64 with Hyper-V
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 / 2012 R2 with Hyper-V
Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 / 2012 (including R2)
VMware:
VMware Workstation 6.x and higher
VMware vSphere
VMware vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi) 4.x and higher
VMware Server

Note: There is currently no support for Citrix XenServer


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VMware Workstation 7.x
Ensure that you have access to the downloaded ISO file from the server hosting the virtual
machine image:
(1) Open VMware Workstation

(2) Click File New Virtual Machine

(3) Select Custom (advanced). Click Next.

(4) Select Workstation 6.5-7.x. Click Next.
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(5) Select I will install the operating system later and click Next.

(6) Select Microsoft Windows with a version Windows Server 2008 R2 x64. Click Next.

(7) Enter a Virtual Machine name and a location for the Virtual machine image. Click Next.
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(8) Click Next.(Depending on the capabilities of your workstation, choose either 1 or 2
processors for this evaluation appliance)

(9) Set the Memory for the Virtual Machine to 4096 Mb. Depending on the capabilities of
your workstation, choose between 2Gb and 4Gb of RAM for this evaluation appliance.
Click Next.

(10) Select the preferred network connectivity option for the appliance in your environment
and click Next.
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(11) Select LSI Logic SAS and click Next.

(12) Select Create a new virtual disk and click Next.

(13) Select SCSI and click Next.
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(14) Set the Maximum disk size (GB) to at least 40Gb, 160Gb recommended, and click Next.

(15) Click Next.

(16) Click Customize Hardware
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(17) Click Add

(18) Select Network Adapter and click Next.

(19) Select the preferred network connectivity option for the appliance in your environment
and click Finish.
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(20) Select the New CD/DVD device. Select the Use ISO image file option and browse for the
extracted ISO image file.

(21) Click OK to complete the hardware customization.
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(22) Click Finish to complete the Virtual Machine creation.

(23) Proceed to the First Power On section of this guide.


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Microsoft Hyper-V
Ensure that you have access to the downloaded ISO file from the server hosting the virtual
machine image:
(1) Open Hyper-V Manager

(2) Select NewVirtual Machine

(3) Click Next.

(4) Enter a Virtual Machine name. Click Next.
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(5) Set the Memory for the Virtual Machine to 4096 Mb. Depending on the capabilities of
your workstation, choose between 2Gb and 4Gb of RAM for this evaluation appliance.
Click Next.

(6) Leave the Connection as Not Connected as they can be connected at a later stage. Click
Next.

(7) Set the Maximum disk size (GB) to at least 40Gb and click Next.
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(8) Set the location of the extracted ISO image file and click Next.

(9) Click Finish to complete the Virtual Machine creation.

(10) Right click the new Virtual Machine and select Settings
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(11) Select Network Adapter and Click Add to add an additional NIC.

(12) Click OK to close the settings menu.
(13) Proceed to the First Power On section of this guide.

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First Power On
When starting up the Virtual Machine for the first time the hard drive is empty. The ISO
image is bootable and will prepare the hard drive for appliance use.

(1) Power on the virtual machine. The Virtual Machine will boot from the ISO image and
start Windows in the appliance setup environment.


(2) Click Return to Factory Settings.

(3) Click Yes.
The virtual hard drive will be partitioned and formatted and the data in the ISO will be
restored to the virtual hard drive. This may take 5 to 20 mins depending on the disk IO
thoughput of your virtual platform.
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(4) Your appliance has been restored to Factory Settings. The ISO image file can now be
un-mounted from the CD/DVD drive.
Click OK to reboot the appliance.


Your Virtual Machine is now ready for product specific configuration. Please refer to the relevant
Installation and Configuration Guide to complete the installation for evaluation purposes.