Create the Identity Router Hyper-V Virtual Machine Create the Identity Router Hyper-V Virtual Machine
Use Hyper-V Manager to create a virtual machine for the identity router.
Before you begin
You must have administrative privileges to access Hyper-V Manager.
Decide if you are deploying one or two network interfaces. For planning information, see Identity Router Network Interfaces and Default Ports.
Sign in to Hyper-V Manager.
To create a new virtual machine, click Hyper-V Host > New > Virtual Machine.
Follow the wizard. In each dialog box, provide the following information.
Dialog Box Required Information Specify Name and Location Name of the identity router virtual machine. Specify Generation Select Generation 1. Assign Memory
Startup memory = 8192 MB (recommended).
Minimum memory = at least 75% of the maximum memory
or use static memory
For more information, see Identity Router Virtual Appliance Hardware and Software Requirements for On-Premises Deployments.
Configure Networking Select the network for the management network adaptor. Connect Virtual Hard Disk Select Use an existing virtual hard disk and browse to the location where the identity router VHD image is available. Completing the New Virtual Machine Wizard Review and click Finish.
The new virtual machine appears in the list of virtual machines.
- Perform these steps only for deployments with two network interfaces:
Select the new virtual machine, right-click, and select Settings.
On the Add Hardware page, select Network Adapter and click Add.
On the Network Adaptor page, select the network for your portal interface, then click Apply and OK.
Select the new virtual machine from the list of virtual machines. Right-click and select Start.
With the virtual machine selected, right-click again and select Connect.
The Identity Router VM Console displays.
After you finish