- PartnerSource Account
- Windows 8
- Hardware (processor and motherboard) can support Virtual Technology
- Hyper V
(a) It requires a lot of resources. I had no troubles on my machine with the previous version, but this one immediately took all resources, including complete capacity of 4 processors (2.4 GHz).
(b) Fortunately, killing SharePoint helped me to get to some normal numbers.
It’s also obvious that 6 GB of RAM (that successfully I used for the previous version) aren’t sufficient anymore – Microsoft recommends 16 GB.
Login to PartnerSource and land to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Solution Demos page
Execute AX2012R2*.exe file to merge all files into one folder
You will see these 3 folders after merge
Enable Hyper V
Run Hyper V Manager
Step 4: Right click and select “Virtual Switch Manager”
Step 5: Choose “Internal” and “Create Virtual Switch”
Step 6: Give it a name then “OK”
Step 7: Import Virtual Machine
Step 9: Locate Folder and then “Next”
Step 10: Select Virtual Machine
Step 11: Choose Import Type
Step 12: Choose Destination.
- Make sure to update all the path to your local machine
Step 13: Choose Storage Folder and then “Next”
- Make sure the hard drive has enough space for the image to copy over
Step 14: Configure Memory. Choose an appropriate memory for VM
Step 15: Connect Network. Pick a connection that we setup above before “Import Virtual Machine”
Step 16: Update and Verify locations if necessary
Step 17: Summary and Finish
Step 1: Start the VM
Step 2: Login
Step 3: Enjoy AX