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Creating a VMware Template for Windows Server 2008R2 using the Windows AIK

I’ve been experimenting with creating a good Windows Server 2008 R2 template for VMware vSphere 4 and wondered just how many times Microsoft would allow an activation on the same MSDN license key (Multiple Activation) for the OS.  I often deploy multiple servers at a time and am always fearful of activating since I don’t want the key to be shut off.  Typically I only run these servers for short periods of time so not activating is no big deal, however in longer running projects I often have no choice but to either activate or destroy and redeploy.  With information that I’ve come across on

Deploying a Window Server 2008 R2 VMware Template and Joining It To A Domain

Based on original articles located here: http://itnervecenter.com/content/deploying-window-server-2008-r2-vmware-template-and-joining-it-domain

and VMware communities article located here: http://communities.vmware.com/thread/251925

Can't get your Windows Server 2008 R2 virtual machine deployed from a vCenter template to join a Windows Active Directory domain. Try the following tips.

MCUpdater for Minecraft Client and Server

Original Article: http://mcupdater.com/doku.php?id=installation

  These instructions are for MCUpdater 2.0. Quite a few things have changed
  since then, and updates are forthcoming. For more help, see us on IRC.

Please note. MCUpdater tries to muck with the Minecraft jar as little as possible. Old (pre 1.36) versions of MCU would constantly overwrite everything in the .minecraft folder, but newer versions store their data in a parallel .MCUpdater directory and launch your selected instance from there.

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