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A Guide with Screenshots on Setting Up a PDC

Hi All

I have created a step by step guide with screenshots on how to setup a PDC appliance.

PDC Setup Guide

Comments and suggestions welcome.

Please excuse any errors etc.

Regards

Liraz Siri's picture

Comments

Good work Stuart! A few comments:

  • It would be best to link to the domain controller appliance page rather than to the domain-controller ISO's download. Otherwise your readers don't see the documentation for that appliance AND won't get the new version when we come out with it (unless you remember to update that page). Also some readers might find it easier to deploy the VM build so if you link directly to the ISO they may not even realize it's available.
  • This guide also would make a great addition to the community documentation if you're up for it.
  • I've moved this thread to the general forum as it isn't really a support question/request.

Thanks

Hi Liraz

Many thanks for the positive feedback.

OK I have changed the link to the PDC main page.

Yes you can move the guide to the community documentation if you wish.

Regards

Liraz Siri's picture

Linked from the PDC documentation

I've added a link to your guide to the documentation. If you ever move that link, or shut down the site, drop us a line. Many thanks.

Jeremy's picture

Hey Stuart do you have an updated link?

Or is it possible to upload your tutorial somewhere else? A few people have asked after it. Cheers

Links back up

Hi Guys

Had been ill for while and did not update my site.

All is well now and links / site is back up

Regards

Jeremy's picture

Hope you're feeling better

Thanks for letting us know :)

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