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    Hi guys,

    Can anyone point me to where i can find Operating System ISO files for virtualisation studies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowmatty View Post
    Hi guys,

    Can anyone point me to where i can find ISO files for virtualisation studies?

    Thanks all
    I was just looking at tickets to Australia two days ago. It's a 90% chance I am going in a few months. What is the biggest party city with the most of the opposite sex? That is the city I want to stay in.

    Either way, what kind of iso? What are your studies? It will help point you in the right direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndoee View Post
    I was just looking at tickets to Australia two days ago. It's a 90% chance I am going in a few months. What is the biggest party city with the most of the opposite sex? That is the city I want to stay in.
    I think Google might help you too
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott28tt View Post
    I think Google might help you too
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0C_oNMH0GTk

    Over 90% of the questions asked on this forum can be found through the internet. But, sometimes the questions bring people right here to Tech Exams. I will give you an example that you should have been able to see. No pun intended

    Here go to google and type in GCIH exam passed and the first link will be TECH EXAMS!!! So, sometimes google brings you back to Tech Exams.

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    I only just noticed the OP is from Brisbane - so now your question makes sense, ignore me!
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    Brisbane is ok...

    In regards to ISOs, I use the 180 day eval from MS (Same for SQL). Depending on what I'm building I may use the old 2008R2 (Good for memory contraints) or will use 2016.

    Otherwise I'll load up Linux, I tend to use CentOS or Linux Mint.

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