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Building Your SAP Business One Demo Infrastructure – Part Three

So now you have your Hyper-V Server configured and you also have your administration workstation(s) set up with the Remote Server Administration Tools, its time to download the necessary ISO files to install your virtual servers with.

So the pre-requisite for this is to be registered as a Microsoft Registered Partner as a minimum and to have signed up for a Microsoft Action Pack Subscription.

You can access both of these options at and I highly recommend that you sign up for this as the value delivered is excellent for the investment and you’ll get access to sales tools to help you position and promote tools like Microsoft Small Business Server, Sharepoint and Office, all of which you need to be aware of in order to effectively sell SAP Business One and demonstrate it effectively together with these tools and platform (in my opinion).

I also have an MSDN Subscription which is also valuable as there are a number of tools and services this gives you access to.

Whilst we are on the subject, you may also find that a TechNet subscription is very helpful for your support team.

Anyway, assuming you have done all this, you can now download the software you’ll need as covered in this video.

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