In this article, I am going to step you through two primary steps: turning on wireless feature and adding Hyper-V as a server role. If you are unsure where to start in the process, please refer back to one of the previous posts:

 

First we will add the wireless feature. Next to the ‘Start’ button, you will see an icon for the Server Manager.


 

From here, locate ‘Features’ on the left hand side. This will display the ‘Features’ section in the center pane. From here, you will be able to click ‘Add Features’


 

If you scroll all the way down, you will be able to check ‘Wireless LAN Service’ and click ‘Next’.


 

Now that we have the Wireless LAN Service, let’s add the Hyper-V role to our server. From the Server Manager mentioned earlier, select ‘Roles’ in the left hand pane. This will allow you to select ‘Add Role’ in the center console.


 

Click ‘Add Roles’ and follow the illustrations below:


 
 


 
 


 
 


 
 


 
 


 

We will now move on to configuring RRAS on the server: Configuring RRAS for Windows Server 2008 R2

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