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Connecting your ISO image to the Virtual Machine

Connecting your ISO image to the Virtual Machine

1. Go to the VMmanager Control Panel from your Personal account or according to the data that was sent to you by mail after placing an order for a VM:

2. Go to the Dashboard and click "Upload ISO" button.

You can download the ISO image from your PC or provide a direct link to the image on the Internet. Please note that this link must be direct and the of link must be ended with

"image_name.iso". For the first time, it is better to download the ISO image from the local computer. Click to "Choose file" button and select the file ISO. Click to "Ok" button.

Wait for the ISO file to load. When the image is loaded, it will be available in the list of images , in our case it is the "Win10_ 21H2 _Englishinternational_ x64.iso" :

Please note that ISO images connected by the user have a lifetime of 1 day. The expiration time of an image can be seen in the list of previous images.

3. After that, go to the “Virtual machines” section and turn off your VM :

Click on the "ISO" button

Select the downloaded image from the dropdown menu. The "Boot priority" should be "To the beginning":

The next step is to mount the image with drivers for virtual machines "vitrio-win". The connection order is the same as in the previous step, only "Boot priority" select "To the end".

As a result, we should get the following list:

4. Start your VM. Immediately go to the session console via VNC

If we have connected everything correctly, the VNC Console should OS installation will start from the connected image:

At the stage choice places for installation with us sooner all connected will not be visible carriers the correctly connections in #3 section of this manual. Here we can use the connected "vitrio-win image" Click "Load driver" then "Browse" and select our connected ISO _

Depending on the bit depth and the name of the OS being installed, we look for the appropriate drivers in the "viostor" folder :

The driver for your OS should appear in the list:

If it's empty, check if the selected path is correct. Click "Next" Now installer sees drive0:

Delete all partitions, select the all of "Unallocated Space" and click "Next" button. Or, you can partition the disk, format the partitions and continue the installation (everything is like on a PC).

5. After installing the system, you need to install drivers for the VirtIO network card.

The driver must be installed automatically.

In the same way, you can install the rest of the devises in "Other drivers" section. Now we need to configure the network card.

You can find the IP address of your VM in the Control Panel

If your subnet is, then set the settings as in the screenshot:

For the second subnet, the settings are as follows:
IP -
DNS1 -
DNS2 -

For the third subnet, the settings are as follows:
IP -
DNS1 -
DNS2 -

6. When you have specified the network settings, (if everything is done correctly) the server should be available on the network via RDP. If not available, you need to enable "Remote Desktop" in the "System" menu:

After successful installation, you need to stop the VM and, in the "Disks" section, disconnect the images that you connected:

Start the VM and check connections.
1. The Microsoft Windows operating system used in this manual is provided on a
trial basis.
2. There may be problems with the connection of the so-called. multiboot ( x86-64)
3. With other versions of Windows , the installation procedure is almost the same.
4. With other operating systems (for example, linux ), everything is similar, only the
installation of the OS itself is different, and virtio drivers are most likely not
5. Do not use too short and simple passwords. Use password generators like this:

Published: June 21, 2022