This procedure will destroy Everything on your Hard Drive. This procedure should never be used on a Live Production System. This should be used on a fresh empty server. LusoVPS isn't responsable for any problem arising from the usage of this tutorial. Use it at your own risk.
This is an example how to install Windows on our system. We will be using Windows 2008 but this may apply to any other.
First, login at our Management Portal: https://management.lusovps.com The details to login are available on the email with your product details.
Click on Settings Tab and make sure that you have your management page like this:
Next, click on the CDRom Tab and make sure you have your management page like this:
After everything is ok, click on the General Settings, and then press Reboot.
Now, click on the VNC button to open a VNC session. A new window will popup. Make sure that you have the popup blocker disabled for the management website. Also, make sure that you have the latest Java version installed, so that this procedure will work without any issue.
Once the VNC session is up, this is what you'll see:
After pressing Next, you'll see the following screen. Press 'Install' to begin the setup
Choose the Windows Version you would like to install. Remember to check that you have a serial that fits on what you're installing. For the sake of this tutorial, we choose the first option.
Now it's time to accept the license terms. Don't forget to read them :)
To start a clean setup, you need to choose the Custom (Advanced) option.
Partition your disk the way you want. In this example we will be installing without any extra partition.
But you can add as many partitions as you'd like (as long as you have disk space available)
After everything is done, Windows will start by installing itself.
And eventually it will end, and reboot automatically:)
When the VPS is rebooting, don't let it get on the setup again. Simply ignore the "Press any key to begin setup". The following screen will show up:
The first thing that Windows will do, is ask for an Administrator password. The complexity of this password is by default with number, letters and complex characters (like # or !) For example, a good password would be PleaseChangeThis911!. Don't use this password since this is a dictionary password and hackers might get a hold on your VPS.
And there you go. Your Password has been changed.
Your Windows setup is now complete.
Now install the GPLPV Drivers. Follow this link: http://wiki.lusovps.com/index.php/Gplpv