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Creating Amazon EC2 Instances with

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Self-Paced Lab
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Contents
Lab Overview............................................................................................................................................. 3
Overview...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Topics covered............................................................................................................................................. 3
Technical knowledge prerequisites.............................................................................................................. 3
Activity Tracking........................................................................................................................................... 3
Download Remote Desktop Client Software (Mac users)............................................................................4
Using commands, scripts, or code in these labs.......................................................................................... 4
Other AWS Services.................................................................................................................................... 4
What Is Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)?......................................................................4
The AWS Console...................................................................................................................................... 5
Accessing the AWS Management Console.................................................................................................. 5
Create a New Amazon EC2 Instance with Windows Server...................................................................6
Application Machine Images (AMIs) and instances.....................................................................................6
Launch a Windows instance........................................................................................................................ 6
Download your Amazon EC2 key pair private key file..................................................................................7
Configure the Windows Instance............................................................................................................. 9
Browse the Default Web Site..................................................................................................................... 10
Edit iisstart.htm using Notepad.................................................................................................................. 12
Connect to the web server......................................................................................................................... 13
Assign a fixed IP address.......................................................................................................................... 14
Conclusion............................................................................................................................................... 15
End Your Lab............................................................................................................................................ 15
What Next?............................................................................................................................................... 16
Additional Resources.............................................................................................................................. 16
Lab Overview............................................................................................................................................. 3
Overview...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Topics covered............................................................................................................................................. 3
Technical knowledge prerequisites.............................................................................................................. 3
Activity Tracking........................................................................................................................................... 3

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Download Remote Desktop Client Software (Mac users)............................................................................4


Using commands, scripts, or code in these labs.......................................................................................... 4
Other AWS Services.................................................................................................................................... 4
What Is Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)?......................................................................4
The AWS Console...................................................................................................................................... 5
Accessing the AWS Management Console.................................................................................................. 5
Create a New Amazon EC2 Instance with Windows Server...................................................................6
Application Machine Images (AMIs) and instances.....................................................................................6
Launch a Windows instance........................................................................................................................ 6
Download your Amazon EC2 key pair private key file..................................................................................7
Configure the Windows Instance............................................................................................................. 9
Browse the Default Web Site..................................................................................................................... 10
Edit iisstart.htm using Notepad.................................................................................................................. 12
Connect to the web server......................................................................................................................... 13
Assign a fixed IP address.......................................................................................................................... 14
End Your Lab............................................................................................................................................ 15
Conclusion............................................................................................................................................... 16
What Next?............................................................................................................................................... 16
Additional Resources.............................................................................................................................. 16

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Lab Overview
Overview
This lab leads you through the steps to launch and configure your first Microsoft Windows virtual machine
in the Amazon cloud. You will learn about using Windows Amazon Machine Images to launch Amazon
EC2 instances, bootstrapping using PowerShell, creating key pairs for authentication, securing network
access to Amazon EC2 instances with security groups and attaching Elastic IPs to Amazon EC2
instances to provide static internet addresses. At the end of this lab you will have deployed a simple web
server and will view the metadata of your Amazon EC2 instance.

Topics covered
By the end of this lab, you will be able to:

Create a new Amazon EC2 instance with Windows Server 2012 R2 and IIS.
Create a security group to restrict access to the servers resources.
Launch the instance.
Access the instance.
Associate an Elastic IP address with your Amazon EC2 instance.

Technical knowledge prerequisites


To successfully complete this lab, you should be familiar with basic Windows Server administration.

Activity Tracking
This lab tracks your completion of key activities, called Objectives. The Objectives for this lab and the
point values awarded for them are described in one of the Instruction Tabs on the qwikLABS page for this
lab, as shown below. If you do not complete a sufficient number of the Objectives, in the amount of time
allotted, you will not be marked as having completed the lab, and the lab will not count towards a Quest
Badge. The lab instance and the Objectives you completed (and the ones you did not complete) will be
retained as feedback in your student dashboard for you to refer to at a later time.

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Download Remote Desktop Client Software (Mac users)


If you are running Windows on your local machine, you can use Remote Desktop Connection to access
your Amazon EC2 instance. If you are on a Mac and do not have Remote Desktop Connection installed,
you can download and install it from one of these links:

Remote Desktop Client Connection for Macintosh http://www.microsoft.com/en-


us/download/details.aspx?id=18140
CoRD for Macintosh http://cord.sourceforge.net/

Using commands, scripts, or code in these labs


Copying text from Word documents or PDF files frequently introduces line breaks or extra (sometimes
hidden) characters when you paste the text elsewhere. For example, lab instructions sometimes fail
because a student has pasted directly from a PDF into an SSH session, and the commands werent
executed properly. Although we encourage students to type many of the commands themselves to help
encourage learning of the core concepts, many labs include a text file that contains the required
commands on the qwikLABS lab overview page. This text file contains commands required for the lab so
that you can easily copy and paste the commands into the appropriate places during the lab. If you To use
this text file, download it to your computer, open it in a text editor, and read the instructions located at the
beginning of the text file.

Other AWS Services


Other AWS Services than the ones needed for this lab are disabled by IAM policy during your access time
in this lab. In addition, the capabilities of the services used in this lab are limited to whats required by the
lab and in some cases are even further limited as an intentional aspect of the lab design. Expect errors
when accessing other services or performing actions beyond those provided in this lab guide.

What Is Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)?


Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity
in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers.

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Amazon EC2s simple web service interface allows you to obtain and configure capacity with minimal
friction. It provides you with complete control of your computing resources and lets you run on Amazons
proven computing environment. Amazon EC2 reduces the time required to obtain and boot new server
instances to minutes, allowing you to quickly scale capacity, both up and down, as your computing
requirements change. Amazon EC2 changes the economics of computing by allowing you to pay only for
capacity that you actually use.
Amazon EC2 enables you to increase or decrease capacity within minutes, not hours or days. You can
commission one, hundreds or even thousands of server instances simultaneously. Of course, because
this is all controlled with web service APIs, your application can automatically scale itself up and down
depending on its needs.
You have complete control of your instances. You have root access to each one, and you can interact with
them as you would any machine. You can stop your instance while retaining the data on your boot
partition and then subsequently restart the same instance using web service APIs. Instances can be
rebooted remotely using web service APIs. You also have access to console output of your instances.
You have the choice of multiple instance types, operating systems, and software packages. Amazon EC2
allows you to select a configuration of memory, CPU, instance storage, and the boot partition size that is
optimal for your choice of operating system and application. For example, your choice of operating
systems includes numerous Linux distributions and Microsoft Windows Server.
For further information, see the official Amazon Web Services Documentation for Amazon EC2 at
https://aws.amazon.com/documentation/ec2/.

The AWS Management Console


Use qwikLABS to Sign In to Accessing the AWS Management Console

1. On the Lab Details tab (in the same row of tabs as this instruction document), notice the lab
properties:

a. Setup Time - The estimated time to set up the lab environment.

b. Duration The estimated time the lab should take to complete.

c. Access - The time the lab will run before automatically shutting down.

2. To the right of the lab title, click Start Lab to launch your qwikLABS. If you are prompted for a token,
use the one distributed to you (or the token you purchased).

A status bar shows the progress of the lab environment creation process.

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Note Its possible that the Start button will re-appear before the progress bar appears. Give it a second
and you should see the progress bar.
A status bar shows the progress of the lab environment creation process (the AWS Management Console
is accessible during lab resource creation, but your AWS resources may not be fully available until the
process is complete).

The AWS Management Console is accessible during lab resource creation, but your AWS resources
may not be fully available until the process is complete.

3. On the lab details page, notice the lab properties.

a. Setup Time - The estimated time to set up the lab environment.

b. Duration The estimated time the lab should take to complete.

c. Access - The time the lab will run before automatically shutting down.

2. The Connection drop-down panel is automatically opened when the lab starts. Practice closing and
re-opening it with its drop-down triangle. While open it may obscure some of these lab instructions
temporarily. On the open Connection panel, click Open Console, which will automatically log you in
to the AWS Console. When you return back to these instructions, close the Connection drop-down to
resume reading and following the rest of these lab instructions.

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4. In the Connection section of the qwikLABS page, copy the Password to the clipboard.

5. Click Open Console.

6. Sign in to the AWS Management Console using the following steps:


a. In the User Name box, type awsstudent.

b. In the Password box, paste the password copied from the lab details page.

c. Click Sign In.

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The AWS account is automatically generated by qwikLABS. Also, the login credentials for the awsstudent
account are provisioned by qwikLABS using AWS Identity Access Management.

Create a New Amazon EC2 Instance with Windows Server


In this lab, you will launch a default Windows Server 2012 R2 Base instance and install IIS 8.0 using a
small PowerShell script that runs during boot-up.

Application Machine Images (AMIs) and instances


Amazon EC2 provides templates known as Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) that contain a software
configuration (for example, an operating system, an application server, and applications). You use these
templates to launch an instance, which is a copy of the AMI running as a virtual server in the cloud.
You can launch different types of instances from a single AMI. An instance type essentially determines the
hardware capabilities of the virtual host computer for your instance. Each instance type offers different
compute and memory capabilities. Select an instance type based on the amount of memory and
computing power that you need for the application or software that you plan to run on the instance. You
can launch multiple instances from an AMI.
Your instance keeps running until you stop or terminate it, or until it fails. If an instance fails, you can
launch a new one from the AMI.

Launch a Windows instance

3. In the AWS Management Console, on the Services menu, click EC2.

4. Click Launch Instance.

5. You first need to select an AMI. In the row for Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Base, click
Select.

6. On the Choose an Instance Type page, confirm that the Micro instance type, which is the smallest
and lowest-cost option, is automatically selected.

7. Click Next: Configure Instance Details.

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8. On the Configure Instance Details page, expand the Advanced Details section.

9. Enter the following initialization script into the User Data text box and select As Text. DO NOT
paste this text from this PDF lab guide. The dash characters can be translated as non-ASCII.. If you
prefer not to type the below command, open the link on the qwikLABS console for the command
reference text file, and then to locate this command, and copy and paste it from there into the User
Data text box.
<powershell>Install-WindowsFeature Web-Server
-IncludeManagementTools -IncludeAllSubFeature</powershell>

This script will automatically install Internet Information Server when the instance launches.

10. Click Next: Add Storage.

11. Accept the default settings and click Next: Tag Instance.

12. NextIn the Value box, type a name for your instance in the Value box.

Note This name, more correctly known as a tag, appears in the console when the instance
launches. This makes it easy to keep track of running machines in a complex environment.

13. Click Next: Configure Security Group.

14. On the Configure Security Group page, click the option Create a new security group.

15. Name the security group (e.g., Self-Paced-Lab).

Note The RDP port should already appear with a port of 3389.

16. Click Add Rule.

17. In the Type drop-down list, click HTTP. This should default to port 80.

18. Click Add Rule.

19. In the Type drop-down list, click HTTPS. This should default to port 443.

20. Click Review and Launch.

Note You may see a warning on this screen that Your security group is open to the world.
This is a result of not restricting RDP access to your machine. For the purposes of this lab only,
you may ignore this warning.

21. Review your choices, and then click Launch.

22. In the key pair dialog box, leave it selected on Choose an existing key pair, and select the
acknowledgment box, and then click Launch Instances.Select Create a new key pair and assign
a name. The key pair file (.pem) will download automatically - save this in a safe place as we will

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later use this file to log in to the instance. Finally, choose "Launch Instances" to complete the set
up.

23. On the status page, click View Instances.


Note The Instances tab of the Amazon EC2 Dashboard displays the list of all running Amazon
EC2 instances in the currently selected region. You can see the status of your instance here.

24. Click on the newly generated unique Instance ID to monitor the progress. Click Refresh if the
instance status is not updated.

25. When the instance is running, select the check box next to your instance to display details and a
status update in the lower pane.

Download your Amazon EC2 key pair private key file


You will need to download the Amazon EC2 key pair private key file in the PEM format from the qwikLABS
web page in order to connect to your instance.

26. Return to the qwikLABS Lab Overview page.

27. In the Download PEM/PPK drop-down list, click Download PEM.

Note You may need to collapse the Addl Info tab to see the Download PEM/PPK list.

28. Save the file to the directory of your choice.

29. Return to the EC2 Console.

30. Select the newly launched instance and click Connect.

31. In the Connect To Your Instance dialog box, click Get Password. You may get a message that you
need to wait a while longer for the instance to fully initialize.

32. Click Choose File.

33. Select the PEM key pair that you just downloaded. The PEM file name should match the key name
value displayed here.

34. Click Decrypt Password. This will display the Administrator password. When your password is
successfully created, you will see a screen similar to this.

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Click Decrypt Password. This will display the Administrator password.

35. Copy the password to your clipboard.

36. Click Download Remote Desktop File.

37. Save the RDP file to your computer.

38. Click Close.

39. Use Remote Desktop Connection (Windows) or other RDP client (Mac, Linux) to launch open the
downloaded RDP file and connect using the Administrator account and the password noted earlieryou
copied to your clipboard.
Open the RDP file that you downloaded. This should automatically launch the RDP session.
Note If the RDP client does not open with the connection information filled out automatically, you can
manually open a new connection with the RDP client software, and enter the Public DNS name of your
newly launched Windows instance. This Public DNS name can be found in the instances Description tab,
after selecting it in the Instance list.

Note If the RDP connection fails to work, it could be due to your company firewall. Please ask your
network administrator if port 3389 traffic is permitted. If your firewall doesnt allow that port, you may
need to complete the lab from your home network.

40. If you receive any security warnings, click Connect or Accept.


Note The security warning is normal the first time you login because the Windows Server instance does not
include an SSL certificate identifying your client computer.

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41. When prompted, paste the password that you decrypted earlier.

42. Click OK.

43. If you are prompted with a security warning, click Yes to allow the connection.

Configure the Windows Instance


The AMI has already been customized with the installation of IIS from the PowerShell script you entered
as User Data when the instance was launched.

44. Launch Server Manager from the taskbar.

Note You may need to expand maximize your session window to see the taskbar.

45. In the navigation pane, click Local Server.


46. In the PROPERTIES For <servername> section, for IE Enhanced Security Configuration, click the
On link.
47. In the Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration dialog box, click Off for both
Administrators and Users, and then click OK.
48. Click Tasks -> Refresh to see this change reflected in the Properties panel.

49. In Server Manager, Cclick on IIS in the left navigation panel. It may will take a few 3-4 minutes to
finish installing before it appears in the navigation panel. Note: If you dont see IIS listed in the left
column, click the circular refresh icon in the top toolbar.

Note: If you do not see IIS in the left navigation bar, it could be that Windows is still installing it and it
takes a moment time to update the screen. You can click the Refresh icon at the top of Server
Manager to update progress. If you still dont see it after a couple of minutes, it could be due to a
syntax error or non-ascii character in the PowerShell command that was placed in the Userdata
section when launching the instance(e.g. missing character or non-ASCII character). In that case, you
can open PowerShell on your instance and manually run this PowerShelle command (but leavinge
out the <powershell> tags) to install IIS, like this:

Install-WindowsFeature Web-Server -IncludeManagementTools


-IncludeAllSubFeature

50. Right click on the Server that appears (there should only be one), and then in the context menu,
select Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager (see screenshot below).

Note: If you do not see IIS in the left navigation bar, it could be that Windows is still installing it and it
takes a moment to update the screen. You can click the Refresh icon at the top of Server Manager to
update progress. If you still dont see it after a minute, it could be due to a syntax error in the
PowerShell command in the Userdata (e.g. missing character or non-ASCII character). In that case,
you can open PowerShell on your instance and manually run the command (but leave out the

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<powershell> tags), like this:

Install-WindowsFeature Web-Server -IncludeManagementTools


-IncludeAllSubFeature

Browse the Default Web Site

51. Click the arrow next to the sever name in the left column to expand it. If you are prompted with an
invitation for Microsoft Web Platform, hit click No or Cancel.

52. Click the arrow next to Sites to expand it.

53. Right-click on Default Web Site.

54. Select Manage Website, and then in the context menu, select Browse.

55. The browser launches and connects to the dDefault Web Sitehome page. It may launch behind the
IIS window. This confirms that IIS is functioning properly.

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56. Minimize the browser.

57. From the IIS Manager, open the directory where the web assets are stored (C:\inetpub\wwwroot) by
right-clicking on Default Web Site and selecting Explore.

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Edit iisstart.htm using Notepad

58. In File Explorer, Rright-click on iistart.htm.

59. Click Open With, and then in the context menu, select Notepad.

60. Erase the contents of the file and paste the following text block from the command reference file,
using the link from the qwikLABS lab page.
<html>
<body>
<a href="http://169.254.169.254/latest/meta-data/">Instance Metadata</a>
<a href="http://169.254.169.254/latest/meta-data/hostname">Instance
Hostname</a>
<a href="http://169.254.169.254/latest/meta-data/placement/availability-
zone">Instance Availability Zone</a>
<a href="http://169.254.169.254/latest/user-data">Instance Userdata</a>
</body>
</html>

61. Save and close the text file.

62. In IE, Rreload the Default Web Site default home pageagain., eEither using click the refresh icon in
your already-running Internet Explorer web browser, or if you need to restart IE, enter the URL
http://localhost

63. The browser launches and connects to your newly edited home page, containing your four new links
to Instance Metadata. These, links leveraging the make API calls to the meta-data service.

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64. Click the links to view instance metadata and user data that was passed during launch.
Instance Metadata

Instance Hostname (the result will vary)

Instance Availability Zone (the result will vary based on the region and availability zone used)

Instance Userdata

Connect to the web server

65. Return to the EC2 Management Console.

66. Copy the DNS name of your instance. It will look similar to ec2-54-186-200-130.us-west-
2.compute.amazonaws.com.

67. Enter the DNS name of your instance into the Internet Explorer browser running in your RDP session
and connect to the server. If successful, you will see your default web site:

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Assign a fixed IP address


AWS offers Elastic IP addresses (EIPs), which are actually NAT addresses that operate at a regional
level. That is, an Elastic IP address works across Availability Zones within a single region. Now assign an
EIP to your instance.

68. In the EC2 Management Console, in the navigation pane, click Elastic IPs.

69. Click Allocate New Address.

70. In the confirmation prompt, click Yes, Allocate.

71. Click Close.

72. Right-click the newly allocated EIP and click Associate Address.

73. Select the instance that you just launched and click Associate. (The instance ID may vary).
Now your Elastic IP address is associated to your instance.
Note Your RDP session will be disconnected when the public IP address changes. Thats OK,
you wont need it anymore in this lab.

74. In the EC2 Dashboard navigation bar, click Instances. Your instance should now report its new IP
address and Public DNS name in the console:

75. Copy the Public DNS address and paste it into the address bar in your web browser running on your
local computer. If successful, you will see your default web site:

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Note Notice that tThe links to Instance Metadata, etc. will not resolve. If you have additional time in the
lab, research Instance Metadata and User Data to find out why this is!

Conclusion
Congratulations! You now have seen how to:
Create a new Amazon EC2 server instance from an existing server template.
Create a security group to restrict access to the servers resources.
Launch the instance.
Access the instance.
Associate an Elastic IP address with your Amazon EC2 instance.

End Your Lab


Follow these steps to close the console, end your lab, and evaluate the experience.

76. In the upper right of the navigation bar of the AWS Management Console, click
<yourqwiklabsacct@yourmail.com> @ <AccountNumber>, and then click Sign Out.

77. Close any active SSH client sessions or remote desktop sessions.

78. On the qwikLABS page, click End Lab.

79. In the confirmation message, click OK.

80. (Optional) Select the applicable number of stars, type a comment, and then click Submit.
Note: The number of stars indicates the following:
1 star = Very dissatisfied
2 stars = Dissatisfied
3 stars = Neutral
4 stars = Satisfied
5 stars = Very satisfied

81. You may close the dialog if you dont want to provide feedback.Follow these steps to close the
console, end your lab, and evaluate the experience.

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82. In the navigation bar of the AWS Management Console, click awsstudent@<AccountNumber>, and
then click Sign out.

83. Close any active SSH client sessions or remote desktop sessions.

84. On the qwikLABS page, click End Lab.

85. In the confirmation message, click OK.

86. (Optional) Select the applicable number of stars, type a comment, and then click Submit.

87.

What Next?
This lab is part of one or more qwikLABS Quests. If you have completed this lab successfully, you could
be on your way to earning a Badgeall you need to do is enroll in the Quest and complete the remaining
labs. Visit https://qwiklabs.com/lab_catalogue to explore Quests and enroll.

After completing this lab, here are some suggested next labs that build on the skills learned here. You
can search and find these by keyword at https://qwikLABS.com/ :
Using Open Data with Amazon S3.
Working with Amazon EC2 Container Service.
Creating Amazon EC2 Instances with Microsoft Windows.Working with Amazon Route 53 Traffic Flow.

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Windows Server Website Hosting on AWS: Getting Started
Administering Amazon RDS for Microsoft SQL Server

Additional Resources
For more information about AWS Training and Certification, see http://aws.amazon.com/training/.
For more AWS Self-Paced Labs, see http://run.qwiklabs.com.
To learn more about Microsoft solutions with Amazon Web Services, see
https://aws.amazon.com/windows/.
For feedback, suggestions, or corrections, please email us at aws-course-feedback@amazon.com.

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