Using the Start State feature will allow you to capture your Virtual Machines in the correct state for delivery to your end users. It “freezes” the state of your current lab so that each end user will get a copy of the lab in its current state.
To use Start State, finish all of your lab development and follow our Suggestions for creating a successful lab. Then click the Developer menu in the top menu bar of the lab interface and click Start State. In the Store Start State window, select the Virtual Machines to capture and fill out the note describing what you are capturing. Click on OK.
Note: You may get a pop-up note about Dynamic MAC addresses. Please consider what the message says before continuing and then click Yes or No.
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