Welcome to the Exchange, Office, and Office 365 Workshop Attendee Student Lab Number Provisioning Tool
Welcome! This tool is designed to help you complete the hands-on labs which walk you through a hybrid configuration using both Microsoft® Office 365™ and Exchange 2013 running on virtual machines. This tool is for use with the following labs:
- Performing a Cutover Exchange Migration with Office 365
- Installing and Configuring Active Directory Federated Services
- Installing and Configuring Active Directory Synchronization
- Exchange Hybrid Deployment with Office 365
- The virtual machines from the DVD kit, installed and running on your computer.
- A public IP address.
- An Office 365 evaluation tenant that you can provision here (If you’ve been given a tenant at a conference or class, please use that one).
Browse to the Generate Student Lab Number tab to retrieve your five digit student lab number.
Generate Student Lab Number:
Enter a public IP address below that you will later assign to one of the virtual machines to access the labs. If you do not have a public IP address you can assign to a virtual machine that is connected directly to the Internet, you cannot access these labs. This tool takes the IP address that you enter and creates name server records in the O365Ready.com zone to then point to your Microsoft® Forefront® Threat Management Gateway (TMG) virtual machine on the Internet.
You will then be issued a Student Lab Number. Write this number down!
Your Student Lab Number is a unique number that you need to use during the labs whenever you are prompted to supply it.
If you need to change your IP address, return to this website and browse to the Update Student Lab Number tab.
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Student Lab Number is:
Update Public IP Address:
If you have already received a five digit student lab number and need to change/update your public IP address, complete the fields below. Use the five digit student lab number you have already been assigned, the IP address you used when you first signed up, and the new public IP address you are using now.