Select your XenServer and select Networking
Click Add Network
For me I want to create a Network that can access the internet, so I select External Network
Name the Network
Select the NIC you wish to use.
You will see the new network show up in the Server Networks view
Log into XenServer via XenCenter
Click on your Server and Select Storage
Select New SR…
For me I have a 12G RAID Controller backing my storage, so I select Hardware HBA
XenServer will probe for Storage
XenServer found both my Storage Arrays, and I chose the Array(s) I wish to use.
We format the Storage Repository.
Then we will see the new drive show up.
Download Xen Server 7.2
Write the ISO to a USB Drive or Install with a DVD Drive. I chose to use Rufus
Boot the ISO
Select a Keymap
Accept the warning about your drive being overwritten.
Accept the EULA
Choose a drive to write the OS onto.
Choose a drive for VM Storage. I chose to do this in the Windows Client, and deselect all choices.
Select where your installation source is. For us, it is a local drive.
Choose whether to verify the installation media. I choose to skip it.
Enter a password for the XenServer Host
Select an ethernet adapter that you will use for Management of the Server.
Select and enter the appropriate network information
Name your host and enter an appropriate DNS Server
Select the appropriate geographically area
Select the appropriate time zone
Select the appropriate NTP Settings
Set the appropriate NTP Servers
Choose whether to install an Supplemental Packs. I have none, so I chose No
The installation will finish up
Reboot the server
Upon first boot I received this bug. The host ultimately boots after a minute or two.
Once the host boots navigate to its Management IP Address and Download the Windows Client.