Compute Engine provides public images with Windows Server that you can use to create instances. For more general information about Windows Server instances and Windows applications that you can run on Compute Engine, see Windows on Compute Engine. To create an instance with Windows Server, specify the image family for the specific version of Windows that you need. For a list of the available image families, see public images. This section describes how to create a Windows Server instance that has an external IP address. Your VPC network must be configured to allow access to kms. Go to VM instances. Go to the VM instances page. If you want to disable integrity monitoring, uncheck Turn on Integrity Monitoring.
Creating a Windows Server instance
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