Contributing to TLGs Part 3: Writing a troubleshooting TLG

A third way that you can contribute to Microsoft Test Lab Guides (TLGs) is to publish a troubleshooting TLG in the TechNet Wiki. A troubleshooting TLG contains the following sections: The troubleshooting tools for the technology or feature and how they appear in a working test lab. This sets the stage for using these tools…


Contributing to TLGs Part 2: Writing a test lab extension

A second way that you can contribute to Microsoft Test Lab Guides (TLGs) is to publish a test lab extension article in the TechNet Wiki. A test lab extension describes how to configure additional functionality or advanced or uncommon configurations based on a modular TLG. The TLG extension article includes instructions to do the following:…


Contributing to TLGs Part 1: Writing your own modular TLG

One of the cool things about Test Lab Guides (TLGs) is that they are not a closed platform, exclusive to Microsoft writers. With the TechNet Wiki, anyone can create and publish his or her own TLG content. In this multi-part blog series, I will describe how you can easily contribute your own TLG content.   Part 1:…