How to Add Windows Templates to Virtualizor

Virtualizor is a powerful virtualization control panel that allows you to create and manage virtual machines (VMs) on your server. While it provides a range of pre-configured templates for different operating systems, including Linux distributions, you may also want to add Windows templates to your Virtualizor KVM setup. This article will guide you through the process of downloading and adding Windows templates to Virtualizor KVM

Before we begin, please make sure you have SSH access to your server. Let's get started with the step-by-step instructions:

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Step 1: Log in to Your Server via SSH

To begin, log in to your server using SSH. You can use any SSH client, such as PuTTY, and enter your server's IP address or hostname along with your SSH credentials.

Step 2: Navigate to the Virtualizor KVM Directory

Once you have successfully logged in, navigate to the Virtualizor KVM directory by entering the following command:

cd /var/virtualizor/kvm

Goto Virtualizor KVM Directory Image


When you navigate into the Virtualizor KVM Directory, it will resemble something like this.

Virtualizor KVM directory will look sometjing like this

Step 3: Download the Windows Server 2019 Template

Virtualizor provides a Windows Server 2019 template that you can download and add to your Virtualizor KVM setup. Use the following command to download the template:

wget http://mirror.softaculous.com/virtualizor/templates/windows-2019.img.gz

Step 1: Enter Above Command

Enter wget commend to ssh terminal

Step 2: Please wait for the download to complete until it reaches 100%.

 Please wait for the download to complete until it reaches 100%.

Step 3: After completion, it will look something like this.

 After completion, it will resemble something like this.


In the image, you'll notice that "windows-2019.img.gz" is the filename of your gunzip file, which you'll extract in the next step.

Step 4: Extract the Template File

After the download is complete, you need to extract the template file. Use the following command to extract the Windows Server 2019 template:

gunzip windows-2019.img.gz


Please wait for the gunzip extraction process, which may take anywhere from 2 to 5 minutes depending on the file size.

Extract gunzip file to IMG


There won't be any output or progress report for this command.

To check the filename of the extracted gunzip template, you can execute the command "ls" as demonstrated in the image.

To check the filename of the extracted gunzip template, you can execute the command "ls" as demonstrated in the image.

Step 5: Add the Template to the Virtualizor Panel

Now that you have downloaded and extracted the Windows Server 2019 template, it's time to add it to the Virtualizor panel. Follow these steps

  1. Access your Virtualizor control panel through a web browser.
  2. Navigate to the "Media" section within the panel.
  3. Click on the "Add Template" button.

Add template to virtualizor image

In the template configuration form, fill in the following details

  • Virtualization Type: Select "kvm" from the drop-down menu.
  • OS Template: Choose "Windows" from the list.
  • URL: Leave this field blank.
  • Filename: Enter the path to the template file you extracted earlier. In this case, it will be windows-2019.img.
  • Admin User Name: Set the desired username for the Windows administrator account.

Make sure to enable the "Perform Operations" option, as it allows Virtualizor to perform necessary operations on the template.

Click the "Add OS Template" button to add the Windows Server 2019 template to Virtualizor KVM.

Add template to virtualizor panel

Additional Windows Templates:

In addition to the Windows Server 2019 template, Virtualizor provides several other Windows templates that you can download and add to your Virtualizor KVM setup. Here is a list of available templates along with their respective download URLs:


It's recommended to check the Virtualizor website or official documentation for the most up-to-date information on the availability of these specific templates.

Step 6: Add the Templates in the Virtualizor Panel

To add any of the additional Windows templates to the Virtualizor panel, follow the same steps as mentioned in Step 5. Simply replace the template details, such as the filename and template URLs, with the appropriate values for each Windows template.

By following these steps, you can download and add Windows templates of your choice to Virtualizor KVM. Once added, you can easily create and deploy Windows-based virtual machines alongside your Linux VMs using Virtualizor's user-friendly interface.

Please note that when working with Windows templates, ensure that you have the necessary licensing and comply with the terms of use for each Windows version you deploy.

Enjoy the flexibility and power of Virtualizor KVM with added Windows templates to cater to a wider range of virtualization needs.



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