There are no videos. Only MOCs.
They are Hyper-V virtual machine files (.vhd) which is more practical and hands-on than videos. You don't learn by just watching videos. You learn by hands-on experience. Just follow through ENU-TrainerHandbook.pdf especially the lab exercises. Personally I don't rely and I don't like watching tutorial videos because it only makes me sleepy even if I drink 2 mugs of coffee lol. I prefer hands-on MOCs.
Extract the virtual machines by double clicking .exe first it will automatically extract depending how many parts it has. It will prompt to ask you which location in your hard drive to store the VHD files. It's up to you. I have 2TB on my drive D and 1TB on drive E.
I created folder directories to store the following:
D:\Program Files\Microsoft Learning\<CourseNumber>
For example: D:\Program Files\Microsoft Learning\\20740B
E:\Program Files\Microsoft Learning\Base
Your computer should meet System Requirements by Microsoft.
• Windows 8.1 Enterprise / Windows Server 2012 R2 -- with Hyper-V feature enabled. (I have Windows 8.1 Enterprise on my home desktop PC)
• Processor: 64 bit Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT) or AMD Virtualization (AMD-V) processor (2.8 Ghz dual core or better recommended)
• Hard Disk: Dual 500 GB hard disks 7200 RPM SATA labeled C drive and D drive or any drive letter
• RAM: 16 GB or higher. (the More RAM the better)
• DVD/CD: DVD; dual layer recommended.
• Network Adapter
• Sound Card with amplified speakers
• Monitor: Dual SVGA monitors 17” or larger supporting 1440X900 minimum resolution
In addition, the instructor
Install Hyper-V feature on your computer it requires reboot.
Open Hyper-V Manager on your computer.
At the left pane, right click on your computer's hostname, Click NEW > VIRTUAL MACHINE > Browse the main .vhd files and associated base .vhd files from the folder directory where you extracted the vhd files (see previous step)
Give the VM at least 1GB to 2GB of RAM or higher.
Click Next (pretty straightforward)
Select "Attach Virtual hard disk later
Right click Virtual Machine on Hyper V > Settings
Browse virtual hard disk (browse folder location where you store main vhd)
Click "INSPECT" and "RECONNECT" (it will reconnect Parent Base vhd)
Browse folder location where you store Base VHD
Read, man. Read. Keep reading until you learn.
I don't like to spoon feed anyone. lol. Hope these all make sense.