In a previous post I covered how to add a Linux image to Azure Stack. In this post I am going to detail a simple (if slow) way of adding a Server 2012 R2 image to Azure Stack as well. With Azure Stack TP3 (original and extra-crispy) there are no default VM Images included in the install. You are prompted to download a Windows Server 2016 ISO as part of the Azure Stack POC download, and there is a script in the AzureStack.ComputeAdmin module called New-Server2016Image that will take that ISO and turn it into a Core or Datacenter image. But what if you wanted that good ole Server 2012 R2 image?