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- Server 2008
Server Core has many advantages over the full installation of Server 2008, and can be very useful in many situations and server environments.
Although Server Core has only limited functionality, it is low-maintenance, uses less resources and is much more secure. The downside is that it does not have full functionality and therefore many enterprises utilize both the Server Core and the full install of Server 2008.
This means that as a Systems Administrator you need to be familiar with both editions.
To help you master Server Core I’ve created 5 short video tutorials that will get you running Server Core in no time. Today we’ll start with part 1: how to activate a newly installed Server Core edition of Server 2008. Watch the video now and stay tuned for more!
Other Videos in this Series
- How to activate a newly installed Server Core edition of Server 2008
- How to assign a Computer Name to a Server Core and join it to a Domain
- Lesson 3: Install Roles & Features on Server 2008 Server Core
- How to setup and utilize Remote Administration on Server 2008 Server Core
- How to setup and utilize RODC on Server 2008 Server Core
Read more on how Windows Server 2008 Server Administrator Training offers career-minded practice with server administation, read-only domain controllers, server core, virtualization and more.
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