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- Server 2008
Remote Administration is a neat tool that allows you to manage your Server Core roles and features from a different computer, and there are several advantages to using it.
Remember, Server Core doesn’t have a graphical interface so you’re very limited in what you can and can’t do. So even though you can install roles and features directly on your Server Core and even do some basic configuration, Server Core can be very difficult to manage without Remote Administration.
By utilizing Remote Administration and a full install of Server 2008 on another computer you can manage your Server Core easily and successfully.
Remote Desktop and MMC
There are two areas of Remote Administration that we’re going to discuss today: Remote Desktop and MMC (Microsoft Management Console).
First I’m going to show you how to enable Remote Administration on your Server Core, also touching on Network Level Authentication and RSAT. Using DHCP as an example I’ll show you how to utilize both the Remote Desktop and MMC to administrate the DHCP server role.
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
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