Tag Archive: Windows Server Core

May 20 2012

Configure the iSCSI Initiator on Windows 2008 R2 Server Core

When you need to add additional storage to your Windows Core server, you usually shut it down and add the extra drive; for those that are using DAS (Direct Attached Storage), off course. Now its time to add that storage, but you run out of SATA/SAS slots on your server main board. In this kind …

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May 06 2012

Installing server roles on Windows 2008 R2 Server Core

You have your server core up and running, but now you need to install some roles, so the server won’t be useless. If you think you can connect using Server Manager from another server with a graphical interface and install the required role(s) remotely, you’ll have to think again, because you can’t; well…not now anyway, …

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Apr 07 2012

Join a Windows Server 2008 R2 Core to a domain

You just installed one or more Windows 2008 servers, and they are all core editions, witch is greate. Less resources and space consumed on the host, and same performance. Now you want to join those servers to your domain for ease of administration and security. To join a server core to a domain can be …

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Jan 26 2012

Installing Windows 2008 R2 Server Core

If you’re reading this post, it means you already know what Windows Server Core is, so I don’t need to tell you is a Microsoft operating system without a graphical user interface. After installation all you have is a terminal console, so bye-bye Start Menu and Control Panel. I think is a great operating system …

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