Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Configuring Win Server '08 / Desktop virtualization study guide

October 14, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Configuring Windows Server 2008 Server Core
J. Peter Bruzzese, Ronald Barrett and Wayne Dipchan, Sams Publishing

You may find that installing Windows Server 2008 Server Core for your customers isn't challenging, but do you know how to make the necessary configuration changes to their systems? This chapter excerpt explains the various tools and commands that you should know about when configuring a traditional server as well as Server Core. You'll also learn about the additional file server features you can add during Server Core installation and you'll find troubleshooting tips and notes to help you through the process.

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