Windows 7 Professional doesn’t allow you to enable BitLocker encryption. That’s only supported on Windows 7 Enterprise and from Windows 8 system. But It’s possible to use BitLocker Encrypted devices on Windows 7 Professional systems. This gives us the ability… Continue reading
SSL certificates encrypted with the Secure Hash Algorithm-1 (SHA-1) will be blocked after 2016.
Google Chrome has already started warning end users when they connect to a secure website using SSL certificates encrypted with the SHA-1 algorithm. You have… Continue reading
Applies To: Windows Server 2008 , Windows Server 2012
You can use Server Manager to perform some management tasks on remote computers. To manage a computer remotely by using Server Manager, you connect Server Manager to a remote computer in… Continue reading
Applies To: Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012
This document describes the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) command-line tool to modify Windows® images or to enable/disable Windows features directly from the command prompt.
To mount an… Continue reading
This document provides a simple How-to to easily convert Windows Server 2012 Core Installation to Windows Server 2012 with a GUI and vice versa.
This topic provides the information needed to install and configure AD DS on Server Core Server using PowerShell.
After the Server Core installation is complete and the server is configured, you can install one or more server roles and one or more optional features.
In this document you will find common commands to administer Windows Server 2008 by command shell. Continue reading
The Server Core option is a minimal installation option that is available when you are deploying a Windows Server. It installs a command-line administration-only version of Windows Server that supports installing many server roles and features. It can be easy managed locally and remotely by PowerShell commands and/or remotely using graphical user interface tools included in Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT).
In this article: Benefits of Server Core | Roles and Features supported | Non-Usage Scenarios
This topic explains the locally and remotely methods for managing a Server Core Server using the command line or by powershell.