When setting up demos, labs or just showing customers how to do various stuff in Hyper-V / Server Core / Windows sometimes things get screwed up. Or you need to disable/enable something that’s been turned on/off. In Core this can of course be a challenge, and I’ve lately run across a few different utilities and built in commands that might help you get through your 8 hours with slightly less hassle.… Read the rest
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Posts Tagged ‘Server Core’
This how-to will let you install Exchange 2007 SP1 on a Core-installation of Windows Server 2008 R2. I have reproduced this installation following these steps 4 times now, and it works every time. No support given, no responsibility taken. And calling Microsoft is out of the question since they don’t support this at all.… Read the rest
Update: How-to with video – http://www.nullsession.com/2009/12/07/exch2k7-complete-install-on-windows-server-2008-r2-core/
For those of you who are regular visitors (or google a lot) you might remember the attempt to get Exchange 2007 running on Server Core 2008 R2. Everything except the mailbox role went fine.
Well, after A LOT of trouble I’ve finally installed the Exchange 2007 mailbox role on Server Core 2008 R2.… Read the rest
Why you should care about it? Well, I think that in the future most of your server workloads will be on one of these babies. No GUI since you won’t need it. All your management will be remote anyway, either through MMC, WinRS or even better automated through System Center Operations Manager.… Read the rest
All CCC versions available at http://www.nullsession.com/downloads
As I promised at the Windows Server 7 TAP Summit I’d make my Server Core configuration script publicly available. Well, here it is. I chose to call it Core Configuration Console, which’ll be CCC for short.… Read the rest
Server Core, it’s sweet isn’t it? Well, it seems there’s a few of us who actually believe it is. There seems to be a huge misunderstanding that it’s hard to configure, hard to use and that it has to defend itself every time someone even thinks about selecting it from the install menu.… Read the rest
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