You haven’t missed the release of Windows Server 2012 have you? The last few months we’ve been running beta, rc’s and now it’s finally here! Read more about it and all the new features at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/windows-server/ or if you’re one of the lucky ones with a TechNet+ or MSDN subscription you can download it once you’ve logged in.… Read the rest
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Posts Tagged ‘Windows Server’
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
If you’re configuring Intel NICs in your servers instead of Broadcom, I’ve tested Intels prosetcl-utility too… Seemed unfair that just the Broadcom-running people could create teams from command line
Intel has a different approach when you install proset, because you get an additional tab on the NIC in device manager.… Read the rest
Configuring NIC teaming in Windows Server Core or Hyper-V Server isn’t as easy as it sounds from the command line. What’s good is that BACS runs on Core if you just install .Net framework 2.0 (dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:NetFX2-ServerCore). After installation of BACS you can then start BACS from c:program filesBroadcomBACSbacs.exe.… Read the rest