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Lesson 01: Installing and Configuring Servers

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Objectives
  • Plan for a server installation
  • Plan for server roles
  • Plan for a server upgrade
  • Install Server Core
  • Optimize resource utilization by using Features on Demand
  • Migrate roles from previous versions of Windows Server
  • Configure Server Core
  • Delegate administration 
  • Configure Server Core
  • Add and remove features in offline images
  • Deploy roles on remote servers
  • Convert Server Core to/from full GUI
  • Configure services
  • Configure NIC teaming
  • Delegate administration
Vocabulary
  • cmdlet: A command used in the Windows PowerShell environment.
  • physical operating system environment (POSE): A term used to describe a Windows operating system installation on a physical computer. 
  • Server Core: A Windows Server installation option that minimizes the hardware resources consumed by the operating system by eliminating most of the graphical user interface. 
  • virtual operating system environment (VOSE): A term used to describe a Windows operating system installation on a virtual machine. 
  • Windows PowerShell: A Windows command-line environment that provides command and script-based control over virtually all operating system functions.
  • WinSxS: A directory—also known as the side-by-side component store—created by a Windows Server 2012 installation, which contains all of the operating system components from the installation medium. 
  • NIC teaming: A feature in Windows Server 2012 that enables administrators to combine multiple physical network adapters into a single interface. 
  • role group: An element in Server Manager that contains all instances of a particular role found on any of the managed servers.


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