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Managing a Windows 2008 Server Core installation locally using command prompt

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We can use the tools like netsh.exe and netdom.exe to perform network configuration and other system administration tasks Windows 2008 Server Core computer. The tools like oclist.exe and ocsetup.exe can be used to install roles and optional features on a Windows 2008 Server Core computer. Many scripts are available (slmgr.vbs, scregedit.wsf etc) to manage certain functions like license management, server updates etc on a Windows 2008 Server Core computer. You can also create your own custom scripts for managing a Windows 2008 Server Core computer. WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) is another option for managing a Windows 2008 Server Core computer.

Next lessons teach to how use tools like netsh.exe, netdom.exe and other scripts to manage a Windows 2008 Server Core computer locally.

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