Posts tagged with Server core

How to tell if you’re running on Windows Server Core

March 16th, 2017 by and tagged , ,

I have a bunch of scripts I use when I’m building a lab to install “stuff” (that’s the Technical Term we IT Professionals use) that I need to manage and work with a virtual machine. Now, when I build from a SysPrep’d image, that’s not an issue, but if I have to build from an […]

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Configuring Windows Server 2016 core as a DHCP Server with PowerShell

February 15th, 2017 by and tagged , , , , ,

As I mentioned last time, I’m setting up a new domain controller and DHCP server for my internal domain on Windows Server 2016 Core, and I’m exclusively using PowerShell to do it. For both the DHCP Server and AD DS roles, we need to configure a fixed IP address on the server, so let’s do […]

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Configuring Windows Server 2016 Core with and for PowerShell

February 14th, 2017 by and tagged , ,

I know I owe you more on creating a lab with PowerShell, and I’ll get to that in a few days. But having just set up a new domain controller running Server 2016 Core, I thought I’d include a couple of tricks I worked through to make your life a little easier if you choose […]

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Promoting a new domain controller

May 14th, 2016 by and tagged , , , ,

I’ve been working with Windows Server 2016 CTP5 recently, and because I installed it without the Desktop Experience (what we used to call a Server Core installation), I’m having to do everything in Windows PowerShell. No complaints, I enjoy it, but it does force me to think about things a bit sometimes. One of the […]

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