CoreConfigurator makes Windows Server Core administration easier

The Core Edition of Windows Server 2008 reduces the overhead to run a service such as a file server, a domain controller, or the other supported roles for this installation type; however, many administrators are a little uncomfortable moving entirely to the command-line only Windows installation, which means relying on their scripting skills and remote administration.

Read this tip on TechRepublic showing how the CoreConfigurator tool can help administer the Core Edition of Windows.



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