New e-Book: Windows Server 2016 – How to install and add roles? (Server Core)

Whom this e-Book is for?

This e-Book is an alternative of the 1st Volume Windows Server 2016: How to install and add roles? (Desktop Experience) from the Windows Server 2016: From installation to setting up your server e-Book series through a Desktop Experience. It continues to present the content of the Volume 1 by adding the server core component. Thus, introducing the PowerShell instead of Server Manager in Windows Server 2016: From installation to configuration e-Book series. With that in mind, this e-Book is for anyone who is making the first steps in managing windows servers through PowerShell in general, and Windows Server 2016 Server Core in particular. Other than that, this e-Book proves to be a handy informational resource for the well-established system administrators as it covers Windows Server 2016 Server Core sys admin tools. However, this e-Book is not intended to provide the in-depth explanations of each and every role and feature that the Windows Server 2016 Server Core is providing. Instead, with step-by-step instructions driven by targeted, easy-to-understand commands and graphics, this e-Book explains and shows you how to use the PowerShell in adding roles in Windows Server 2016 Server Core. With the guidance provided by this easy to follow resource, you will quickly install, and ad roles in your Windows Server 2016 Server Core server.

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Windows Server 2016: How to install and add roles? (Server Core)

Product Details:

  • File Size: 1340 KB
  • Print Length: 86 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: December 26, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English

Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1: Downloading Windows Server 2016
Chapter 2: Installing Windows Server 2016 Server Core
Chapter 3: How to configure your server?
Chapter 4: How to add the AD DS and DNS roles?
Chapter 5: How to add the DHCP role?
Chapter 6: How to add the Hyper-V role?
Chapter 7: How to add the Web Server (IIS) role?
Chapter 8: How to add the PDS role?
Chapter 9: How to add the Remote Access role?
Chapter 10: How to add the RDS role?
Chapter 11: How to add the WSUS role?
In Summary
Appendix A: The PowerShell commands in one place
Thank You!

Thank You!

Thank you for your time and consideration to download and read the e-Book! If you’ve liked this e-Book and want to participate actively in the further improvement process, then please e-Mail your:

  • comments
  • suggestions, and
  • observations

at BekimDauti@BekimDauti.com. With pleasure, I will read and try to include your comments, suggestions, and observation in the next editions of this e-Book.

Hope you’ll find this post informative.

 

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