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Getting Started with Nano Server by Charbel Nemnom

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Creating the new Nano Server images

This section describes how to create the Nano Server VHD(X) file to be used on physical machines using the pre-installed device drivers. We need to create a VHD(X) that includes the OEM drivers, and failover clustering features including SCVMM packages, and enables remote management and emergency management services. If you have drivers that are recommended by your hardware vendor, it is simplest to inject the network drivers into the image; you can do this by using the -DriversPath parameter and adding the drivers to the image. If your deployment is using an RDMA adapter and datacenter bridging, then make sure to include Microsoft-NanoServer-DCB-Package in the PowerShell command string below, so the DCB ...

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