Once we’ve performed initial configuration of our Windows server core server, we can then add roles and optional features so that it can provide needed functionality to our network. In this section, we’re going to examine how to perform such common tasks, and we’ll also look at different ways of managing a Windows server core server, including using the following:
Local administration from the command prompt
Remote administration using Terminal Services
Remote administration using Remote Server Administration Tools
Remote administration using Group Policy
Remote administration using WinRM/WinRS
When we log on to the console of a Windows server core server, a command prompt appears. ...