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Windows Server® 2008 Server Core Administrator's Pocket Consultant by Mitch Tulloch

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Chapter 6. Remote Management

Server Core can be managed remotely using a variety of approaches, including using Remote Desktop or TS Remote App, using Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-ins and the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT), using Windows Remote Shell (WinRS), using Group Policy, and, to some extent, using Windows PowerShell. This chapter examines each of these remote administration methods and demonstrates how to set them up and use them to manage Server Core.

Using Remote Desktop

You can use Remote Desktop (also known as Terminal Services for Administration) to administer a Server Core installation remotely in exactly the same way you would administer it from the local console of the server. By default, Remote Desktop is disabled ...

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