Chapter 4. Managing Windows Server 2012

Working with the administration tools

Working with Server Manager

Working with Computer Management

Using Control Panel

Using the System console

Customizing the desktop and the taskbar

Optimizing toolbars

Using Remote Desktop

Tracking who’s logged on

SYSTEMS that run Windows Server 2012 are the heart of any Microsoft Windows network. These are the systems that provide the essential services and applications for users and the network as a whole. As an administrator, your job is to keep these systems running, and to do this, you must understand the administration options available and put them to the best use possible. Your front-line defense in managing systems running Windows Server 2012 is the administration and ...

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