The Benefits of Dell EqualLogic SAN Storage

Dell EqualLogic SAN Storage

The Dell EqualLogic line of iSCSI storage area networks (SAN storage) arrays gives businesses the ability to do more with less. These arrays are one of the best in their class for flexible, high-capacity storage for demand processes and are a perfect fit for small to mid-sized businesses. With Dell EqualLogic, SMBs can now manage … Read moreThe Benefits of Dell EqualLogic SAN Storage

Windows Server 2012 Active Directory Installation

We already talked about AD infrastructure and common AD objects. Now let’s see how to install a domain controller using Windows Server 2012. In the older versions of Windows Server we would go to command prompt and type dcpromo. That doesn’t work anymore and we will get this warning if we try to do that. We see that the … Read moreWindows Server 2012 Active Directory Installation

Common Active Directory Objects

In Active Directory domains we have active directory objects. In this article we will mention basic objects, the ones we’ll probably work with on a day-to-day basis, but there are more of them. We already talked about Active Directory structure, but here we talk about objects. User User account is what allows ur to log on to the domain and access … Read moreCommon Active Directory Objects

Configuring Microsoft Windows Server Core 2012

To configure Server Core edition we can use the command prompt or PowerShell console. Note that any command we use for the Core edition can also be used on the full edition of Server 2012. Most of the things we can do in a command prompt we can still do in a PowerShell console through aliases. For example, if … Read moreConfiguring Microsoft Windows Server Core 2012

Setting Up Windows Server 2012 Core Installation

Before you start Objectives: Learn commands which are used to configure Windows Server 2012 machines from the command line. Prerequisites: no prerequisites. Key terms: Windows Server 2012 Core, configuration, command line, powershell, initial configuration  Server Core As you should know, to configure server core we will mostly use PowerShell or CMD. In PowerShell we can use most commands … Read moreSetting Up Windows Server 2012 Core Installation

Minimal Server Interface in Windows Server 2012

Before you start Objectives: Learn how to configure Minimal Server Interface using Server Manager or using PowerShell. Prerequisites: no prerequisites. Key terms: User Interface, PowerShell, Server Manager, Minimal Server Interface, Windows Server 2012  What is Minimal Server Interface The purpose of Minimal Server Interface is to reduce the footprint of the server. It reduces the size of the … Read moreMinimal Server Interface in Windows Server 2012

Features on Demand in Windows Server 2012

Before you start Objectives: Learn how to uninstall features and how to completely remove feature payload from the disk in Windows Server 2012. Prerequisites: no prerequisites. Key terms: binaries, features, removal, payload, uninstall, Server 2012.  What is Features on Demand In previous versions of Windows Server, when we installed the system, all the binaries from all the features … Read moreFeatures on Demand in Windows Server 2012

Switching Between Core and Full Installation in Windows Server 2012

Before you start Objectives: Learn how to switch from Core to full Windows Server 2012 installation, and vice versa, using PowerShell and Server Manager. Prerequisites: no prerequisites. Key terms: Core, Full, installation, switching, mode, PowerShell.  Switching from Core to Full Installation There are several tools which can be used to switch from Core to Full Windows Server 2012 … Read moreSwitching Between Core and Full Installation in Windows Server 2012