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Technology is all about putting it to good use. This is why I'm starting a new series of blog posts on Server Core usage scenarios aimed to putting Windows Server 2008 Server Core installations to good use! Server Core is coming to you this Easter! Showcasing the Server Core potential Microsoft's original aim was to make a version of Windows ...
You might be running Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2 Domain Controllers at the moment and you're looking to replace these servers with Windows Server 2008 Domain Controllers to utilize the new features of Windows Server 2008. You might also be looking to replace your aging Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2 Domain ...
Windows Server 2008 brings the successor to ye old NTBackup. The role that can be installed separately includes both a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) as command line tools. In Server Core the role doesn't add the MMC, but sure adds the command line tool wbadmin.exe
In this post you'll find: What's new in Windows Backup Backup ...