Installing Exchange Server 2016 on Windows Server 2016 with GUI

You can install Exchange Server 2016 on Windows Server 2016 with either PowerShell or Graphical User Interface (GUI). However, in this article, I’ll focus on installation with the help of GUI. System Requirements Exchange Server 2016 has following important system requirements. For details, please visit the following link: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996719(v=exchg.160).aspx Installing Prerequisites To get started, join the server machine with domain and then […]

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Introducing Microsoft ‘Project Honolulu’

Microsoft continues to invest and expand its PowerShell Scripting Environment but sometimes it is necessary to use a graphical interface in order to manage systems. This is the reason why Microsoft also develops a new management tool called “Project Honolulu”. Honolulu is the modern evolution of traditional MMC, first introduced in 2000. Now, it’s time to update our management tools! So, Microsoft […]

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How to change Windows Update settings using SCONFIG

Validate your current WU settings using SCONFIG To determine what updates your machine has already installed, follow these steps: Open a command prompt with Admin permissions. Type sconfig and press Enter. NOTE: There may be a short pause as the tool inspects your system.   Option #5 shows the current configuration of your Windows Update settings.   Change your Windows Update Settings To […]

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How to set up DFS Namespaces in Windows Server 2016

In this guide we will setup and configure DFS ( Distributed File System ) Namespaces in Windows Server 2016. DFS allows you to setup shared folders hosted on different servers into one or more logically structured namespaces. Each namespace appears to users as a single shared folder with a series of subfolders. This setup increases availability and automatically connects users […]

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How to Create A Windows Server Container

To create a basic Windows Container, I’ll use the docker run command which will create a Windows Nano Server 2016 Container without a specific name. open port or any other customization. The -it switch will automatically enter you Into the Container terminal docker run -it microsoft/nanoserver To create a Windows Container with a custom name and port 80 open I’ll […]

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9 Things That Will Help You Understand Windows Containers

What Is Windows Containers? Windows Containers Is a new Server Technology that allows us to run a clean Instance of Windows Server on the same Host. Windows Containers are not VMs because they share the kernel with the container host and all other containers running on it. Windows Containers keep a sandbox file that records all the changes that are […]

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