Converting to Server 2012 Core from GUI is very easy. Microsoft said that 90% of their Windows Updates are GUI patches. Which is why they came out with Server 2008 Core. The only problem was that if administrators got stuck and could not find out how to accomplish a task via Command Prompt or PowerShell
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Windows Server 2012 is the first Microsoft operating system that can change from CLI (Core) to GUI mode. The only way to get a GUI in Server 2008 was to re-install, which is why a lot of system administrators were put off by Server Core. Server 2012 can bounce between the two and it really
Microsoft has made installing their Server operating system even easier with their latest server release. I wanted to make a guide on how to install it from start to finish. That way I can reference this page when helping colleagues when they run into issues or when having them do special tasks that require them
Using the below command is a quick way to pull Dell Service Tags quickly from a system without having to crawl around with a flash light. Run this command in Command Prompt: wmic csproduct get vendor,name,identifyingnumber This command will pull the Vendor, Name, and Service Tag Note: I erased my Service Tag. That’s it!