Windows Server management

Windows Server administration requires knowledge of the processes and tools to get the most out Microsoft's server operating system. This Windows Server management topic center provides tutorials and troubleshooting advice in key areas, such as network security, and the Core Server and Nano Server minimal server deployment options.

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  • Preboot Execution Environment (PXE)

    The Preboot Execution Environment or PXE (commonly pronounced as pixie) is a client-server environment that enables network computers to boot over the network interface card (NIC), instead of from a CD-ROM or hard disk. Continue Reading

  • Ctrl-Alt-Delete

    On a personal computer with the Microsoft Windows operating system, Control+Alt+Delete is the combination of the Ctrl key, the Alt key, and Del key that a user can press at the same time to terminate an application task or to reboot the operating ... Continue Reading

  • Use command-line options to edit registries with regedit.exe

    Did you know this venerable Windows GUI tool has several switches for basic registry editing tasks? See what tweaks Microsoft inserted in regedit for administrative use. Continue Reading

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