By John Paul Mueller

Microsoft's new GUI-less Server center is a command line model of home windows Server 2008 that gives greater protection, lowered measurement, and speedier entry. within this entire advisor, you will find every thing you must quick grasp this smooth re-creation. jam-packed with directions and sensible examples, this e-book teaches you ways to function in a windowless atmosphere, together with utilizing the entire instructions, growing BAT documents, operating with scripts, utilizing registry hacks, handling distant platforms, and extra. contains top practices, fifty two quintessential command line methods, and an alphabetical record of the entire instructions.

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REMARK:"text" Adds a comment to the specified share. For example, if you wanted to add a comment of “This is Drive D” to the Drive_D share on MainXP, you’d type RmtShare \\MainXP\ Drive_D /REMARK:"This is Drive D" and press Enter. /GRANT [user[:{READ | CHANGE | FULL}]] Allows a user or group to perform specific tasks using the share. For example, if you wanted to allow a user named George full control of the Drive_D share on MainXP, you’d type RmtShare \\MainXP\Drive_D /GRANT George:FULL and press Enter.

Whenever you use RmtShare, you must provide the name of the server at a minimum and a share name as well, in many instances, using the standard Universal Naming Convention (UNC) format. For example, if you want to determine the shares on a particular system, you’d type RmtShare \\ServerName and press Enter. The output shows all of the share names, associated resources, and comments for the specified server. Of course, you won’t simply want to view the shares on a system; you’ll want to modify them in many cases.

You’ll find a number of these hardware modifications provided in the “Modifying the Hardware Setup” section of Chapter 4. The point is that the omissions generally affect something that you won’t use a lot in Server Core and you probably won’t notice they’re missing. One omission you’ll definitely notice is that it’s harder to install applications in Server Core. You won’t find the familiar Add or Remove Programs applet in Server Core, but you still have a number of methods of working with applications at your disposal using the command line in this case.

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