What is Honolulu?
Honolulu is a locally deployed, browser-based, management tool set that enables on-premises administration of Windows Servers with no Azure or cloud dependency. Honolulu gives IT Admins full control over all aspects of their Server infrastructure, and is … Continue Reading
Microsoft has released Next version of Windows Server Edition. since the latest version still in the preview mode, we need to wait for the RTM release for the public to have more detailed about the features.
In this article, we … Continue Reading
In this article we see how to configure the Windows Time service and troubleshoot when the Windows Time service is not working correctly.
To check the PDC Server for Time Synchronization and to configure the PDC master server by using … Continue Reading
In this article we see how to configuring DHCP Scope on Windows Servers,
Creating a New Scope
Open DHCP console.
From the tree on the left side of the console, expand the DHCP server’s hostname node.
Select IPv4 and click … Continue Reading
What is Nano Server?
Nano Server is the similar to Server core which is very small in size. It doesn’t have Local Login access or Terminal Services support. Only Way to manage nano Server is Remote Powershell
It uses very … Continue Reading