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Algumas limitações do Server Core 2012 March 5, 2013

Posted by Samuel RIbeiro in Uncategorized.
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There are some important limitations and tips to keep in mind when you work with a server in Server Core mode:

  • If you close all command prompt windows and want to open a new Command Prompt window, press CTRL+ALT+DELETE, click Start Task Manager, click More Details, click File, click Run, and then type cmd.exe. Alternatively, you can log off and log back on.
  • If you close all Windows PowerShell windows and want to open a new one, press CTRL+ALT+DELETE, open Task Manager, click More Details. The File menu opens. In the File menu, click Run new task, and then start either Cmd.exe or Powershell.exe.
  • Any command or tool that attempts to start Windows Explorer will not work. For example, start . used from a command prompt will not work.
  • There is no support for HTML rendering or HTML help in Server Core mode.
  • When in Server Core mode, there are no notifications for activation, new updates, or password expiration because these notifications require the Windows Explorer shell, which is not present in Server Core mode.
  • If you need to write a script for managing a server in Server Core mode that requires the secure inclusion of an administrative password, see the scripting column on Microsoft TechNet (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=56421).
  • Server Core mode supports Windows Installer in quiet mode so that you can install tools and utilities from Windows Installer files.
  • When installing Windows Installer packages on a server in Server Core mode, use the /qb option to display the basic user interface.
  • To change the time zone while in Server Core mode, run Set-Date.
  • To change international settings while in Server Core mode, run control intl.cpl.
  • Control.exe will not run on its own. You must run it with either Timedate.cpl or Intl.cpl.
  • Winver.exe is not available in Server Core mode. To obtain version information use Systeminfo.exe.
  • http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj574205.aspx

 

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