Server manager In Windows Server 2008

by [Published on 31 Dec. 2008 / Last Updated on 31 Dec. 2008]

This article gives an overview of the new Server Manager tool in Windows Server 2008.

Server Manager is a new tool used to manage your computer running Windows Server 2008. The below is the list of improvements done to the Server Manager:

  • Centralized Management Tool
  • Combined Management Interfaces (manage the installed Server roles and features from a single management tool)
  • A new command line tool to install Roles and Features: ServerManagerCMD.exe, OCSetup.exe
  • Securely add or remove roles and features
  • Perform System Service and Device management
  • Disk Management
  • Firewall Management and Local User management
  • Monitor and analyze the server status.
  • Add RSAT automatically for installed Roles/Features.
  • Simple command line tool to install and uninstall Roles/Features

 

 

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