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1.3.4 Windows 2012 User Interface Facts Windows Server 2012 uses Server Manager to manage networks and multiple remote servers from a single administration console. You can easily configure and manage remote servers using Server Manager or Windows PowerShell. The following table describes the tools used to administer Windows Server 2012: Tool Description Server Manager After installing Windows Server 2012, Server Manager set up the server using the following steps: Configure this local server. 1. Add roles and features. 2. Add other servers to manage. 3. Create a server group. 4. Options available from the Manage menu are: Add Roles and Features Remove Roles and Features Add Servers Create Server Group Server Manager Properties Tools for server management can be accessed through the Tools menu. Tools are automatically added to the Tools menu when additional server roles and services are installed. Roles and Server Groups display the status of each server and role. The status refresh time can be configured in Manage > Server Manager Properties. A server, server group, or role displayed in red indicates a problem. The following information displays for the local server, all servers, and installed roles: Manageability Events Services (if applicable) Performance BPA results PowerShell Windows PowerShell is a command-line shell scripting language that allows you to administer, maintain, configure, and develop new features for Windows Server 2012. Designed especially for system administration, Windows PowerShell uses cmdlets to control and automate the administration of the Windows operating system and applications that run on Windows. PowerShell:
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  • Fall '15
  • JaredSpencer
  • Windows 7, Windows Vista

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