Windows Server 2008

Easily Install Active Directory on Windows 2008 Server Core with CoreConfigurator

ARTICLE UPDATE 6-23-2008:Our article covering the Core Configurator utility was one of the most popular articles on the Petri Knowledgebase. Unfortunately, we had to remove articles related to that topic and the link to the CoreConfigurator tool due to circumstances that were beyond our control.

Please stay tuned for more information that will be posted on these pages.

For other Windows Server 2008 Core topics, please see our other content, below.

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