Windows Server 2016

Microsoft’s Nano Server is All About the Cloud

Microsoft currently offers both on-premises Windows Server versions and Azure...

Apr 9, 2015|Paul Thurrott

Windows Server 2016

Thoughts on Windows Nano Server

Microsoft has officially unveiled Windows Nano Server, but what does the news mean for system administrators? Russell Smith provides his thoughts in his latest commentary.

Apr 9, 2015|Russell Smith

Windows Server 2016

Microsoft Announces Nano Server

Microsoft announces Nano Server, a server OS optimized for cloud infrastructure and born-in-the-cloud applications.

Apr 8, 2015|Aidan Finn

Windows Server 2016

Leaked Slides Reveal Windows Server vNext Nano Server Role

Some Microsoft PowerPoint slides leaked over the weekend reveal a new "Nano Server" role in Windows Server vNext. Editorial Director Jeff James gives us his take on the news.

Mar 2, 2015|Jeff James

Windows Server 2016

Join Windows Server 2016 Nano to a Domain

Learn how to add Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 Nano Server to an Active Directory domain using the Offline Domain Join (djoin) tool.

Feb 10, 2016|Russell Smith

Windows Server 2016

How to Install Windows Server 2016 Nano in a VM

Russell Smith shows us how to Install Windows Server 2016 Nano in a VM in this brief how-to article.

May 6, 2015|Russell Smith

Windows Server

Default Keys for Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10 Deployment

In Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, and later versions of...

Aug 11, 2021|Russell Smith

Windows Server

Windows Server 2019 Improves Hybrid Cloud Support

Microsoft's upcoming Windows Server 2019 release improves its support for hybrid cloud scenarios.

Jun 13, 2018|Michael Otey


What’s New in Windows Server 1709 Hyper-V

Learn about the new features and changes to Hyper-V in the recent 1709 semi-annual channel release of Windows Server.

Dec 5, 2017|Aidan Finn

Windows Server

Windows Server: New Features in Version 1709

In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith provides a summary of the new features in the latest version of Windows Server.

Nov 9, 2017|Russell Smith

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