Microsoft have released a Remote Desktop Services Diagnosis tool to assist with the troubleshooting of issues with RDS configurations. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40890#! They have also created a Support Article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2692470 Summary: The Remote Desktop Services Diagnostic tool enables you to troubleshoot common issues and collect information about the following Remote Desktop Services (RDS) role services in Windows... Continue Reading →
Server Core was introduced to admin's in Server 2008 and provided minimal maintenance but had limited capabilities. Server 2012 introduces Private Cloud and the power shell feature is one of the main focuses. As we move towards centrally managed IT environments, automation will take a crucial role when deploying and scaling up systems. Windows server 2012 has advanced dramatically and the number of cmdlets for power shell have largely increased since the early days of windows server 2008.
As we prepare for the launch of Windows Server 2012, I decided to create a copy of my Primary Domain Controller (PDC) and carry out an in place upgrade. As with Windows Server 2008 R2 you will need to copy the Adprep folder to the C: root Directory and Run the AdPrep cmds. C:adprep>adprep /forestprep C:adprep>adprep /domainprep Ensure that you... Continue Reading →