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Running Windows Core: How-to test web connectivity

Running Windows Core Series, test web connectivity from the command line. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script...

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Running Windows Core: How-to query and logoff administrative RDP users

Running Windows Core Series, query and logoff administrative RDP users. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script that...

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Running Windows Core: How-to view installed programs

Running Windows Core Series, view installed programs. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script that use these commands....

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Running Windows Core: How-to view the network routing table

Running Windows Core Series, viewing the network routing table. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script that use...

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Running Windows Core: How-to view domain and join/unjoin domain

Running Windows Core Series, getting on and off the domain. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script that...

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Running Windows Core: How-to view, enable and disable roles and features

Running Windows Core Series, roles and features without Server Manager.   When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script...

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Running Windows Core: How-to display & change the computer name

Running Windows Core Series, what's my name and how do I change it? When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof...

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Running Windows Core: How-to find volume size & free space

Running Windows Core Series, what happens when you have no GUI? When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script...

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Current Windows Server 2012 / R2 & Windows 8 / 8.1 Update Rollups

This list is current up to January 2015. *Edit* Never say never, there is a May 2016 update for Windows Server 2012 R2, check below for details. Fixed notes for post Windows 2012 R2 April 2014 updates. There are some wikis also being maintained by MVPs: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/23820.list-of-rollup-updates-for-windows-8-and-windows-server-2012.aspx, http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/23823.list-of-rollup-updates-for-windows-8-1-and-windows-server-2012-r2.aspx....

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KB929852 Disabling IPv6 Update

An issue was found in the way that KB929852 was directing users to disable IPv6 in Windows. If using the Fix-it from the article to disable IPv6 globally or if the manual steps were followed; the change could cause up to a 5 second delay in boot up...