Page 1:Windows Server 2008 Core Installation
Page 2:Installation Of The System
Page 3:The First Login
Page 4:The "Desktop"
Page 5:Graphical Elements In The Core Installation
Page 6:Network Facilities
Page 7:Establishing The Network (continued)
Page 8:Installing Server Roles
Page 9:Uninstallation Of Server Roles
Page 10:Remote Access In The Console
Page 11:Remote Configuration With The mmC
Page 12:Screensaver Switched Off
Page 13:Activating The System
Page 14:Comparison: Core Installation Vs. Normal Installation
Page 15:Conclusion: A Server Installation For Professionals
The First Login
Administrators will be quite surprised by the new installation. After hitting Ctrl+Alt+Delete for protection, the login screen appears entirely in one window: "Other User".
Empty login screen
Input of the username "Administrator"
The login must now take place with the user name "Administrator", and an empty password. Even before registration is completed, though, the administrator will be asked to provide a password.
The password will have to be changed immediately
Entering the new password
The security of the server depends on the password, so stricter rules are imposed here. The password must include both upper and lower case letters, as well as digits or special characters; it will not be accepted if it does not have the proper mix of symbols.
The password rules prevent administrators from choosing easily-compromised passwords
- Windows Server 2008 Core Installation
- Installation Of The System
- The First Login
- The "Desktop"
- Graphical Elements In The Core Installation
- Network Facilities
- Establishing The Network (continued)
- Installing Server Roles
- Uninstallation Of Server Roles
- Remote Access In The Console
- Remote Configuration With The mmC
- Screensaver Switched Off
- Activating The System
- Comparison: Core Installation Vs. Normal Installation
- Conclusion: A Server Installation For Professionals