Managing Windows Server 2008 with Server Manager
Windows Server 2008 makes significant improvements in server manageability with a one-stop administrative solution called Server Manager. This streamlined management tool allows IT administrators to complete setup of Windows Server using the Initial Configuration Tasks page, and configure and manage server roles and features with prescriptive wizards and a unified management console. Server Manager is built on the Service Modeling Language (SML) platform, used to model complex IT services and systems in software, including structure, constraints, configuration, and best practices. This session presents and demonstrates the configuration and management capabilities of Server Manager, and discusses how Server Manager as an administrative solution leverages the model-based management infrastructure provided by the SML platform.
Published Date: April 10, 2008
Presented By: Dan Harman
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