NIC Teaming, also known as link aggregation or Load Balancing/Failover (LBFO), is a technology that allows to combine multiple network adapters into a single interface. To master NIC Teaming, you must know not only the steps to join several interfaces in one. NIC teaming is a feature, that has many interesting details like modes of work in a physical server, NIC teaming in virtual environment and network settings like using VLANs. And this is why we are here for
Windows Server 2012 R2 Core – now a default option for installation. After finishing the installation, you see just a command shell – black screen, grey letters. We are used to GUI – but managing a server core is not a hard task. You can use everything you really need – Server Manager, MMC consoles and, of course, remote PowerShell. All you must do – is complete some simple initial tasks and configure your server for remote management.
Features on Demand – a new way of conserving system partition space in Windows 8 and Server 2012. It is possible not only uninstall a feature, but delete files associated with that feature – they are called payload. You can install a feature again when you need to, but you`ll have to provide a valid installation source. This feature can be used when working with installed operation system – for saving useful system partition space – or with installation media for reducing the size of the image.