Windows Server 2019

Windows Server Core 2019 โ€“ Step-by-Step Installation and Configuration

Windows Server Core 2019 โ€“ Step-by-Step Installation and Configuration

Windows Server Core is a minimalist version of Microsoft Windows Server. The major difference between Server Core with other versions is the absence of a desktop display and all configuration and maintenance are carried out using a command-line interface. Server Core has been introduced since the 2008 generation of Windows Server. The Server to function properly does not need a graphical user interface (GUI). The GUI of the server only serves for ease in performing configuration and maintenance. Without a GUI, Windows Server Core has the advantage of using resources such as disks and smaller memory, so that these resources can be maximized for services. And in terms of security, Server Core is much safer from surface attacks against the operating system. Installing Windows Server Core In this tutorial, Bardimin uses Windows Server 2019 as an example. For the installation of other versions, it is almost the same. You just have to adjust. Download the Windows Server 2019 ISO file.Burn the ISO file to a DVD-ROM or create a bootable USB Flash Drive with Rufus.Boot the PC from a CD or USB Flash drive.Next on the option to select an operating system, select "Windows Server 2019 Standard Core". Click the Next button to proceed with the installation. Then agree to the terms of the license.Next on the installation type, select "Custom: Install Windows only (advanced)". This option means that you will do a clean install.Select the Windows Server installation drive you want. You can...

Creating a Windows Server Update on a LAN Network with WSUS

Creating a Windows Server Update on a LAN Network with WSUS

By creating a server that serves Windows updates and other products from Microsoft, you can save internet consumption and speed up the update process. Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) is a feature of Windows Server to manage the distribution of updates released by Microsoft Update to computers on your network. WSUS will be very useful if you have to manage many computers. Updates from Microsoft products can be hundreds of Megabytes in size, and can even reach a size of over one Gigabyte. If the number of computers in the network is large, it is certainly very inefficient if each computer has to download to Microsoft. Because this will burden internet usage and require a long download time. By creating a Server that serves an update, a direct update to Microsoft is only performed by one Server computer. Meanwhile, computers in other networks will download updates to the server. In this scenario, the update process from the computer does not require internet access because it uses a local network (LAN) and, of course, the download speed is also very fast. This article will use Windows Server 2019 as an example and you can also use this method on Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2. Both 2016 and Windows Server 2022. Install WSUS on a Windows Server Open the "Server Manager".In the Server Manager click "Manage" and then click "Add Roles and Features". Next will open the Add Roles and Features Wizard window. And on "Before You Begin", click "Next".In "Installation Type", select...

How to Rename a PC and Join a Windows 10 Domain

How to Rename a PC and Join a Windows 10 Domain

After we create a domain in the network and do various settings as we plan, the next step is to connect the PC-Client with the Domain Server. For how to create a domain you can see in Windows Server 2019 Promotion as Domain Controller. Before joining, the PC name should be changed with a unique name so that in the network there is no PC with the same name. The same name will be a problem when we call the PC using its name (hostname). Steps to rename a PC and Join Domain Open Advanced System properties. The first way, type in the search field "advanced system" and then click on the search results "View advanced system settings". On the Computer Name tab click Change, a pop up window will appear and on "Computer name", fill in the name of the PC you want, for example PC-Client. And on the "Member of" click Domain, then fill in the domain name you are going to, for example bardimin.local. After that click OK. Next you will be asked to fill in your domain account. Note in user writing, the user is written after the domain name(NameDomainUsername). Fill in the password according to your account password. Then click OK. There will be a welcome if you successfully join the domain. Click OK and restart your PC.

GPO: User domain as a local administrator

GPO: User domain as a local administrator

A user domain is a regular user who is used in everyday work to break into a computer and do normal work. These users do not have special permissions that have the potential to cause damage or loss of data. These accounts are usually members of the Domain Users security group. Under certain conditions, these limitations are very troublesome. Like when they want to install a printer or application on the computer they are using, they (user domain) do not have permission to do so. To make a user domain a local administrator, we can use GPO (Group Policy Objects) on the Domain Controller. For how to create a Domain Controller, you can see in Windows Server 2019 Promotion as Domain Controller. The steps to make a user domain as a local administrator with GPO are as follows. A. Create a Security Group From Server Manager >> Dashboard, click Tools and select Active Directory Users and Computers. Next up, create a security group. Click Users, then right-click and select New and then select Group Then give the group a name, such as Local Admin and then click the OK button. Add members by double clicking Local Admin,then selecting the Members tab and clicking the Addbutton. Next add users who will get permission as local administrators on the computer they use, for example we add User Test 01 and User Test 02. Then click the OK button. B. Creating GPO (Group Policy Objects) From Server Manager >> Dashboard, click Tools and select Group Policy Management. Right-click on...

Promotion of Windows Server 2019 as Domain Controller

Promotion of Windows Server 2019 as Domain Controller

A domain controller (DC) is a server computer that responds to security authentication requests in a computer network domain. These servers are responsible for allowing host access to domain resources, authenticating users, storing user account information, and enforcing security policies for domains. Windows Server 2019 by default is a regular computer as in most Windows computers. In order to have the ability as a Domain Controller, it is necessary to promote as a domain controller. The following are the steps of installing Active Directory Domain Services and how to promote Windows Server 2019 as a Domain Controller. A. Install Active Directory Domain Services on Windows Server 2019. Open Server Manager ยป Dashboard, click Add roles and Features.Then click Next.After that select Role-based or feature-based installation, then click Next.Then click Next.Then select Active Directory Domain Services, after which select Add Features on the pop-up that appears. And then click Next.Click Next.Next click Next.Then click Install. After the active directory domain services installation process is complete, the next is how to configure and promote as a Domain Controller. B. Windows Server 2019 promotion steps as a Domain Controller. On the Server Manager >> Dashboard, click the flagicon, then select Promote this server to a doman controller. Then select Add a new forest,and specify the domain name you want, for example: bardimin.local. Next click Next. Set the DSRM password...