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Configuring Storage Spaces Direct on Windows Server Core

Windows Server Core is a trimmed down version of Windows which has no GUI support. Management of Server Core is accomplished either by command line local to the server, or via GUI utilities from a separate server running Windows GUI ... continue reading

Supermicro IPMI and Active Directory Integration

Supermicro IPMI has the capability to use Active Directory to authenticate users without having to add each individual user to the IPMI system on each server device.   Instead of authenticating a user against the internal IPMI user database, the IPMI ... continue reading

Configure the Network Ports on a Windows Cluster

Windows clustering requires the network configuration be complete and accurate. The network ports should be configured with IP Addresses, DNS, Default Gateways and any other relevant networking details. The DNS IP address will likely be your Active Directory servers, otherwise you ... continue reading

Configure network ports on Windows Clustered Systems

Each node of a Windows Cluster should be configured exactly the same including the networking parameters (other than unique IP addresses for each system). Configure IP Addresses Every node on a Windows Cluster should be configured with IP Addresses DNS ... continue reading