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Windows 2008 Server Core vs Full Installation

Recently I have gone through some articles regarding Windows Server core installation, which is very light weight server and consume low resources when compared with full installation. What my doubt ...
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What do you use Windows Server 2008 Server Core for? Any regrets?

I have been installing either the Standard or Enterprise versions of Server 2008, but am curious about Server Core. What have you used this for? Did you like it or end up having to upgrade to a more ...
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What are the minimum RAM requirements for Server Core 2008 R2?

For the purposes of running Active Directory and DNS Server, what are the minimum memory requirements for Server Core 2008 R2? I've read of someone using 256MB. This seems pretty low although summing ...
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How do I rename a network interface using netsh?

I'm building my first Windows 2008 Server Core machine (running R2) and want to rename the IPv4 network interfaces to something more meaningful. It seems most likely that this is done using netsh ...
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Windows Server 2008 Core - performance

Are there any performance advantages over classis windows server 2008 installation?
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SMTP service on Windows 2008 R2 Core

I have setup a server with Windows 2008 R2 Core Web Edition. The question is, how can I install the IIS7 SMTP service? Or is SMTP missing in the Core editions? Thank you
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upgrade from windows 2008 server CORE to full windows 2008 server

Possible Duplicate: Install GUI on Windows Server 2008 Core As I've seen there is not really a topic about this here... My question: Is there any means to upgrade from windows 2008 server CORE ...