[DISCUSSION] Windows Server Build 16299

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  1. LostED

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    Windows Server, version 1709 @ MSDN
     
  2. whatever127

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    Windows Server, version 1709
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  3. amunu

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    download link please
     
  4. maur0

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    link for download please special for pt-br linguage
     
  5. LostED

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  6. Threat

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    So the WZOR release was 16299.0, is the MSDN one 16299.15 based?

    I would check but got about 100 files in the download queue at the moment :)

    Whats interesting is the note on MSDN (my visualstudio) states that 1709 requires active SA, and requires new product keys (MAK type) so I guess VL only.
     
  7. Threat

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    You don't want much do you?
     
  8. LostED

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    yes/yes
     
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    Tell that to the Exchange Server group, not me. :)
     
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  11. raidensnake

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    a lot of server process including game servers require a gui to function.
     
  12. maddogster

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    the datacentercore iso also no GUI so I don't think any GUI version for us going forward unless a lot of complaints to microsoft - they really don't want us using server 2016 as desktop in place of windows 10 :(
     
  13. Threat

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    The GUI is part of Windows Server 2016's Long Term Service Branch (LTSB)

    None of the in between updates will have a GUI.

    Learn some PowerShell or move to Linux.
     
  14. Threat

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    Yeah this kinda sucks that the departments don't seem to communicate or plan together.

    I wonder how the Exchange team plan to address this going forward? Probably a way to temp you to move to there hosted offerings.

    I don't really think games servers are the target audience.

    Most of the built in roles can be managed from you Windows 10 management workstation using RSAT (much like previous versions). This move really pushes towards remote management. From a server perspective this is a good move. Also since you move your management to local tools managing remote server, you also a step closer to the remote server been hosted on Azure etc. which is really where they are heading.

    A minimalist core server may seem annoying but it's good from a security perspective. Reduced attack surface, resources.
     
  15. raidensnake

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    #36 raidensnake, Oct 18, 2017
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    Yeah that won't work cause most processes won't run without a gui. also linux isn't an option as most processes are unusable especially game servers as they hate running in wine due to not using native windows extensions.
     
  16. Threat

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    Really? I disagree. Server roles run just fine without GUI using RSAT. I think you need to learn to use the OS properly instead of moaning about it.

    Maybe the developers should write PROPER server apps instead of you trying to run them under a partial emulator.
     
  17. raidensnake

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    I wasn't on about the server roles themselves... I was on about 3rd party services. Most are unusable cause they refuse to run.
     
  18. Threat

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    Then moan at the developers themselves, or stick with the OS's they were designed for.
     
  19. ColdZero

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    Yep, learn to use Powershell, CMD, and RSAT.