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How to manage multiple Servers with Windows Server 2012

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Windows Server 2012 is here, and with it comes an improved version of the Server Manager Application.

The days are long gone when businesses operated with a single Server. The requirement for technology has grown and with it our need for multiple Servers, individual Servers are now dedicated to  single applications, actions or storage of data. We have Servers dedicated solely to recieveing and distributing emails, deciated to SharePoint, to antivirus systems, to data backup and to CRM applications.

Life as a Server Administrator is not so simple anymore, with the invent of cloud computing the Server Manager application in Windows Server 2012 had to evolve from a single to multi server view of our environment. In Windows Server 2012 it is now possible to get an overall view of your servers enivronment, check performance and fix issues all from a centralised application.

In the following Infographic you will learn "How to manage multiple Servers in Windows Server 2012".

 

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This infographic was created by Firebrand Training, a Microsoft Gold Learning Partner.

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