Using the graphical tools to manage account and group graphics on Server Core tutorial


1.1 Managing Accounts and Groups on Server Core

Since the Windows Serverr Core operating system only has a command line interface, user accounts and groups Management can only be implemented on the command line. You can also manage accounts on Server Core using graphical management tools on a Windows Server 2008 server with a graphical interface.

1.1.1 Using the Command Line to Manage Users and Groups on Server Core

Log in to the server core as an administrator.

Enter net user to view all accounts on the server.

Enter net user zhang a1! /add Add a zhang user password is a1!

Enter net user zhang a2! Change the user's password to a2!

Enter net user Zhang View user details

Enter net user zhang /del

Enter net localgroup managers /add Create a group of managers

Enter net logcalgroup managers zhang /add Add zhang users Go to the managers group.

1.1.2 Managing Windows Server Core Using the Windows Server Graphical Interface

The following configuration will implement the management of Windows Server Core with the WebServer management tool with Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition installed.

Log in to Windows Server Core as an administrator.

Enter ipconfig to view the IP address.

Enter netsh firewall set opmode disable to turn off the Windows Firewall. If you do not close the firewall, you can run the command to open only the specific port:

netsh firewall set opmode enable to open the firewall

netsh firewall add portopening TCP 445 Netbios-ds

Enter net user Administrator a1! Changing the password of the administrator administator is the same as the password of the administrator administrator account on the computer on the WebServer, so that the WebServer can be successfully connected to the Windows Server Core using the graphical interface management tool.

On the WebServer where Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition is installed, log in with the administrator administrator password a1!. Click “Start”à“Run”, enter MMC, click “OK”.

MMC is a Microsoft management console that can add multiple management units to a single management console for easier use.

In the console dialog, click “File”à“Add/Remove Snap-in".

In the "Add or Remove Snap-in" dialog box that appears, select “Local Users & Groups", click “Add”.

In the "Select target machine" dialog box that appears, select "Another computer", enter the IP address of the Windows Server Core computer, click “Complete", click “ ”.

Now you can change the management tools to manage users and groups on the Windows Server Core server.

For future management, you can save it, click “file”, enter the file name “Server Core user and group”. You can open this snap-in directly by clicking on the management tool later.

In MMC, you can also add more management units. As shown in the figure below, the service management unit of the management server Core server is added to manage the services on the Server Core.

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