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Administering: Windows Server® 2008 Server Core by John Paul Mueller

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Chapter 13. Managing Applications

You can manage applications at a number of levels in Server Core. Of course, you can install or remove user-level applications. The techniques for performing this task appear in the "Performing Application Installations" section of Chapter 3. This chapter looks at another level of application management. In this case, you'll discover the utilities that Microsoft provides for managing applications at the operating system level. Consequently, this chapter doesn't discuss user-level issues such as getting an editor to work. Instead of editors, you'll work with drivers, Component Object Model (COM) servers, and other low-level utilities.

Microsoft has changed how you work with operating system features in Server Core. ...

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