Windows Server 2016 has a variety of features that can help administrators create working environments that are protected against attacks. Nano Server is a new Windows Server installation option that creates an operating system with a tiny resource footprint that greatly reduces the possible attack vectors. Containers are virtual instances of the operating system that provide software developers with a clean installation environment in seconds. Dynamic Access Control (DAC) is an Active Directory-based methodology for automatically assigning permissions to users, based on their roles in the organization.
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