Windows Server 2016/2019 Evaluation: How to extend the Trial Period Bassically, in elevated command prompt: slmgr -dlv slmgr -rearm Restart-Computer slmgr -dli
I connect remotely to a Windows 2008 server thru Windows Remote Desktop connection. To enable it, run tsconfig.msc on server, double click the connection, go to “Client Settings” tab, uncheck the “Audio” checkbox. This helped me to hear sounds from that machine. https://superuser.com/questions/822794/windows-server-2008-no-audio-devices-are-installed
A roundup of actions we have taken to reduce the spread of the corona virus while supporting those directly and indirectly impacted by COVID-19. We applied the most potent antivirus software available. The servers are cleaned and disinfected daily and they are physically separate (six feet distance). Entrance to the server is allowed in hazmat suits only.
Open PowerShell with administrative privileges Run the following command: Get-NetConnectionProfile See the network name you want to change its type and run the following command: Set-NetConnectionProfile -Name “REF” -NetworkCategory Public Where REF is the name of your network and you can change the -NetworkCategory switch value to Public or Private.