Windows Server 2016 – NAT Part 1 | Install Remote Access Server Role

Windows Server 2016 – NAT Part 1 | Install Remote Access Server Role

Before you install the server role, the server must have two NIC’s on with external access and one for internal that the client computers will use as a gateway. That is why you need to configure it with a static IP Address. An example Now open the Server Manager, click Manage and then Add Roles and Features Click 3 times Next. Now select Remote Access Click 3 times Next. Now select Routing Click Add Features Click 3 times Next and then Install. PART 1 THE END !!! Part 2 here…

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Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V Remote management with PowerShell

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Create a new session new-pssession – computername domsrv Then enter a remote session with enter-pssession enter-pssession 14 now you can use the Hyper-V cmdlets. I used get-vm to get the VMs on DomSRV There is another way to use Hyper-V cmdlets, without creating a session with the remote server. For example, you can use Get-VM with the computername parameter. get-vm -computername domsrv You can also remote control the VMs the same way. You need to use the vmname parameter instead of the computername parameter enter-pssession -vmname vm1       Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V Remote…

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Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V Manager and remote management

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If you do not have Hyper-V Manager installed then check this post to install it. Then open Server Manager, go to Tools > Hyper-V Manager. Right-click Hyper-V Manager and select Connect to Server.  Click Browse or write the Server IP and click OK. If you clicked browse then specify the server you want to connect and click Check Names. Then click two times OK and the remote hyper-v server will be added. All the above will work perfectly if both servers are on the same Domain. If not then you have to…

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Windows Server 2016 – Connect a remote system, enable Rules

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To connect to a remote system with MMC you must enable 4 rules in Windows Firewall, on the system to be managed. These 4 rules are:  COM+ Network Access, DCOM-In  set-netfirewallrule –name complusnetworkaccess-dcom-in –enabled true Remote Event Log Management (NP-IN) set-netfirewallrule –name remoteeventlogsvc-in-tcp –enabled true Remote Event Log Management (RPC) set-netfirewallrule –name remoteeventlogsvc-np-in-tcp –enabled true  Remote Event Management (RPC-EPMAP)  set-netfirewallrule –name remoteeventlogsvc-rpcss-in-tcp – enabled true Windows Server 2016 – Connect a remote system, enable Rules

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