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127 C H A P T E R 6 | App Plat After you configure the WinRM service, you can run commands remotely, as if you were running them from the command line: C:\NanoServer> winrs –r:192.168.1.10 -u:Administrator -p:Tuva ipconfig More info To learn more about about WinRS, go to http://technet.microsoft.com/library/ hh875630.aspx. EMS EMS is yet another tool that you can use to remotely manage Nano Server by connecting a serial cable between the management machine and the Nano Server machine. After you set up EMS in the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) settings for the Nano Server machine and start Nano Server, start a terminal emulator, such as PuTTY, from an elevated prompt on the management machine, and then complete the following steps: 1. Set the speed to the same baud rate you used in the Nano Server BCD. 2. Select Serial for Connection Type. 3. Provide the correct value for Serial Line. Remote GUI tools In addition to the command-line remote management options discussed in the previous sections, you can use many existing remote GUI tools to remotely manage Nano Server. Because there is no local sign-in or Remote Desktop in Nano Server and there are tools that even in Server Core don't have remote GUI replacements, for example Task Manager, there are a set of web-based remote GUI replacements under development. You can use these web-based remote GUI tools to manage Nano Server as well as Server Core and any of the other installation options. Containers By John McCabe This section introduces a new technology to Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview called containers. Containers come in two types: Windows Server containers Hyper-V containers In this section we explain what a container is and why is it important? What is a container? A container in its simplest form is exactly that—a container. It is an isolated environment in which you can run an application without fear of changes due to applications or configuration. Containers share key components (kernel, system drivers, and so on) that can reduce startup time and provide greater density than you can achieve with a VM. Figure 6-6 shows an abstract of a container.

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