Can you manager Windows Server 2012 CORE remotely without having feature installed Server-Gui-Mgmt?
Please let me know. The goal is to have minimum features installed like Server Core 2012 but do we need to have Server GUI management installed so that when you RDP from other server you can manage the server as usual?
If you need to manage the server core 2012 remotely, what do we need to have installed on it and from the remote server?
If we decide to have Server GUI mgmt installed what are the disadvantages vs just core install?
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