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Windows 2019:- Disable Server Manager from starting with Windows with PowerShell

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In this video, we show you how to disable Server Manager from starting up when you log in to windows. This can be done using PowerShell (the method used) or the conventional way where you launch Server Manager and click the manage menu to select the checkbox to disable it.

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1. Righ click Start

Right click on the start button and select "PowerShell as Admin" (launch PowerShell Elevated)

2. Run command

Run the following command: (Invoke-Command -ComputerName EX2019A -ScriptBlock { New-ItemProperty -Path HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\ServerManager -Name DoNotOpenServerManagerAtLogon -PropertyType DWORD -Value "0x1" –Force}
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