Updating windows 2016 core

The Server with Desktop Experience or Full Server is only available in the LTSC (Long-Term Servicing Channel) in Windows Server 2016.After accepting the license terms, you can choose the installation type.

) enables native Docker containers on Windows Server.

Windows Server 2016 and later versions are supported.

Choose which drive you want to install and the partitioning you want to use After that Windows Server will install itself, and reboot for a couple of times.

After the installation is finished you have to set the default Administrator password.

Introduced in Windows Server 2008, Core refers to a hardening of the OS by which the attack surface of the server is minimized by removing the GUI and any unnecessary optional installations.

This has been an optional install method in previous iterations of Windows Server, and now in Windows Server 2016, it is the default option.

Also probably automatic updates must be enabled for '/updatenow' switch to work (install updates).

In versions of Windows prior to Windows 10, you can also start the GUI for Windows Update by entering following command (located in %windir%\system32\ folder): This only opens the update application and checks available updates, it does not install them.

2017.3 Hello what is the best practice for our core? We are runnign Server 2016 (https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/lync/en-US/d3a2694c-32da-4158-943a-81c2904ffb3d/disable-automatic-updates-in…

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