Upgrading from Windows 2003 R2 to Windows 2016 Server

Install a copy of windows 2008 Server The first thing you will want to do is set the I.P. Address of the network to something static. From the inital configuration tasks, make sure the time zone is correct, change the name of the server to something helpful like w2k8dcp, download and install updated, and enable remote desktop. This is especially useful if you are running your server inside a V.M. (and you really should). Next, goto add features, and select

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