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Implementing a Servicing Model for a Server Appliance


This section provides information about implementing a solution for keeping a server appliance up-to-date with the latest operating system updates.

Methods of Servicing a Server Appliance

Describes the various ways you can keep a server appliance up-to-date.

How to Enable Windows Automatic Updates on Server Core

Explains how to enable automatic updates in Windows on a server appliance that is based on Server Core.

Enabling WSUS Updates on Server Core

Shows where you can find information about configuring Server Core to allow Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to install updates to the server appliance.

How Updates for Optional Features are Applied

Describes how updates to optional features are applied when optional features are enabled or disabled.

Server Appliances and Windows Embedded Server

Defines server appliance and describes the role of Windows Embedded Server in server-appliance development.

Checklist for Server Appliance Development

Describes the steps for planning and developing a server-appliance platform based on Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2008.

Building a Server Appliance Based on Server Core

Explains how to evaluate if Server Core is appropriate for your server-appliance project, and describes how to build a server appliance based on Server Core.

Creating a Remote Management Interface for a Server Appliance

Describes how to implement a remote-management solution as part of the development of a server-appliance platform.

Locking Down the Configuration of a Server Appliance

Explains how to help minimize the security vulnerabilities of a server appliance, and describes how to keep the configuration of the server appliance from changing.

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