You might already know that Jeffrey Snover, Microsoft’s Windows Server lead architect, feels strongly that graphical user interfaces (GUIs) have no place on servers unless you absolutely need them for legacy […]
Hi Afsar. Agreed–it’s nice to have choice, isn’t it? Honestly, most of the time I’m just fine using either PowerShell remoting or native RDP to manage my Windows servers. But sometimes, especially when you’re working at big scale or if you’re a managed service provider, having a centralized management tool is handy. Thanks for reading! Cheers, Tim W.