In the last article we installed Windows Server 2012 in Core Mode but we still need to configure the server. Now we are going to walk through various options and configuration methods. You will want to take note of two commands right away, since the only window you will see in Core mode by default is the command prompt. By typing in “help” at the prompt then hitting “enter” you will find a list of commands available for general system maintenance. The command I will be focusing on in this lesson is “sconfig.cmd”. Then we will proceed on to use the Remote Server Administration Tool for Windows 8 to configure the server further.