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|Module:||Sever 2019 Standard||Warranty:||LIFE Time For Activation Item|
|Application:||International(Global Area)||User:||16 Cores|
windows server 2019 standard,
microsoft windows server operating system
Microsoft Windows Server Editions , Windows 2019 Server Standard Version
Windows Server 2019 Standard 64-bit - Licence - 16 Core
No matter where you want to take your organization - get there with Windows Server - the operating system that innovates at the pace of your business.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft.
Windows Server 2019 Standard is the new cloud-ready operating system that supports your current workloads while introducing new technologies that make it easy to transition to cloud computing when you are ready. It delivers powerful new layers of security along with Azure-inspired innovation for the applications and infrastructure that power your business. Each purchase includes 16 core licenses and can be used to run two Operating System Environments - either virtual or physical. If your server has more than 16 cores, you will need to buy additional licenses.
|Win Server2008 R2 OEM||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Win Server 2008 R2 enterprise OEM||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Win Server 2012 Standard||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Win Server 2012 Datacenter||Avaliable||Avaliable||No||Avaliable|
|Win Server 2012 R2 OEM||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
|Win Server 2016 Standard OEM||Avaliable||Avaliable||Avaliable||No|
1. DHCP: As Network Access Protection was deprecated in Windows Server 2012 R2, in Windows Server 2016 the DHCP role no longer supports NAP
DNS client: Service binding – enhanced support for computers with more than one network interface
DNS Server: DNS policies, new DDS record types (TLSA, SPF, and unknown records), new PowerShell cmdlets and parameters
Windows Server Gateway now supports Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) tunnels
IP address management (IPAM): Support for /31, /32, and /128 subnets; discovery of file-based, domain-joined DNS servers; new DNS functions; better integration of DNS, DHCP, and IP Address (DDI) Management
3. Network Controller: A new server role to configure, manage, monitor, and troubleshoot virtual and physical network devices and services in the datacenter
Hyper-V Network virtualization: Programmable Hyper-V switch (a new building block of Microsoft's
4. software-defined networking solution); VXLAN encapsulation support; Microsoft Software Load Balancer interoperability; better IEEE Ethernet standard compliance.