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As mentioned in a previous blog post, one of the main highlights of Windows Server 2008 is Componentization. Replacing the old "Add/Remove Windows Components" is the new Server Manager, which manages installation and removal of Roles and Features (the new way components are grouped). I just installed a few virtual machines with the new June CTP, an MSDN-and-TechNet-subscribers-only release that is also known as the IDS3. Since I already had the list of roles and features from the Beta 3 blog post, I decided to compare what changed both in the Full and Server Core installations. In both cases, I used the Enterprise edition. Here are all the details:
Jose Barreto just informed me that he has an excellent list of what has changed between Server 2008 Beta
Tylko subskrybenci Technet/MSDN oraz beta testerzy uczestniczący w programie Windows Server 2008 otrzymali
na blogu jose barreto, architekta systemowego pracujacego przy w2k8 pojawila sie lista porownujaca role
A comprehensive list of the roles and features available in WS08 and the changes between the the Beta
Everyone that is experimenting with Windows Server 2008 is excited about the Server Core installation,