Find number of cores on each processor for Microsoft Server 2016 Licensing

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To calculate the cost of licensing for Server 2016, it’s necessary to know how many cores each CPU of your server is running.  This WMI query is useful in identifying that.  $property = "systemname", "deviceid", "name", "maxclockspeed","addressWidth", "numberOfCores", "NumberOfLogicalProcessors" Get-WmiObject -class win32_processor -Property  $property | Select-Object -Property $property

How to install and configure Hyper-V Host (core) for remote administration

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It’s possible to configure a Hyper-V host running core to be fully managed remotely.  I have read various suggestions on the web saying it’s better and more secure to leave the Hyper-V host in a workgroup, but the effort required when doing that just doesn’t make it worth it in my opinion.And we actually want…