Using Automatic Virtual Machine Activation on Microsoft Server

Automatic Virtual Machine Activation is a feature that handles the activation process for an instance of Windows Server inside a Hyper-V virtual machine, so it does not need to directly contact any other system to activate the Windows Server instance. Automatic Virtual Machine Activation is engineered to digitally facilitate the guest virtualization rights allowance of

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Creating a Group Managed Service Account

The group Managed Service Account (gMSA) provides the same functionality within the domain but also extends that functionality over multiple servers. When connecting to a service hosted on a server farm, such as Network Load Balanced solution, the authentication protocols supporting mutual authentication require that all instances of the services use the same principal. When

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