Because I have a small server at home, I try to win a maximum of space, for the storage and for the memory, by installing VM in Server Core. To note, it is very good for security/patches management.
Microsoft has released the final version of the Windows Server 2016. I thought that it might be a good idea to create an USB stick which can be used as a source to install Windows Server 2016 OS to other servers/workstations.
There are many free tools which can be used to do the job, but sometimes you just don’t have that option or simply you do not want to use any free tools for this job. It is not so difficult to create a bootable USB, and this post will teach you that in 6 easy steps.
This process does work on any version of Windows Server or Windows Desktop version 8 or above. It uses Microsoft Diskpart tool present on those systems. It’s a command line tool which is invoked by simply typing “Diskpart” from within a command prompt.
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