This manual will guide you through the process of configuring your Windows Server 2012 or 2012 R2 so it can be used as a day-to-day operating system. If you are absolutely not familiar with the new version of Windows, read this article first. In case you don’t want to follow these steps, a converter application is available to automate the conversion process: Microsoft Server Converter 2012.

Table of Contents

1. Installation, Drivers, OS Language, Computer Name, Owner Information
2. Wireless Networking and Enable Sound
3. Disable Ctrl+Alt+Del at Logon, Password Restrictions and Shutdown Event Tracker
4. Disable IE Enhanced Security
5. Performance for Applications
6. Themes, Boot to Classic Desktop and Aero Cursors
7. Windows 8 (Metro) Apps, Default Windows 8 Apps and Windows 8 Internet Explorer
8. Missing App Dlls, Visual Effects/Thumbnails and Performance Information and Tools
9. Disable DEP and SEHOP
10. eHome IR Transceiver and Start Screen Alternatives

Other Manuals

# Windows Server 2008 / 2008R2www.win2008workstation.com
# Windows Server 2016www.win2016workstation.com

Additional Resources

# Windows Server to Workstation Forum
# Security Software Compatibility List
# Games Compatibility List
# Wish List

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