Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Item:||Sever 2016 Standard OEM PACK||Application:||International(Global Area)|
|Media:||64bit DVD||Language:||English/ Support Multi-language Download|
|Activation:||Online Or DVD||Warranty:||Lifetime|
Minimal System Requirements for Windows Server 2016
The following table shows the minimum requirements for Windows Server 2016.The actual requirements depend on the system configuration and the installed applications and features.
|Description||Minimal System Requirements|
|CPU clock rate||1.4 GHz|
|RAM||512 MB* with (ECC (Error Correcting Code) type or similar technology)|
|Disk space||32 GB**|
|Network adapter||1x Ethernet (at least gigabit throughput)
(*) 2 GB for Server with Desktop Experience installation option.
(**) Computers with more than 16 GB of RAM will require more disk space for paging, hibernation, and dump files.
The editions are suitable for the following application areas:
|Edition||Ideal for...||Visualization rights||Licensing model||Client Access Licenses||RAM Limit||CPU Limit||Versions|
|Essentials||Small businesses with basic IT requirements; very small or no IT department||no, one physical or one virtual installation||CPU-based||CALs not required * (limited to 25 users / 50 devices)||64 GB RAM||max. 2 CPUs||
|Standard||For all companies that require advanced features and virtualize to a lesser extent||2 virtual machines ** or 2 Hyper-V Container||Core-based||CALs required ***||24 TB RAM||512 Cores|
|Datacenter||For all companies with high requirements on IT workloads with large number of virtual systems||unlimited virtual machines and Hyper-V Container|
(*) An RDS CAL is required to access Remotedesktop.
(**) The Windows Server Standard Edition license allows 2 OSEs (Operating System Environments) when all physical cores are licensed.
(***) CALs are required for every user or device, which connects directly or indirectly to a server. Details can be found on the Microsoft website in the area Client Access Licenses and Management Licenses.
Windows Server 2016 instances can be operated in either a physical operating system environment (POSE) or a virtual operating system environment (VOSE):
|Edition||Running instances in POSE||Running instances in VOSE|
(*) When a customer runs all the allowed virtual instances, the physical instance can only be used to manage and maintain the virtual instances.
(**) Essentials can be run in a physical or virtual operating system environment.
1. DHCP: As Network Access Protection was deprecated in Windows Server 2012 R2, in Windows Server 2016 the DHCP role no longer supports NAP
DNS client: Service binding – enhanced support for computers with more than one network interface
DNS Server: DNS policies, new DDS record types (TLSA, SPF, and unknown records), new PowerShell cmdlets and parameters
Windows Server Gateway now supports Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) tunnels
IP address management (IPAM): Support for /31, /32, and /128 subnets; discovery of file-based, domain-joined DNS servers; new DNS functions; better integration of DNS, DHCP, and IP Address (DDI) Management
3. Network Controller: A new server role to configure, manage, monitor, and troubleshoot virtual and physical network devices and services in the datacenter
Hyper-V Network virtualization: Programmable Hyper-V switch (a new building block of Microsoft's
4. software-defined networking solution); VXLAN encapsulation support; Microsoft Software Load Balancer interoperability; better IEEE Ethernet standard compliance.
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