Updating access 2016 to 2016
And also, you usually deploy a new hardware as old hardware might not have the drivers compatible with Windows Server 2016.Yes, we’re talking about physical domain controller (DC) as in real life it’s really not worth it to upgrade a virtual machine running 2012R2 into 2016.OK, I know that this is not really a good idea, but I had questions on this and wanted to test.
This form of authentication relies on a breach, theft, and phish-resistant credentials.
Then the process will start the process of upgrading Windows Server 2012r2 to Windows Server 2016 by preserving our Active Directory (AD) services.
During the process the system will reboot once (in my case).
Currently the VM has the Active Directory Domain Services role installed.
I think it has also all 5 FSMO roles as well as I did not bother to separate the roles, to spread them out, to my other DC, which is also running 2012R2.