To clarify this for some out there, he is referring to the 2008 Windows installation that is trimmed down to a text only console and does not include the GUI component, he is not referring to a LANDesk Core server.
Sorry for any confusion. Yes, I am referring to LD9's ability to successfully patch a Windows Server 2008 "Core" installation, the stripped down, Text-based version of the OS.
Is anyone doing this or know LANDesk's stance on patching this flavor of Windows?
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The LANDesk agent (required for patching) is not supported on Server Core at this time. However, a request to support the 2008 Server Core operating system has been raised in the enhancement request portal and you can vote on it, here: