Windows Server 2012 includes .NET Framework, it provides a comprehensive and consistent programming model to build and run applications (including Roles and Features) that are built for various platforms.
It is not recommended to uninstall .NET Framework. In some given circumstances, there may be a requirement to remove/re-install it…
After installing Windows Server 2012 and booting up you are welcomed by the new, greatly improved Server Manager.
This new tool is however not compatible with previous server versions out-of-box.
Yesterday I migrated our main file server to Windows Server 2012.
Noticed that Access-based enumeration was not working, I couldnt find the setting to re-enable it, or any good information on the web as to where it had gone.