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Like earlier iterations of Windows Server, Windows 8 Server starts with very little installed, and then lets you add features and roles to build the server you need for your network and organisation.
Everything in Windows 8 Server is PowerShell. Want to use the same installation script on another server? Just export the PowerShell and run it remotely — no need for a user interface.
You can see all the servers on your network from Server Manager, giving you a single pane of glass where you can discover and deal with problems. Luckily for those with large networks, Server Manager lets you create and save queries and filters.