Windows Server Core Accessibility
Windows 10 accessibility is great but there is no thought about accessibility on the Windows Server Core development. I am completely blind and I need to use Windows Server Core. Maybe allow the enabling of an SSH server in an answer file that can be passed to the installer just like previous versions of Windows installs. Then I could ssh to the server core instance and have full access.
Alex Mitov commented
How about windows server with desktop experience? After you configure the audio services to start using a registry edit that will work with Narrator, the server will work with Narrator. Server with desktop experience supports everything that works on server core, and it also has Narrator. If needed, I can explain how you enable the audio services using the registry.
Patrick Turnage commented
Yes, I can contact them but I don't want help accessing Windows Server Core, I want to independently be able to access it to do accessible installs and initial configurations to get the ssh implementation up so I can connect remotely for administration tasks. Then once that's done, I know I can use server manager.
Thank you for your feedback. Please reach out to the Enterprise answer desk so that we can better assist you. Please see https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/accessibility/enterprise-answer-desk
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