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Windows Server 2019 adds support for Office 365 ProPlus 

Today we’re introducing Office 365 ProPlus support for Windows Server 2019 customers with on-premises and Azure deployments. We’ve also enabled customers to immediately download and leverage FSLogix functionality, including the Office 365 Container, to enhance the speed and performance around user profile data in non-persistent virtualized environments. This continues our commitment to enhance the Office...Read more

Windows Admin Center unleashes Server Core adoption 

Since the general availability of Windows Server 2019, we have seen the fastest adoption rate of Windows Server Core in history. If you haven’t heard of Windows Server Core, then you’re really missing out! Windows Server Core is the lightest deployment option of Windows Server Standard or Windows Server Datacenter editions. Why are customers choosing...Read more

Windows Server version 1903 now generally available 

Last month, we gave everyone a detailed sneak peek into new capabilities we are releasing with Windows Server, version 1903. Today, we are excited to announce that this release is now generally available. Windows Server, version 1903 brings innovation to areas that that matter to you, such as Containers, Edge Computing and Hybrid. You can...Read more

Microsoft Pre-Build update: Developer innovation with Windows Server 2019 and Azure 

This blog post was co-authored by Taylor Brown, Principal Program Manager Lead, Windows Server and Monojit Bhattacharya, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Windows Server. Enterprises are adopting digital transformation to engage end users, offer competitive products, empower their employees, and improve operations. To drive this transformation, developers need a modern platform that helps them deliver innovation at...Read more

Recent updates to Project “Honolulu” and PowerShell Core 6.0 

Server management tools have evolved rapidly in the past few months making it easier to remotely monitor and configure your servers – both for Windows and Linux-based systems. In January, we announced the general availability of PowerShell Core 6.0, now cross-platform (Windows, macOS, and Linux), open-source, and built for heterogeneous environments and the hybrid cloud....Read more