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Use Azure Site Recovery to migrate Windows Server 2008 before End of Support

Don’t let the name fool you. Azure Site Recovery (ASR) can be used as an Azure migration tool for 30 days at no charge. It has been used for years to support migration of our 64-bit versions of Windows Server, and we are pleased to announce it now supports migration of Windows Server 2008 32-bit...

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Recent updates to Project “Honolulu” and PowerShell Core 6.0

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....

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1711 update to Project “Honolulu” Technical Preview is now available!

This blog post was authored by Jeff Woolslayer, Program Manager, Windows Server. Project “Honolulu” was announced in September and had a fantastic reception at Ignite. To all of you that have downloaded the Technical Preview and provided feedback via UserVoice, thank you. We’ve been reading your feedback closely and your input drove this update. Today,...

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Sneak peek #4: Introducing Project “Honolulu”, our new Windows Server management experience

This blog post was authored by Samuel Li, Principal Program Manager Lead, Windows Server. Today, we are thrilled to unveil the next step in our journey for Windows Server graphical management experiences. In less than two weeks at Microsoft Ignite, we will launch the Technical Preview release of Project “Honolulu”, a flexible, locally-deployed, browser-based management...

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