Microsoft has released an out-of-band patch to fix a Windows Server bug that was preventing Remote Desktop connections and causing performance issues.
While Microsoft started deploying Windows Server 2022 on August 18, 2021, the Redmond software giant did not make an official announcement until today. The company wanted to make sure that the new version of the server OS is available on all distribution channels.
Microsoft deprecates the Semi-Annual Channel of Windows Server releases. The change goes live with Windows Server 2022, which will exist in the Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) only, and will be supported for 10 years.
Microsoft today released a new Insider Preview of Windows Server vNext. Build 20292 represent the upcoming Windows Server Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) release of the software.
Microsoft today released a new Insider Preview of Windows Server vNext. Build 20289 reveals that the company is going to postpone the product release date for the server software.
Microsoft today announced Windows Server Insider Preview build 20285. While this specific release doesn't include new features, it finally reveals the marketing name of the upcoming Windows Server version.
Microsoft has released a new Server vNext build to Insiders. Build 10.0.20270.1000 from the fe_release_server branch is now available for download. It was compiled on November 24th, 2020.
In addition to Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20257 client release, Microsoft has issued a new Windows Server Preview of the same build number.
In addition to the consumer release of Windows 10 build 20206, Microsoft has also released a new server build with the same version number to Insiders. Windows Server Insider Preview build 20206 brings a few improvements to the Storage Migration Services, and SMB protocol.