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  1. Microsoft previews Windows Server 2022: Someone took a spanner to core plumbing features New Windows Server ahoy - but the company would rather talk about Azure Microsoft has released a preview of Windows Server 2022, with "secured core", improved Windows Containers, and MsQuic protocol support in the kernel. Windows Server can also be deployed using an "as a service" model in the style of Windows 10, though there are important differences. The regularly updated version is simply called Windows Server (plus a release number such as 2004), is in the semi-annual rele
  2. Microsoft releases Windows Server Insider Preview build 20285 While Windows 10 is getting builds in the new rs_prerelease branch preparing for an update in the second half of the year, Windows Server has been getting updates in the fe_release branch, such as last week's build 20282. You may have thought that was the RTM build in that branch, but that's not the case, as Microsoft has now released build 20285. On Windows 10, builds from the fe_release were temporarily served to Insiders, but there was nothing new and the program has shifted over to
  3. Microsoft releases Windows Server Insider Preview build 20282 Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows Server Insider Preview build 20282. There's no blog post to announce it just yet, but it's safe to assume that there's nothing new. This is more likely the RTM build for the fe_release branch. Microsoft was releasing Iron builds to Windows 10 Insiders all through December, and build 20279 was originally planned to be the RTM build. As it seems, some bugs have been found and Microsoft had to put out a couple more builds. The confusing part is that there isn't
  4. Microsoft releases update to remove Adobe Flash from Windows Microsoft has released the KB4577586 update to remove Adobe Flash from Windows and prevents it from being installed again. In September 2020, Microsoft announced that an optional update would be released in the fall to uninstall Adobe Flash Player and prevent it from being installed again on the same device. Today, Microsoft has released the "Update for the removal of Adobe Flash Player: October 27, 2020" KB4577586 update to remove Adobe Flash from all versions of Windows
  5. Microsoft has just announced the release of Windows Server vNext Insider Preview Build 18298. This build is for the next Semi-Annual Channel release for the server OS, which should be named Windows Server version 1903. There are a couple of new features in this build including support for Network Policies using Tigera Calico for Windows Containers, and you can learn more below. We invite you to check the full blog post for more details on bug fixes and known issues As usual, Windows Server Insiders can get this latest build from the Windows Server Insider Preview dow
  6. Microsoft releases Windows Server vNext Insider build 18334 and Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 18334 Following the release of Windows 10 Insider build 18334 last week, Microsoft has just released the build 18334 for Windows Server vNext, the next Semi-Annual Channel release for the server OS. This new build brings a new Task Scheduler (Taskschd.msc) for the Server Core App Compatibility feature on demand (FOD), a feature which was introduced in Windows Server 2019 and Windows Server version 1809. In addition to this new Windows Server build, Microsoft also relea
  7. IT staff are not often the fastest to install patches, lest they cause more issues than they solve, but a new vulnerability in all versions of Windows 10 and Windows Server suggests they may need to rethink that policy. The CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) today issued CVE-2018-8626 for a Windows DNS server heap overflow vulnerability. The remote code execution flaw in Windows DNS servers will allow unauthorized actors to run arbitrary code in the context of the Local System Account. Windows PCs and servers configured as DNS servers are at risk. As if synchronized, Micr
  8. It's been a few weeks since Microsoft last released a new build of Windows Server to Insiders, but today, build 19035 is available to download. As usual, the build number aligns with the first Windows 10 build released in the Fast ring last week, though releases have been so frequent there that there's already a newer build available. Also as usual, there's no blog post for this build yet, so there's no information on what's new in this release. If Windows 10 development is anything to go by, though, it's likely that there are only fixes and minor improvements here, since the next
  9. It's been three weeks since Microsoft released Windows Server Insider Preview build 19008, so we're due for a new one. Today's build is number 19023, coinciding with the build number for the Windows 10 client build that was released last Tuesday. As usual, Microsoft has released the build, but it hasn't published a blog post to say what's new. It's unclear why the company is unable to publish blog posts at the same time as the build itself, but it's safe to say that it will announce something later on today. In the meantime, you can probably assume that there isn't anyt
  10. Microsoft releases its first Windows Server post-2004 Insider Preview It's been about a month and a half since we saw a new Windows Server Insider Preview build, and that was build 19035. Today, Microsoft released build 19551, and the significance here is that this is the first post-2004 build, meaning the first preview of the next version of the OS. Interestingly, the actual RTM build of Windows 10 version 2004 is 19041, and that's going to be serviced for the next few months. Windows Server Insiders aren't going to see those previews. On the Ser
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