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Microsoft delivers first test build of Windows Server 2019

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Microsoft is making available today, March 20, the first preview build of its next on-premises Windows Server release, known as Windows Server 2019.

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To test the release, those interested should sign up to be Windows Insiders. The final version is slated to roll out to users in the latter half of calendar 2018, right around the same time as the next feature update for Windows Server, known as 1809, which is expected to roll out in October 2018.

Windows Server 2019 is going to be the next version of Windows Server that qualifies as a Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) release. Windows Server 2016 is the current LTSC release of Server.

Microsoft recommends admins who want to run SQL Server, SharePoint Server and other workloads to go with the LTSC version of Windows Server[1] and not the Semi-Annual Channel versions[2]. (An example of a Semi-Annual Channel version of Windows Server is the soon-to-be-released 1803[3] and the coming 1809; these are the feature updates released twice yearly and supported for 18 months only.)

Microsoft officials have said before that the on-premises/LTSC versions of Windows Server will include features that previously have debuted in the Semi-Annual Channel versions. In today's blog post about Windows Server 2019, Microsoft officials listed a few of the features they're planning for Server 2019.

Among these features:

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