Announced earlier this year, the first semi-annual release of Windows Server has finally arrived.

At the heart of the Windows Server 1709 release is a major update of the Server Core variant of Windows Server, with new versions of both Enterprise and Data Center editions.

The new Windows Server favors a devops-based organization and enhances its support for containers and cloud deployments.But to get the benefits of the new release, you’re going to have to forego the Windows Server UI, shifting to managing your servers with the command line (especially via PowerShell) and with remote user interfaces like the familiar RSAT and the new browser-based Project Honolulu.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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