Windows Server 2019 general availability: What to do

The latest version of Windows Server has reached general availability, so subscribers who haven’t already given it a test drive should check out new security, redundancy, management and SDN features.

Editor's note: Microsoft has temporarily put its rollout of Windows Server 2019 on hold due to a glitch with Windows 10 that could affect Windows Server 2019. This story provides advice on what do do about Windows Server 2019 deployments once that problem is cleared up.

Microsoft has released Windows Server 2019 to general availability, formally bringing to market the first major release of the Windows Server operating system in three years.

Subscribers have had the chance to explore the new platform for months, but for those who have held off fiddling with Windows Server 2019 until this official release, it is now formally available for download.

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