In addition to a new Windows 10 Redstone 5 build for Fast Ring Insiders, Microsoft released Windows Server 2019 Insider Preview Build 17733 yesterday along with a new preview of Windows Admin Center. The new Windows Server 2019 build comes with new improvements for Cluster Sets, which the company describes as its “new cloud scale-out technology.” There’s also a new version of Microsoft Hyper-V Server in the available content.
Microsoft detailed what’s new in Windows Admin Center Preview 2018 in a separate blog post. The tool previously known as Project Honolulu is getting a new Apps & Feature extension to let IT admins control the apps and other components that are currently installed on the Windows machines they manage. This build also brings minor improvements to Task Scheduler, File Sharing, Azure Update Management support and more.
As usual, Windows Insiders can get the latest builds for Windows Server 2019, Hyper-V Server and Windows Admin Center from the Windows Server Insider Preview download page. Microsoft has been consistently releasing new Windows Server Insider builds every two weeks for quite some time now, so it’s safe to expect a new flight before the end of the month.