Getting started with Windows Server

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Thinking about getting started with Windows Server 2019? Curious about trialling Windows Server 2022? Perhaps you’re still running Windows Server 2008 and want to know what your options are. Below is a selection of resources that will help point you in the right direction on your Windows Server journey.


Getting started with Windows Server 2019

If you’re looking to move onto Windows Server 2019, there are many resources out there to help you with the transition – whether it’s troubleshooting, or simply learning about what new features you should be aware of:


A look at Windows Server 2022

Windows Server 2022 is currently in preview, but what can you expect from this new edition? From advanced multi-layer security to hybrid capabilities with Azure, there are updates and upgrades across the board for you to look forward to.


Windows Server 2008 End of Support

Windows Server 2008 reached End of Support at the beginning of 2020, meaning that if you are running any Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2 servers in your environment, they will no longer be receiving regular updates from Microsoft or be able to contact technical support to open tickets.

So what are your options? There’s some great articles over on the IT Ops Talk blog that cover everything you might need to know:


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