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Microsoft announces Windows Server Preview build along with ISOs and Keys

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Microsoft has been working continuously to improve its products and services for users, the most recent is the release of a new preview build for Windows Server. As far as the preview build is concerned It is the first build this year for the Server vNext LTSC Preview. Moreover, Microsoft has also provided new ISOs and keys to try out for the previews.

People who are working in collaboration with Microsoft such as; Windows Insiders can now get the new Windows Server vNext Insider Preview Build 22538. The details about this are explained by Winodws manager Mary Hoffman in the Techcommunity Server Blog.

Though, not many details are revealed about the individual changes and innovations yet. The build number 22538 is identical to the Windows 11 Insider update for the developer channel, which is also available now.

More importantly, the Windows Server Long-Term Servicing Channel Preview is now available in ISO format in well over 18 languages around the globe, as well as in VHDX format which is in English only at the moment, Microsoft may launch more languages later on but that is quite foggy at the moment. There are also various language packs available for download. If you want to test the preview, you can use one of the keys that Microsoft has provided for this purpose:

The Keys

  • Server default: MFY9F-XBN2F-TYFMP-CCV49-RMYVH
  • Datacenter: 2KNJJ-33Y9H-2GXGX-KMQWH-G6H67

It is important to mention here that, these keys are only valid for the Server vNext LTSC preview builds. The new Windows Server preview update has an expiration date on it. The expiray date of September 15, 2022, so you people still have plenty of time to try it.

Windows insiders who are already registered can go directly to the Windows Server Insider Preview download page and continue all desired downloads there. If someone is not yet registered as an Insider, they can do so in the Windows Insiders for Business Portal . Make sure you find all the necessary requirements for the Insider program, however, the participation does not cost you anything.

The update to the new build 22538 can be performed as a new installation with the ISO package, Microsoft writes. Classic release notes are not yet available.

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