Microsoft launched a new management tool for Windows Server and Windows 10 management out of beta as part of a push to simplify work for IT administrators. The Windows Admin Center brings several key management consoles together into a single environment, so admins can use a single piece of software to handle their tasks.
Windows Admin Center launched in beta last year as Project Honolulu at Microsoft’s Ignite conference. Since then, the company has been compiling feedback from IT pros, with more than 25,000 customer deployments.
The software is available for free. It works with Windows Server 2012 and later, along with Windows 10. The management tool works across…
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