Windows Admin Center SDK – Public Preview Release

Ever since the Technical Preview release of Windows Admin Center (previously Project Honolulu) at Ignite last year, partners and customers have been asking how to integrate with Windows Admin Center. Today, we are excited to announce the Public Preview release of the Windows Admin Center SDK along with the availability of partner extensions from DataON,…


Manage Hyper-Converged Clusters running Windows Server 2016 with Windows Admin Center

At Microsoft Ignite 2017, we teased the next-generation in-box management experience for Hyper-V and Storage Spaces Direct on Hyper-Converged Infrastructure built on Windows Admin Center, known then as ‘Project Honolulu’. Until now, this experience has required an Insider Preview build of Windows Server 2019. The most consistent feedback we’ve received by far has been to…


Windows Admin Center (formerly Project Honolulu) is now Generally Available

Today, we’re announcing the general availability (GA) of Windows Admin Center, formerly Project Honolulu! Since our first private preview exactly a year ago, customers are now managing over a quarter million servers with 25,000+ installations. Thank you to everyone who downloaded, tested Project Honolulu and sent us feedback! Learn more about Windows Admin Center and…


1802 update to Project “Honolulu” Technical Preview is now available!

Today we’ve released an update to the Project ‘Honolulu’ technical preview. This build was previously released to Windows server insiders. We will be pushing out a new build to insiders later this month. If you have not yet tried Project “Honolulu”, visit the Windows Server Evaluations page to download. Those of you that are already…

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1712 update to Project “Honolulu” Technical Preview is now available!

Today we’ve released an update to the Project ‘Honolulu’ technical preview. This is an incremental update from the last update on December 1st. We’ve added a couple top requested features in Virtual Machines and continued with the performance enhancements that lead to faster load times and page rendering. This build was previously released to Windows…

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1711 update to Project Honolulu Technical Preview is now available!

We’ve officially released the 1711 update to Project Honolulu Technical Preview! An earlier version is available via Windows Server Insiders (build 1711-01003), but with further validation and a new PowerShell console tool, build 1711-15002 is now officially available through the Microsoft Evaluation Center. For those of you that like to be on the cutting edge,…


Video Series: Server Manager Tools – Overview, Processes, and Services 

Continuing our video series to help you get to know Project Honolulu, here are a few videos that give a quick run-down of some tools in Server Manager. If you haven’t already, download Project Honolulu at https://aka.ms/HonoluluDownload to try it out in your environment.  The Server Overview tool provides a high-level view of your server’s…


Got questions? Join our AMA session or Tech Community

[Post-AMA Update] For future discussions, we’ve opened a space on the Microsoft Tech Community. Check it out! https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Windows-Server-Management/bd-p/WindowsServerManagement As a follow-up to Ignite and our Technical Preview launch, we are hosting an “Ask Microsoft Anything” session focused on Project Honolulu to help answer any questions you all might have! Tuesday, October 17, 2017 from 9 am…


Session recordings from Microsoft Ignite 2017

We had some great conversations with many of you at the Microsoft Ignite 2017 conference, both at our sessions and at our booth. Thank you very much for the questions and input! It was so valuable to get customer confirmation that we’re on the right track, and to get a better sense of where we…


Project “Honolulu” Technical Preview now available!

As promised, just in time for Ignite! 🙂 Download here: https://aka.ms/HonoluluDownload Documentation: https://aka.ms/HonoluluDocs Includes overview, deployment guide, troubleshooting and known issues, etc. Feedback link: https://aka.ms/HonoluluFeedback Here’s the official announcement: Windows Server blog  

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