Reminder that the Windows Server 2022 Datacenter: Azure Edition preview is available in the Microsoft Server Operating Systems Preview offer in both Desktop and Core versions. You must be a registered Windows Insider in order to create and use virtual machine images from this preview, and have a valid Azure subscription.
Windows Server 2022 Datacenter: Azure Edition contains the full Server Desktop experience and introduces new functionality such as SMB over QUIC and Azure Extended Networking. This image with the full Server Desktop experience does not support hotpatching. Learn more about everything that’s new. Windows Server 2022 Datacenter: Azure Edition is only available on Azure and requires an Azure Automanage subscription.
Windows Server 2022 Datacenter: Azure Edition Core preview expands on the existing Windows Server 2019 Datacenter: Azure Edition by introducing new functionality such as SMB over QUIC and Azure Extended Networking. The hotpatching functionality from Windows Server Datacenter 2019: Azure Edition is built in, with the hotpatches starting later this summer. Learn more about everything that’s new. Windows Server 2022 Datacenter: Azure Edition Core is only available on Azure and requires an Azure Automanage subscription.
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The most important part of a frequent release cycle is to hear what's working and what needs to be improved, so your feedback is extremely valued. For Windows Server, use your registered Windows 10 Insider device and use the Feedback Hub application. In the app, choose the Windows Server category and then the appropriate subcategory for your feedback. In the title of the Feedback, please indicate the build number you are providing feedback on as shown below:
Microsoft collects this information over the internet to help keep Windows secure and up to date, troubleshoot problems, and make product improvements. Microsoft server operating systems can be configured to turn diagnostic data off, send Required diagnostic data, or send Optional diagnostic data. During previews, Microsoft asks that you change the default setting to Optional in order to provide the best automatic feedback and help us improve the final product.