- Microsoft put out a brand new Insider build for Windows Server.
- The company is asking Insiders to refer to these builds as vNext.
- Check out the direct download links and get your build version.
Since we are on the topic of Microsoft releasing new software, you should be aware that the tech giant has released a new build for the Windows Server Insider Preview.
Build 25158, released in July 2022, is now available to download as an ISO from the Windows Server Insider website along with a VHDX.
However, keep in mind that even though this uses the same underlying kernel as the Windows 11 Sun Valley 3 (23H2) development, there’s no changelog to speak of, so it’s unclear what’s new or broken in this build.
What’s new with Build 25158?
Microsoft hasn’t tempered with the product’s branding at all and remains as Windows Server 2022 in the available review.
That being said, Microsoft is asking Insiders to refer to these builds as vNext rather than Windows Server 2022 which is already in the market.
This release came right after the company also dropped Windows 11 build 25158, which is the Sun Valley 3 consumer development.
Users are starting to see an interesting pattern here, which means these rollout editions will continue to sync up from this point forward.
As far as available downloads go, we’re looking at
- Windows Server VNext Preview in ISO format in 18 languages,
and in VHDX format in English only.
- Windows Server VNext Preview VHDX
- Microsoft Server Languages and Optional Features Preview
- Windows Admin Center 2110.2 Preview
Know that the keys are valid for preview builds only:
- Server Standard: MFY9F-XBN2F-TYFMP-CCV49-RMYVH
- Datacenter: 2KNJJ-33Y9H-2GXGX-KMQWH-G6H67
In order to download the above-mentioned build, registered Insiders can head over to the Windows Server Insider Preview download page.
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