You can find the new download via the links on this page. Apart from supporting Windows Server 2022 (and only Windows Server 2022, as the page mentions), and fixing the .NET Framework optional feature (as I mentioned yesterday), the release notes also mention that it includes new versions of the Windows Performance Recorder and Analyzer tools. Otherwise, this release appears to just pick up the latest Windows bits.
With the ADK released, that likely means Windows Server 2022 is very close behind. It wouldn’t surprise me if it ended up with the same build number (20348). I’m ready to upgrade, for two mains reasons: Support for Windows Terminal and nested virtualization in Hyper-V.
Categories: Windows Server