Microsoft released today Windows Admin Center version 1809.5 for members of the Windows Server Insider program. This is a cumulative update for Windows Admin Center version 1809, which was released in September in support of Windows Server 2019.
For those unfamiliar, Windows Admin Center is a new graphical management tool for Windows Server, and it was previously known as “Project Honolulu.” The first version of Windows Admin Center (1804) became generally available in April, and the version 1809 added several new features including support for Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI).
The version 1809.5 brings several improvements for Hyper-V, Clustering, and Extension Manager. Hyper-converged infrastructure also gained new features in this build including the ability to Multi-select bulk actions for drives, volumes, and servers, monitoring storage per-server, and more.
If you’re a member of the Windows Server Insider program, you can download this new build from the Windows Server Insider Preview download page. You can sign up for the program on this page, for wait for the 1809.5 release to become generally available in the coming weeks.