Microsoft has released the Server 2019 Preview version as well as the Project Honolulu Technical Preview version in the Windows Insider Program.
What is Microsoft Project Honolulu?
Microsoft’s Project Honolulu is a web-based Windows Server Management program that allows you to centrally manage all administrative tools on a server. With MS Honolulu, you can manage all your networked servers from a single location via a browser.
Once you have installed Honolulu program, you will see the main screen showing the hardware components and resource usage on the server. When you connect to Honolulu application, you will see that the Internet Explorer browser is not supported. That’s why Honolulu application supports Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers.
Because Microsoft’s Honolulu project supports HTML5, you will be able to manage your servers from a single browser over the Internet.
Once you have registered for the Insider program, you can follow the steps below to download Microsoft Honolulu.
In the Windows Insider Program interface, scroll down the scroll bar.
To download Honolulu software, click on Technical Preview 1803 version.
Honolulu app for Server 2019 will begin downloading as follows. Finally, make sure that the name and extension of the program are HonoluluTechnicalPreview1803.msi.
How to Install MS Honolulu in Windows Server 2019 ⇒ Video
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In this article, we have reviewed how to download Project Honolulu, Microsoft’s free program for Server 2019 Technical Preview. In the next article, we will discuss the steps to install Honolulu on the server.