Windows Admin Center (formerly “Project Honolulu”) is the future of server management. It’s a locally deployed, browser-based GUI management solution that lets IT administrators manage Windows servers, failover clusters, hyper-converged clusters and Windows 10 machines from a simplified and integrated UI experience.  WAC 1809 is designed to eventually replace management consoles (MMCs)

Windows Admin Center 1809 Reaches General Availability

This week’s Ignite conference will see lots of announcements from Microsoft. But before the week even got started, Microsoft announced that version 1809 of the Windows Admin Center and Software Development Kit (SDK) had reached general availability, ready to support Windows Server 2019. Windows Admin Center (WAC) is a web-based GUI management tool for Windows Server. Microsoft is investing heavily in WAC and it is likely that it will replace the management consoles (MMCs) that have been part of the OS since Windows 2000.