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Microsoft recently released the fourth technical preview of Windows Server 2016 and, as part of this update, the company has unveiled several changes to System Center 2016.
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The final version of Windows Server 2016 is slated for release in the second half of 2016. Because we are still in preview mode, some of these System Center 2016 features are subject to change. But so far, Microsoft gave updates to Data Protection Manager (DPM), Operations Manager (OM) and Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) components in Technical Preview 4 (TP4). Certain features of previous versions of System Center, such as Server App-V support, have been removed from the TP4 release.
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