Microsoft is planning on finalizing the RTM builds of Windows Server 2011 by March 30th.
In Feb, this year, Microsoft released a release candidate for Windows Home Server 2011 (Code Name “Vail”). Microsoft describes its Server OS as “Affordable and easy-to-use and the ideal solution to help families keep their important digital files and PC’s automatically backed up, organized, and accessible.”
“Microsoft is now reported compiling the final RTM Escrow bits of the “Colorado” server lineup, which includes Windows Home Server 2011 (codename “Vail”), Windows Small Business Server 2011 (codename “Aurora”), and Windows Storage Server 2011 (codename “Breckenridge”). Microsoft plans to finalize the RTM builds of the “Colorado” family of products by March 30th,” reports Geeksmack.
Microsoft recently upset the community by removing an anticipated features of the Server OS called Drive Extender. This feature is set to make a come back via an add-in.
According to Zukona, Microsoft plans to finalize the RTM builds of the “Colorado” family of products come March 30th, which is a plausible date given that RTM Escrow builds are being compiled. Early last month, Microsoft released the final RC bits of the “Colorado” family to the public.