Windows Server 2019 Standard
Microsoft Server 2019 Standard is the middle tier version out of all of three in terms of pricing. However, it is very similar to the most comprehensive version of Windows Server, Datacenter.
This innovative software manages workloads cloud-ready assignments with ease making it ideal for businesses. The standard version is perfect for environments that are physical or virtualized. This means that medium to large businesses with the requirement multiple access to the server. Users have access to great features like server virtualization, web application platforms, virtual desktops, server management and much more.
Sideloading allows Windows Store apps to be installed on Windows machines.
Mobile Device Management
Phones, tablets, and other devices running Windows 10 can be centrally managed by IT. Windows 10 machines can connect to a Mobile Device Management (MDM) server that will enroll and configure the devices and can apply updates and enforce the in-house policies governing usage.
Azure Active Directory Features
Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is Microsoft’s multi-tenant, cloud-based directory and identity management service providing single sign-on access to thousands of SaaS applications like Office365, Salesforce.com, DropBox, and Concur. Microsoft integrates Azure AD with Windows to reduce the number of passwords users will need to remember.
By linking Windows 10 devices to Azure AD, users can sign into Windows using their Azure AD account and password. The same devices can be automatically enrolled in a mobile device management service simultaneously.
Granular UX Control
Allows IT managers to customize and lock down the user interface of a Windows device to restrict the machine to a specific task.
Enterprise Mode Internet Explorer
Older intranet sites often don’t render or behave as intended in more recent browsers. To address this issue, Internet Explorer (IE) 11 introduces Enterprise mode to simulate an experience closer to IE8. This lets newer browser features that could cause errors to be disabled. It also provides tools for management and monitoring of compatibility.
As in Windows 8.1, if Device Encryption is enabled, all drives are automatically encrypted and can only be unlocked by someone with the user account’s password. Device Encryption used BitLocker and 128-bit AES symmetric encryption. It supports a recovery mechanism where the recovery key is stored in Active Directory Domain Services.
Group Policy Management
Like earlier Windows operating systems, Windows 10 physical and virtual machines and devices can be managed using Group Policy settings. This lets IT configure user the computers in your company.