Test your apps on Windows Server 2022 with Test Base for Microsoft 365

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Are you looking to validate your applications on Microsoft’s latest Windows Server release? Test Base for Microsoft 365 can help you validate your apps and workloads against the new Windows Server 2022 product.

On Test Base for Microsoft 365, you can have your applications validated against upcoming Windows updates. So, if you are a software vendor or test engineer looking to confirm the compatibility of your applications with upcoming security update releases for Windows Server 2022 or its Server Core version, simply upload your application to our Azure cloud test environment and start testing today!

Not sure how to get started? Check out the step-by-step guide below to find out how to opt in your app for testing.

Not yet using Test Base for Microsoft 365? Sign up today to start using our service.

Upload an application for testing against Windows Server 2022

To get started with validating your applications against pre-release security updates for Windows Server 2022 operating systems on Test Base for Microsoft 365, log on to our self-service onboarding portal.

From the left-side navigation menu, select Upload new package under Package catalog and fill out the Test details:

  1. Select Security updates as the OS update type:

    Selecting the OS update type in the Test Base for Microsoft 365 serviceSelecting the OS update type in the Test Base for Microsoft 365 service

    Note: We do not support feature update testing for Windows Server at this time.

  2. Under OS versions to test, select Windows Server 2022 and/or the Server Core version. You can also select other applicable Windows Server OS versions or a combination of server and client OS versions.

    Note: If you select to test your application against both server and client products, please make sure that the app is compatible and can run seamlessly on both.

    Selecting the OS versions for which testing should occurSelecting the OS versions for which testing should occur
  3. Provide other required information, review the details provided, and upload your application package. After uploading, you can view package status on the Manage packages menu tab.
  4. To view test results and app insights from the validation of your application against pre-release security updates for Windows Server 2022, go to the Test summary page or the Security update results page.

    Locating test summaries and security update results in Test Base for Microsoft 365Locating test summaries and security update results in Test Base for Microsoft 365

We are continuously gathering and collaborating on feedback to prioritize and improve on the future for Test Base. Email us at testbasepreview@microsoft.com, we look forward to hearing your feedback and comments!

Join the Test Base community

If you are interested in onboarding your applications to Test Base, please sign up today.

We are actively engaging with application developers and enterprise customers now to add more value and help solve additional use cases. We would also like to invite you to come join us on the new Test Base for Microsoft 365 community on Tech Community so you can share your experiences and connect with others using the service.

 

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