Microsoft released another new Technical Preview release a few days ago with lots of cool features, but I got side-tracked as I struggled to get the console updated using the normal in-built methods. I saw various console upgrade errors including this one, nothing helped.
I read the blog post announcing the 2109 release and while it contains the word ‘console’ 11 times, it didn’t actually state that the console itself wouldn’t upgrade if you were upgrading from TP2108 to TP2109.
And I quote…
Here’s one of those new features, the ability to easily see Status messages shown with >>
Next I took a look at the ability to provide feedback during a wizard, and that;s pretty cool indeed, before this you’d have to take a manual screenshot of the wizard and attach it to the feedback, but now you can send it directly.
If you use the VPN boundary type, you can now match the start of a connection name or description instead of the whole string. Some third-party VPN drivers dynamically create the connection, which starts with a consistent string but also has a unique connection identifier. For example,
Virtual network adapter #19. When you use the Connection name or Connection description options, also use the new Starts with option.
Fun fact, I managed to crash it,