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    Windows 365, Microsoft suspends free trials for too many requests

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    But it looks like Microsoft has underestimated the demand for free trials and ran out of capacity quickly, since, as Bleeping Computer reports, when you try to start a server's free trial period, you will get an error message saying the offer is not available.



    "Following significant demand, we have reached capacity for Windows 365 trial versions." Microsoft says on the Windows 365 page. "Sign up to be notified when evaluations resume or buy now."

    Scott ManchesterMicrosoft's director of program management, Windows 365, confirmed that Microsoft has suspended the free trial program while it is working to add more capacity.

    We have seen unbelievable response to #Windows365 and need to pause our free trial program while we provision additional capacity. Sign up below to get notified when trials resume. https://t.co/Q05C7cBWMh

    — Scott Manchester (@RDS4U) August 3, 2021

    If you want to use the trial version of Windows 365, you can then sign up for Windows 365 and be notified when free trials are available again. It's unclear when Microsoft will resume its free trial offer, although it's obvious that the company will prioritize its paid offers over free trials.



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