When will KSR Kernel Soft Reboot be supported on Windows Server (not HCI) ?

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This feature is incredibly useful, why limiting it to ASHCI ?

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KSR is an exclusive feature in preview for upcoming Azure Stack HCI 21H2 release. Given the tight hardware dependencies we are limiting the release to even just a subset of AzS HCI. No plans to expand at this time, we will evaluate as hardware support expands.
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