Windows 11 / Windows Server 2025 is (possibly) getting sudo - finally

Started by travis, Jan 31, 2024, 09:22 PM

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travis

It looks like Windows is finally getting the sudo command... 44 years after UNIX already had it. Better late than never, right?

Quote from: WindowsLatest.comMicrosoft is testing native Sudo command support for Windows 11. The support for native "Sudo" command was spotted in a leaked Windows Server preview build, accidentally published to the Windows Update servers over the weekend.
I just want to point out that while the article keeps saying "Windows 11", they're showing screenshots of Windows Server 2025. So will sudo be coming to Windows 11 or will it just be reserved for Server? I think we're just going to have to wait and see. Knowing Microsoft, I see this being a "Server-only" feature. But I guess we'll see.

Article: https://www.windowslatest.com/2024/02/01/first-look-windows-11-is-getting-native-macos-or-linux-like-sudo-command/ 
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