Do you use Windows Servers?

ScalaHosting offers Windows Server 2019 Standard as an Operating System (OS) option for our self-managed Virtual Private Server (VPS) plans. You may choose which OS you wish pre-installed when signing up for your VPS hosting plan.

Selecting Windows Server on ScalaHosting VPS

  • Step 1. On the ScalaHosting website, hover your mouse over the “Hosting” option on the top navigation bar, then click on “Self-managed Cloud VPS.”
  • Step 2. Click the “Getting Started” button under the plan you wish to purchase.
  • Step 3. On the “Configure your SSD Cloud VPS” screen, scroll down to the “Customize your server” section.
  • Step 4. Click the dropdown menu under the “OS” field and select “Windows 2019 Standard.” Due to licensing, additional charges apply if you choose Windows as your OS.

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You can then configure the remainder of your VPS plan before clicking the “Continue” button and completing your purchase.

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