RSAT is one of those “must haves” for server management and scripting. It just makes work easier.
I early tested Windows 10 and there was a great deal of complaining when the preview release of RSAT stopped working. I even expressed concern over this and promptly reserved a survey about what I thought of the new look. They probably just “rolled their eyes” when I responded with I don’t care about “eye candy” when RSAT doesn’t work.
Microsoft’s response was it would be a couple weeks after RTM. Sounds hopeful but they tend to align RSAT with the server release.
Will this be the case or does a couple of weeks in Microsoft speak mean next year?
Rather annoying and it does give thought to downgrading back to Windows 8.
RSAT was released with the preview of 2016. Things are right in the Powershell universe again.