Configuration Management on Servers

Nano Server is a remotely administered headless server operating system optimized for private clouds and datacenters. Nano Server is significantly physically smaller than Server Core, has no local logon capability and only supports 64-bit applications, tools and agents. As we prepare to release Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5, I wanted to provide more information …

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New enhancements to #AzureAD Domain Services

Howdy folks, Today we’re announcing a cool set of enhancements to Azure AD Domain Services (AAD DS). With > 3500 customers already actively using this new service (while it’s still in preview!), AAD DS has been a unexpected hit. Those customers have given us a lot of helpful feedback and today we’re announcing some new …

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Group Policy Security Compliance with PowerShell

Last year we shipped the Group Policy Compliance Manager (GPCM) product–our enterprise compliance reporting solution for Group Policy. Today we are releasing a new PowerShell module to go along… The post Group Policy Security Compliance with PowerShell appeared first on SDM Software | Group Policy Management & Administration Tools. from SDM Software | Group Policy Management & …

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What you need to know about KB3148812

This update introduces two changes that require additional manual steps in order to complete the installation: those who installed it right away had a bit of a panic because the guidance was not yet published.  We try not to require post-update manual effort whenever possible, and unfortunately in this case it was unavoidable.  This post …

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The Importance of KB2871997 and KB2928120 for Credential Protection

Hello, my name is Paul Bergson and this is my first time writing a blog for AskPFEPlat. I am a platforms PFE in the Premier division of Microsoft. If my name looks familiar, it could be because I spent about 10 years in TechNet’s Directory Service Forum as an MVP and Moderator (pbbergs). I wanted… …

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