Monday, 30 October 2017 10:37

The Case of Mysterious MDT Boot Loop

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I haven't blogged the last couple of days because I was busy answering questions on TechNet. A couple of posts ago I talked about the importance of spending some quality time on TechNet as it may bring interesting cases to your attention. Today, I would like to highlight one of these cases in hopes that someone from the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Team team is out there listening.

Thursday, 26 October 2017 12:25

Microsoft Edge: Taking Control

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (1709) includes a number of enhancements over the previous Windows 10 release in various areas. You can see a detailed list of the changes here. Each major new version of Windows 10 also includes dramatic changes to Microsoft Edge, including a number of performance, security, and compatibility improvements. In addition, Microsoft continues to improve management capabilities for Microsoft Edge in an Enterprise deployment scenario.

Monday, 23 October 2017 13:20

Windows 10 1709 Built-In Apps: What to Keep

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As a reader of this blog, I suspect that most of you are already starting to work with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (1709). As part of that process, you are probably taking a look at provisioned apps - most likely you want to ensure that only a choice selection of apps is being installed, whenever a user logs on either for the first time or after installing a feature update on a Windows 10 computer, because app installation directly impacts logon time.

Sunday, 22 October 2017 18:44

Thoughts on the TPM Vulnerability ADV170012

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In a desperate effort to make this blog post worth reading and not go through the indignity of having to write about Windows 10 1709, I have turned to the headline-generating festival currently ongoing on the net: the vulnerability in Trusted Platform Module (TPM) produced by Infineon Technologies AG which could allow security feature bypass.

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