Upon downloading and moving the Windows 10 Group Policy Administrative Templates to my Central Store, I started receiving an error when I would edit a GPO.
Microsoft Office 2016, released to Volume License customers yesterday, includes the familiar Office Customization Tool.
The Department of Defense began enforcing size limits on mailboxes with the deadline today.
Before yesterday’s alarming “test update” came through Windows Update, I encountered another Windows Update issue on Windows 8.1.
I was cleaning up old, unused Group Policy Objects recently and came across two that could not be deleted.
Microsoft released the newest version for the Remote Server Administration Tools that allow you to manage Active Directory, Group Policy, and other server-based tools.
Microsoft has released the final version of the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Update 1.
Microsoft delayed the Microsoft Virtual Academy event Preparing your Enterprise for Windows 10 as a Service to next week. One of the ways to prepare your enterprise for Windows 10 is to configure the new Group Policy settings.
Adobe managed to push out more than just updates to Adobe Flash Player, Shockwave Player, and Adobe Acrobat Reader recently.
On Windows 8/8.1 and Server 2012/2012 R2, you might encounter the message popping up: “Windows Update needs your help: Windows Update hasn’t been able to check for new updates for the last 30 days. Go to Windows Update to resolve this issue.”
One of the nice things about Group Policy Preferences is that it has a framework built-in to allow logic to decide when a Preference is applied.
LAPS is not something that can be implemented with a simple install but will require some planning and communication but the benefit looks to be a solution a long-time coming.