This month sees a host of memory corruption vulnerabilities patched and Intel discovers a new speculative execution side channel flaw.
This month’s Patch Tuesday was a relatively quiet one. Microsoft made a minor update to Spectre v4 patches, issued critical updates only for desktop editions of Windows, and patched three vulnerabilities that had already been publicly disclosed.
In this Ask the Admin, I look at Spectre Variant 4 and whether it will affect performance as its distributed over the coming weeks.
This month, Windows 10 goes on a diet, the April Update is delayed, and Project Honolulu reaches general availability as the Windows Admin Center.
Microsoft is bringing Windows Defender to Chrome via an extension but there are a few things you need to consider before installing the add-on.
This month’s Patch Tuesday fixes 63 CVE vulnerabilities, 17 of which are critical for Windows 10.
Aidan Finn shows you how to access an Azure Windows or Linux virtual machine console using serial access when you can no longer log in using RDP or SSH over the network.
Microsoft has made some major changes to how Windows is organized that will have a profound impact on its future.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains how unauthenticated access to Windows file shares works.
This month, Microsoft patches a remote code execution vulnerability for CredSSP, helps Intel distribute microcode updates to protect against Spectre Variant 2, and Office 2016 gets updated to version 1803.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you how to get started with the Chocolatey package manager for Windows.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you to install modules on your Puppet master and how to open and edit the main site manifest using Secure Shell.
This month is all about Redstone 4, always-connected PCs, and changes to the SKU lineup and licensing.