Category Archives: Virtualization
[German]Oracle’s developers released Virtualbox version 6.0.2 on January 15, 2019. It is a maintenance release which provides bugfixes for the virtualization software.
[German]New day, new problem: Microsoft probably released the old update KB971033 again the night before. As it looks, Windows 7 is no longer activated after installing the update and is reported as not genuine. Addendum: It’s related to Windows 7 … Continue reading
[German]The developers of Virtualbox released version 6.0 on December 18, 2018. It is a major release which provides new features in the virtualization solution.
[German]VMware has released security updates for its virtualization products VMware Workstation Pro, VMware Player, VMware ESXi and VMware Fusion.
Support for Windows 7 SP1 will expire in January 2017. However, Microsoft offers enterprise customers the option of continuing to use Windows 7 via Windows Virtual Desktop on Microsoft Azure.
With the release of Docker Enterprise 2.1, the developers of Docker container technology plan to introduce a program for migrating Windows Server applications.
[German]Oracle has released an update for the virtualization solution Virtualbox on November 9, 2018. This updates VirtualBox to version 5.2.22. But it’s unclear, whether a 0-day vulnerability in previous builds has been fixed.
Bad news messages for users of the Oracle virtualization solution Virtualbox up to version 5.2.20. There is a 0-day vulnerability in the E1000 network component. Unfortunately, an exploit for this vulnerability has also become public. So if you use Virtualbox, … Continue reading
The developers have released on October 16, 2018 an update for Virtualbox, the virtualization solution from Oracle. This update upgrades VirtualBox to version 5.2.20.
At Ignite 2018 Microsoft announced the ‘Windows Virtual Desktop’: virtual machines with Windows and Office running on Microsoft Azure. How Microsoft imagines Office in Virtual Desktop environments has been demonstrated in a session at the Ignite.