Category Archives: Windows
The CredSSP error has been addressed in May 2018 with some updates (see for instance kb4103723). Now I received a comment from a German user, claiming, that uninstalling December 2018 updates is causing issues with Remote Desktop Server connection. An … Continue reading
[German]Administrators in enterprise environment should update Windows Server urgently, as a vulnerability has been found in the DNS system that has existed since at least 2012.
[German]As of December 11, 2018 (Patchday), Microsoft has released additional updates for Internet Explorer, Windows Server, etc. In this blog post the respective patches are added, which are not included in the remaining posts linked at the end of the … Continue reading
[German]As of December 11 (second Tuesday of the month, patchday at Microsoft), several cumulative updates have been released for the supported Windows 10 builds. Here are some details about each update.
[German]On December 11, 2018, Microsoft released various (security) updates for Windows 7 SP1 and other updates for Windows 8.1 as well as the corresponding server versions. Here is an overview of these updates.
Microsoft has not only released the Insider Preview Build 18298 in Fast Ring (see Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18298). Today also the older Insider Preview Build 18290 of Windows 10 was released as ISO file.
[German]As of December 11, 2018, Microsoft released several security updates for Windows clients and servers, Office, etc. Below is a compact overview of these updates and some notes.
Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18298 in Fast Ring. It is the 19H1 development branch, which will be released in spring 2019.
[German]It seems there is a strange issue within Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019. Sometimes NTFS permissions are getting removed for a parent folder, if a subfolder is deleted.
[German]There is a new variable _SMSTSLastActionName in SCCM 1810, which can be used to query the name of the last action in SCCM task sequences. This can be very helpful when checking for errors.