Tag Archives: Windows Server 2019
[German]There is an issue with Hyper-V on Windows Server 2019 (and possibly Windows Server 2016). The Hyper-V platform cannot shut down virtual machines properly.
[German]Brief information for administrators of Windows 10 v1809 clients or Windows Server 2019 instances. There is an issue with the Security Baseline where a newly introduced SystemGuard Launch option can cause to a blank screen when booting a UEFI system.
[German]In Windows Server 2019, administrators might run into unfamiliar issues. In SilentCleanup mode, Disk Cleanup deletes temporary folders referenced in the environment variables %TEMP% or %TMP% .
[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.
Microsoft just announced the final release of the security configuration baseline settings – for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (V1809) and also for Windows Server 2019.
[German]Microsoft has re-released today (Tuesday, November 13, 2018) Windows Server 2019 (and Windows Server 2018 V1809). Here are a few details about that topic.
[German]At the moment everything is going wrong at Microsoft: They have just released Exchange 2019, but the platform (Windows Server 2019) on which this software could run has been withdrawn.
Microsoft has released Windows Server 2019 evaluation to the general public. There is also a draft Security Baseline for Windows 10 V1809 and Windows Server 2019.
Microsoft will offer a core version of Windows Server 2019, which comes without a desktop and is managed via PowerShell and Admin Center. But there is also a desktop version available.