Even though Microsoft’s Identity focus moves towards the cloud, they are not forgetting their on-premises roots. Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019 still receive updates. Additionally, Windows Server 2022 received its first share of updates, last month. These are the Identity-related updates and fixes we saw for September 2021: Windows Server 2016 We … Continue reading "On-premises Identity-related updates and fixes for September 2021"
Just as there are no Windows Server 2019 Forest Functional Level (FFL) or Windows Server 2019 Domain Functional Level (DFL), there are no Windows Server 2022 FFL or DFL either in Microsoft Windows Server’s Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). Impact The unavailability of the Windows Server 2022 Forest Functional Level (FFL) and Windows … Continue reading "KnowledgeBase: The Windows Server 2022 Active Directory DFL and FFL do not exist"
Windows Server 2022 is the next release in the Long-term servicing channel (LTSC) for Windows Server. It introduces advanced multilayer security, hybrid capabilities with Azure and a flexible application platform. It is now available for MSDN subscribers, VLSC customers and in Azure IaaS. What's New As part of this release, Windows Server is getting secured-core … Continue reading "Windows Server 2022 is now available"