Microsoft will be updating the current Azure AD Apps and Profile experiences on July 20th 2020. This means that from that data onward your colleagues will be automatically switched over to the updated My Apps and My Account experiences. Note: The updated My Apps and My Account offer the same functionality as the current experiences, … Continue reading "TODO: Enable the new My Apps and My Profile Experiences"
Today, Microsoft rereleased Windows Server 2019 build 10.0.17763.1 to Volume License customers and MSDN subscribers. Downloads from its Evaluation Center and Azure IaaS-based virtual machines running Windows Server 2019 are on the horizon. The following four downloads of Windows Server 2019 are now available: Windows Server 2019 Essentials Windows Server 2019 Windows Server 2019 Language … Continue reading "Important issues in Windows Server 2019 build 10.0.17763.1 (Release Notes)"
With the release of version 13.1 of its BIG-IP software, F5 Networks enables you to make your F5 BIG-IP series appliances and F5 Virtual Edition (VE) appliances to act as ful-fledged Web Application Proxies in combination with Windows Server 2012 R2 and/or Windows Server 2016-based Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) Servers using MS-ADFSPIP. About … Continue reading "Use your F5 BIG-IP Appliance as Full-Fledged AD FS Web Application Proxy"
Last Thursday, Microsoft released version 1.1.647.0 of Azure AD Connect, its free Hybrid Identity bridge product to synchronize objects and their attributes from on-premises Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) environments to Azure Active Directory. At Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft declared Seamless Single Sign-On and Pass-through Authentication features as Generally Available, so the team doubled down … Continue reading "Azure AD Connect v1.1.647.0 fixes Common Issues with Sign-In Methods"
Although in recent discussions people mentioned they’re not that exited anymore about new releases of Windows Server, a new version of this Microsoft product for your datacenter has arrived yesterday. Recently, I discussed the features I was looking forward to a pre-release version of this Windows Server release from an Identity and Access Management (IAM) … Continue reading "Windows Server version 1709 is now available for download"
Veeam released its free Agent for Microsoft Windows (version 184.108.40.2060). I’ve been using the Beta of the agent for a couple of months and the more I used it and the more I read on why Veeam introduced this tool, and how it fits into Veeam’s current technology and strategy, the more I want to … Continue reading "The Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows Free is amazing. Let me tell you why."
Last week, Microsoft released a new version of Azure AD Connect, dubbed version 1.1.380.0, that contains a bug fix that is especially applicable to organizations using Azure AD Connect in a networking environment consisting of multiple Active Directory domains and/or Active Directory Forests. What’s New In this build of Azure AD Connect, an issue … Continue reading "Version 1.1.380.0 of Azure AD Connect fixes a bug in multi-domain scenarios"
As announced on July 25, today, Microsoft’s new Microsoft Authenticator app replaces both its Azure Authenticator and Microsoft Account app as the one easy-to-use app for all your multi-factor authentication needs. Now, I’m not sure whether Microsoft will use the above slogan for the app, but to me it sums up what this new app … Continue reading "Microsoft Authenticator – One easy-to-use app for all your multi-factor authentication needs"
At the heart of the Microsoft Cloud Platform, Windows Server brings Microsoft’s experience delivering global-scale cloud services into your infrastructure. Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5 provides a wide range of new and enhanced features and capabilities spanning server virtualization, storage, software-defined networking, server management and automation, web and application platform, access and information protection, … Continue reading "Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5 build 14300 is available"
Microsoft is working on the next version of Windows Server, dubbed Windows Server 2016. Today, while at Experts Live 2015, Microsoft released the fourth Technical Preview (TP4) of it. About Windows Server 2016 TP4 Windows Server 2016 is the successor to Windows Server 2012 R2, which was released in September 2013. Windows Server 2016 … Continue reading "Windows Server 2016 TP4 is here!"