Category Archives: Microsoft Windows 10

Identity-related sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2017 in Orlando

Microsoft Ignite 2017 North America in Orlando is only a few weeks away and many of us have begun filling their session builder with interesting sessions, corresponding to their interests and knowledge. I decided to compile a list of the Active Directory, Azure Active Directory, Graph, Group Policy  and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EM+S) related […]

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Pictures of the April 2017 IT Pro User Group at Microsoft Hrvatska in Zagreb

Last April, I was invited by the Microsoft IT Pro User Group to present a 75 minute session on Azure AD Join at Microsoft Croatia’s Headquarters in Zagreb. Since I was spending some time in the region between Microsoft Bosnia and Hergovina’s Network event and the Croatian WinDays, I had no trouble finding the place. […]

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I’m speaking at WinDays 17

In 2015, I presented two sessions at WinDays XV. Last year, I presented to sessions at WinDays 16. This year, it feels like it’s becoming a habit for me to present two sessions at WinDays: I’m speaking at WinDays 17 at the Valamar Isabella Island Resort in Poreč, Croatia.   About WinDays WinDays, the largest […]

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I’m delivering a session at Microsoft Hrvatska in Zagreb this Monday

Romeo Mlinar, my friend and Hyper-V MVP from Croatia, asked me to speak at the Microsoft IT Pro User Group Zagreb at Microsoft Hrvatska on Monday evening April 24, 2017. Since I’m in Croatia and Bosnia for Microsoft NetWork/7 anyway, I might as well make myself useful. I’m delivering a 75-minute session on: Join Windows […]

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I’m an organizer of Ngi-NGN’s Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 event

Regular readers know I’ve been associated with the Dutch Networking User Group (Ngi-NGN) for almost seven years now. I’ve been speaking at their events, been a regular at their planning meetings and have helped others achieve the same goal as their Speaker Coach in the past.   About Ngi-NGN Ngi-NGN is the organization that was […]

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Security Thoughts: Update for Windows Authentication Methods (KB3178465, MS16-101, CVE-2016-3237, CVE-2016-3300, Important)

Yesterday, during its August Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released security update KB3178465 for Windows Authentication Methods, among other security-related updates. This update addresses two vulnerabilities in Microsofts implementation of its authentication methods in Active Directory scenarios: CVE-2016-3237 and CVE-2016-3300.   About the vulnerabilities Microsoft Kerberos Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability (CVE-2016-3237) A security feature bypass vulnerability exists […]

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I’ll be speaking at ITPROceed 2016

Three years ago, Adnan Hendricks and I attended the Belgian Community Day. Since then, this event has transformed into IT PROceed. Last year, at the second edition of ITPROceed, I presented on the Ten most common mistakes when deploying AD FS and Hybrid Identity in the Transform the Datacenter track. This year, I’m invited back […]

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KnowledgeBase: The user name and password box might not appear on the sign-in screen in Windows 10 Technical Preview

Yesterday, Microsoft issued a new Knowledgebase article for the brave people, like you ant me, that run Windows 10 Technical Preview, build 10041. It fixes a bug where the user name and password box might not appear on the sign-in screen.   The situation You run the 32bit (x86) version of Windows 10 Technical Preview […]

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Running downlevel VMs on Windows 10 Hyper-V? Update the Integration Components

I’m seeing lots of people adopting the Technical Previews of Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 around me, and running Virtual Machines (VMs) on the built-in Hyper-V hypervisor seems to be among the scenarios tested thoroughly. Microsoft has issued a KnowledgeBase article detailing an update in the Integration Components (ICs) for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, […]

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Video: Join the Virtualized!

Windows 10 brings a huge change when it comes to joining the trusted environment. How does the virtualization of the join change the security paradigm that we got so used to over the past decade. What happens to single sign-on and management of the workplace? Where are the new boundaries of the virtualized territory? How […]

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