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How Axonius integrates with Microsoft to help customers solve the cybersecurity asset management challenge

How Axonius integrates with Microsoft to help customers solve the cybersecurity asset management challenge

Despite the amazing and futuristic progression of technologies in cybersecurity, it’s still incredibly hard to answer the most basic of questions like: how many assets do I have, and do they adhere to my security policy? Somewhere along the line, ... continue reading
The evolution of Microsoft Threat Protection—July update

The evolution of Microsoft Threat Protection—July update

Modern security teams need to proactively, efficiently, and effectively hunt for threats across multiple attack vectors. To address this need, today we’re excited to give you a glimpse of a new threat hunting capability coming soon to Microsoft Threat Protection ... continue reading

Microsoft’s Threat & Vulnerability Management now helps thousands of customers to discover, prioritize, and remediate vulnerabilities in real time

I’m excited to announce that Microsoft’s Threat & Vulnerability Management solution is generally available as of June 30! We have been working closely with customers for more than a year to incorporate their real needs and feedback to better address ... continue reading
Say No to Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC)

Say No to Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC)

First published on TECHNET on Jun 11, 2018Hello, my name is Greg Nottage and I am a Consultant with the Windows and Devices team in the UK.I often work with customers who are in the process of transitioning to Windows ... continue reading
Support Tip: Configuring workloads in a co-managed environment

Support Tip: Configuring workloads in a co-managed environment

If you manage Windows 10 devices with both Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune using co-management, Intune Support Engineer Betty Jia just posted a great article over on our Intune Customer Success blog that you'll want to take a look at ... continue reading
Lost in Translation?

Lost in Translation?

Configuration Manager is localized and released in eighteen server languages and twenty-two client languages. As we implement new features in each update release, new user interface (UI) elements are created and new strings are added and translated into our localized ... continue reading
BranchCache – Part 3 Caching! Understanding the options

BranchCache – Part 3 Caching! Understanding the options

Hello everyone, here is part 3 of our series focusing on caching and Configuration Manager current branch. This series is recorded by @Steve Rachui, a Microsoft principal premier field engineer. This session focuses on the Configuration Manager integration with Windows ... continue reading
ConfigMgr DRS Synchronization Internals

ConfigMgr DRS Synchronization Internals

Hi Folks, If you are managing a hierarchy for sometime and dealt with Replication issues before; I assume you would have an understanding of the DRS Initialization process. If you feel you need some guidance then refer: ConfigMgr 2012 DRS ... continue reading
Peer Caching and OSD – Part 2 Caching! Understanding the options

Peer Caching and OSD – Part 2 Caching! Understanding the options

Hello everyone, here is part 2 of a series focusing on caching and Configuration Manager current branch. This series is recorded by @Steve Rachui, a Microsoft principal premier field engineer. This session focuses on peer cache functionality build into Configuration ... continue reading
Step-By-Step: Creating a SQL Server Always On Availability Group

Step-By-Step: Creating a SQL Server Always On Availability Group

One of the most requested features in SQL, from as far back as SQL 2012, has been Always On Availability Groups. This takes disaster recovery and high availability to a new level by enabling multiple copies of the database to ... continue reading