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Changes to Ticket-Granting Ticket (TGT) Delegation Across Trusts in Windows Server (CIS edition)

Hello Everyone! Allen Sudbring here, Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft. Today I'm putting a post out to get some critical information to everyone who supports Windows Server and Active Directory Domain Services. If you haven’t seen the KB article that ... continue reading
How NOT to test the Windows Time Service

How NOT to test the Windows Time Service

Hi Everybody, Dan Cuomo back to talk about testing the Windows Time service for High Accuracy time. The Windows Time service has grown exponentially during our last couple releases. In “the old days” time was merely an enabler to Active ... continue reading
Tough Questions Answered: Can I disable RC4 Etype for Kerberos on Windows 10?

Tough Questions Answered: Can I disable RC4 Etype for Kerberos on Windows 10?

Today I want to share with you a direct experience from the field. One customer received from the security team the request to disable the RC4 ETYPE (Encryption Type) for Kerberos for the windows 10 Clients, so the support team ... continue reading
New File Share Witness Feature in Windows Server 2019

New File Share Witness Feature in Windows Server 2019

First published on MSDN on Apr 16, 2018 One of the quorum models for Failover Clustering is the ability to use a file share as a witness resource. As a recap, the File Share Witness is designated a vote in ... continue reading
Live Migration via Constrained Delegation with Kerberos in Windows Server 2016

Live Migration via Constrained Delegation with Kerberos in Windows Server 2016

First published on TECHNET on Feb 01, 2017 Introduction Many Hyper-V customers have run into new challenges when trying to use constrained delegation with Kerberos to Live Migrate VMs in Windows Server 2016. When attempting to migrate, they would see ... continue reading
How to Switch a Failover Cluster to a New Domain

How to Switch a Failover Cluster to a New Domain

First published on MSDN on Jan 09, 2018 This blog discusses a new feature in the upcoming release of Windows Server 2019. Currently, Windows Insiders receive current builds of Server 2019. We urge you to become an Insider and play ... continue reading
Configuration Manager: ‘The encryption type requested is not supported by the KDC’ Error When Running Reports

Configuration Manager: ‘The encryption type requested is not supported by the KDC’ Error When Running Reports

Introduction Hello, my name is Richard McIver and I’m a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft specializing in System Center Configuration Manager. I was recently working with a customer who suddenly started receiving a strange KDC error when attempting to run ... continue reading
Tick Tock: Time to Dive Deep!

Tick Tock: Time to Dive Deep!

Looking at the Windows Time process and configuration there and back again As last we met, I am Tim Medina Sr PFE with Microsoft and we are coming to a conclusion of our three-part journey in time. First we took ... continue reading
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Upgrading and what is new in Windows Server 2019 Clustering #winserv #RunWS2019 #WindowsServer2019

This blog post is the first of a series on Windows Server 2019. #MSIgnite is coming and there will be a lot of new features coming. So in preparation I’ll show you what is changed and how to build things ... continue reading
Building Zero Trust networks with Microsoft 365

Building Zero Trust networks with Microsoft 365

The traditional perimeter-based network defense is obsolete. Perimeter-based networks operate on the assumption that all systems within a network can be trusted. However, todays increasingly mobile workforce, the migration towards public cloud services, and the adoption of Bring Your Own ... continue reading
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