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Core Network Stack Features in the Creators Update for Windows 10

By: Praveen Balasubramanian and Daniel Havey This blog is the sequel to our first Windows Core Networking features announcements post. It describes the second wave of core networking features in the Windows Redstone series. The first wave of features is ... continue reading

HTTPS Client Certificate Request freezes when the Server is handling a large PUT/POST Request

HTTPS Client Certificate Request freezes when the Server is handling a large PUT/POST Request There is a class of problems that may occur when using client-side certificates in HTTPS. Sometimes, the server’s request for a client certificate will freeze (until ... continue reading
Monitoring Large DPM Deployments with SCOM

Monitoring Large DPM Deployments with SCOM

DPM can backup a variety of workloads as SQL, SharePoint, Exchange, Hyper-V VMs, File Servers, among others. One way to monitor the DPM servers centrally is using SCOM. In this blog, our guest, John Joyner, talks about leveraging Central Console ... continue reading
New ransomware, old techniques: Petya adds worm capabilities

New ransomware, old techniques: Petya adds worm capabilities

(Note: We have published a follow-up blog entry on this ransomware attack. We have new findings from our continued investigation, as well as platform mitigation and protection information: Windows 10 platform resilience against the Petya ransomware attack.) On June 27, ... continue reading

WannaCrypt attacks: guidance for Operations Management Suite customers

Strengthening the security posture of your infrastructure is critical in protecting against evolving cyber threats. The following steps are recommended to safeguard your resources against the recent WannaCrypt ransomware attack: This recent WannaCrypt malware exploits a Service Message Block (SMB) ... continue reading
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WannaCrypt ransomware worm targets out-of-date systems

On May 12, 2017 we detected a new ransomware that spreads like a worm by leveraging vulnerabilities that have been previously fixed. While security updates are automatically applied in most computers, some users and enterprises may delay deployment of patches ... continue reading

Windows network performance suffering from bad buffering

Daniel Havey, Praveen Balasubramanian Windows telemetry results have indicated that a significant number of data connections are using the SO_RCVBUF and/or the SO_SNDBUF winsock options to statically allocate TCP buffers. There are many websites that recommend setting the TCP buffers ... continue reading
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#Microsoft OMS Service Map for Hybrid IT Management #MSOMS #Azure #Linux #HybridCloud

Service Map in #MSOMS automatically builds a common reference map of dependencies across your servers, processes, and third-party services. It discovers and maps all TCP dependencies, identifying surprise connections, remote third-party systems you depend on, and dependencies to traditional dark ... continue reading
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Windows Server 2016 Setting port priority Adjusting the Network #Protocol Bindings multiple networks #winserv

When building complex network configurations with Server 2016 you will need to adjust sometimes configuration settings that are not that easily to change in the GUI. Suppose I have a big S2D cluster Or a NLB farm In this configuration ... continue reading