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Copilot is not available or is opening Edge. GeographicRegionFailed #AI #Copilot #edge

Already for some time I was a happy user of Copilot. I used some restrictions bypass as Copilot was not enabled for some regions. Suddely My copilot shortcut opens edge What and yes there is copilot but annoying What does Copilot say ? Region restrictions for Copilot can be a significant hurdle for users in […]

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An Enterprise Design for Azure Machine Learning – An Architect’s Viewpoint

1. Problem Statement Many Organisations want to create enterprise data science capability. The goals can include unlocking value from their data assets, reducing cost, and driving customer engagement. While many organisations have an initial capability, challenges can arise while “scaling and industrialization” into an enterprise service. This Point-of-view provides an opinionated design for a “fit

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Windows Server 2025 vs 2022: Detailed Overview

Windows Server 2025 represents the next evolution of Microsoft’s server operating system, aiming to enhance security, performance, scalability, and IT infrastructure management. This blog post will provide a detailed comparison of Windows Server 2025 and its predecessor, Windows Server 2022. Windows Server 2022: A Recap Windows Server 2022 is built on the strong foundation of

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Azure Firewall: Comprehensive Comparison & Best Practices

Azure Firewall, a managed, cloud-based network security service, is an essential component of Azure’s security offerings. It comes in three different versions – Basic, Standard, and Premium – each designed to cater to a wide range of customer use cases and preferences. This blog post will provide a comprehensive comparison of these versions, discuss best

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Get end-to-end protection with Microsoft’s unified security operations platform, now in public preview

Today, I am excited to announce the public preview of our unified security operations platform. When we announced a limited preview in November 2023, it was one of the first security operations center platforms that brought together the full capabilities of an industry-leading cloud-native security information and event management (SIEM), comprehensive extended detection and response

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How Microsoft Incident Response and Microsoft Defender for Identity work together to detect and respond to cyberthreats

Identity-based cyberthreats are on the rise. 2023 saw a tenfold increase in threats including phishing, ransomware, and more.1 And bad actors continue to evolve their techniques—making them more sophisticated, more overwhelming, and more believable. From an employee’s viewpoint, every ping, click, swipe, buzz, ding, text, and tap takes time and attention—which can add up to

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Defend against human-operated ransomware attacks with Microsoft Copilot for Security​​

Organizations everywhere are seeing an increase in human-operated ransomware threats, with Microsoft’s own telemetry showing a 200% increase in threats since September 2022.1 When an entire organization is attacked, they need every advantage they can get to protect against skilled, coordinated cyber threats. The availability of Microsoft Copilot for Security, brings SecOps teams a new

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Stop Worrying and Love the Outage, Vol II: DCs, custom ports, and Firewalls/ACLs

This is the first article in a series: Stop Worrying and Love the Outage, Vol I: Group Policy and Sharing Violations Stop Worrying and Love the Outage, Vol II: DCs, custom ports, and Firewalls/ACLs Hello, it’s Chris Cartwright from the Directory Services support team again.  This is the second entry in a series where I

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How SQL developers can maximize savings

Whether you build applications for SQL Server on-premises or in Azure, there are several options for you to develop or test for free, or with substantial cost savings. Some of these options you may be familiar with, but this post will help explain details and answer some questions Microsoft often gets to provide you a

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Lightbits for Azure VMware Solution

As users of Azure VMware Solution, we most likely will come across a time where we need to add storage and not necessarily need more compute from an additional host.  Lightbits is another option in the Azure Marketplace to add storage that will scale and run storage intensive apps. What is Lightbits? Lightbits is storage

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