Encryption

Step-By-Step: Creating an Azure Point-to-Site VPN

Site-to-Site VPN is the most common method organizations use to connect on-premises network to Azure vNet. This VPN connection is initiated in your edge firewall or router level. But what if you connecting from remote location such as home? We can use point-to-site method to do that. In this method it will use certificates to […]

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Secure Credentials with Self-Signed Certificates for PowerShell Scripts

First published on TECHNET on Jan 14, 2019 Hello everyone, I’m Preston K. Parsard, specializing in Platforms, Azure Infrastructure and Automation topics, and I’d like to share some insights for securing PowerShell credentials using certificates. This post is based on a recent customer project, but we’ll also wrap a story around it on behalf of

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Windows Defender ATP has protections for USB and removable devices

Meet Jimmy. Jimmy is an employee in your company. He Does Things With Computers (official title). Last Wednesday, as Jimmy got out of his car after parking in the company-owned parking lot, he saw something on the ground. That “something” is a 512GB USB flash drive! Jimmy picks up the drive, whistling along to himself

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Application approval improvements in ConfigMgr 1810

Thank you for all the feedback on the improvements to application approvals and faster software installation in Configuration Manager 1806. We have added several new improvements in Configuration Manager current branch 1810.  Machine-based pre-approved requests Beginning with the Configuration Manager current branch 1810 release, you can use the CreateApprovedRequest API to create a pre-approved request

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PowerShell Basics: Finding Your Way in the PowerShell Console

For me, one of the most important features of PowerShell is the ability to find all the answers you need in the shell. From the early days, PowerShell has included commands for finding cmdlets and functions within the shell including Get-Command. Get-Command is one of the three most well-known PowerShell commands, Get-Help and Get-Member being

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Step-By-Step: Setting up AD FS and Enabling Single Sign-On to Office 365

This post will walk you through a typical highly available setup into Office 365. Ideally this server will be installed as virtual servers on multiple Hyper-V hosts. Think about redundancy, not only in the virtual servers, but in the Hyper-V servers as well. Install one AD FS and one AD FS Proxy on one Hyper-V

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Apply the latest Azure Site Recovery capabilities with automatic agent update

One of the biggest hassles faced by administrators while using services provided by cloud providers is the need to catch up with the latest release and stay up-to-date. This involves downloading the latest software and performing frequent upgrades. In an enterprise scenario, this means going through various level of approvals and wait time before you

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Modernize your Java Spring Boot application with Azure Database for MySQL

This blog post is co-authored by Parikshit Savjani, Senior Program Manager, Azure OSS Database service. Spring is a well-known Java-based framework for building web and enterprise applications addressing the modern business needs. One of the advantages of using the Spring Boot framework is that it simplifies the data access from relational and NoSQL data stores. Spring

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Step by Step Windows Server 2019 File Server Clustering With PowerShell or GUI

Installing the Cluster is easy now days. But just this I post a little blog on how to do this, In my blog stats it shows that the 2012 post is still very active , so time for an update to Windows Server 2019. in the creation there isn’t much changed, it gets only easier.

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