Windows Server

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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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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Windows Insider build 26090 brings small changes for SMB

Heya folks, Ned here again. We continue to make SMB changes to Windows vNext and Windows Server 2025 based on customer feedback and last mile work. With the release of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 26090 (Canary and Dev Channels), we have a few more small ones. Some of these were based on Insider feedback from customers –

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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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SMB client encryption mandate now supported in Windows Insider

Heya folks, Ned here again. Beginning in Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25982  (Canary Channel) and Windows Server Preview Build 25997, SMB now supports requiring encryption of all outbound SMB client connections. With this new option, administrators can mandate that all destination servers support SMB 3.x and encryption, and if missing those capabilities, the client won’t connect. This

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Speaking in Ciphers and other Enigmatic tongues fresh content update!

First published on TechNet on Dec 08, 2015 Hi! Jim Tierney here again to talk to you about Cryptographic Algorithms, SCHANNEL and other bits of wonderment. My original post on the topic has gone through yet another rewrite to bring you up to date on recent changes in this crypto space. So, your company purchases

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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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Manage the latest versions of Azure Stack HCI with SCVMM

Azure Stack HCI is a hybrid cloud solution that lets you run virtualized workloads on-premises with direct access to Azure services. It combines the performance, security, and scalability of hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) with the flexibility and innovation of Azure.  As a datacenter scale customer, to take full advantage of these new capabilities, you need a

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Protecting Tier 0 the Modern Way

How should your Tier 0 Protection look like? Almost every attack on Active Directory you hear about today – no matter if ransomware is involved or not – (ab)uses credential theft techniques as the key factor for successful compromise. Microsoft’s State of Cybercrime report confirms this statement: “The top finding among ransomware incident response engagements

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Windows Server Advanced Auditing Policies

Security auditing is a methodical examination and review of activities that may affect the security of a system. In the Windows Server and Active Directory environments, security auditing is the features and services that log and review events for specified security-related activities. Hundreds of events occur as the Windows operating system and the applications that

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