Update on removing Flash from Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer

In 2017, we published a roadmap to remove Adobe Flash from Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer by 2020. Since that post, we announced our intent to build Microsoft Edge on the Chromium open source project. In this post, we will provide an update on what to expect for the Flash retirement in Microsoft browsers. Here’s […]

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Collect basics, configuration and logs, when troubleshooting IIS

In many cases, when troubleshooting web applications hosted in IIS, we start by collecting the basics for investigation:

The configuration of IIS and underlying HTTP.SYS, of Asp.Net and of the application, and system info.
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Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18970

Hello Windows Insiders, today we’re releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18970 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. Insiders will see a Cumulative Update Build 18970.1005 (KB4518974) offered at the same time as well. We are testing our ability to service a build at the same time it is released. The result for […]

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Missing net.tcp, net.pipe, net.msmq, and msmq.formatname bindings in IIS

IIS uses bindings to redirect traffic to the corresponding web applications. These bindings depend on the listener adapters. The most common listener adapters (also known as “site binding types”) are http, https, and ftp.
 
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Highlighting community contributions to the Quantum Development Kit

In July 2019, we updated the Quantum Development Kit (QDK) to be fully open-source and invited the community to help shape the developer tools that will empower users to solve some of the worlds biggest problems. Were excited to highlight some great community contributions in the last month. Our Quantum Katas have been a big

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