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Update 2103 for the Technical Preview Branch of Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager has been released. Community hub now supports contributing and downloading configuration baselines including the child configuration items. This integration allows… Continue reading Download baselines from Community hub in Configuration Manager Technical Preview 2103
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We have recently expanded the integration of Antimalware Scan Interface (AMSI) with Office 365 to include the runtime scanning of Excel 4.0 (XLM) macros, to help antivirus solutions tackle the increase in attacks that use malicious XLM macros.
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Like many of you, I’m thrilled to have my 2020 calendar safely in the recycling pile. During that time though, you too might have noticed how, perhaps unknowingly, you were able to turn some of last year’s lemons into lemonade. Maybe you developed a de… Continue reading Compliance joins Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA)
Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21327 (RS_PRERELEASE) to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel.
What’s new in Build 21327
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The auto-failover groups feature allows you to manage the replication and failover of a group of databases on a server or all databases in a managed instance to another region. It is a declarative abstraction on top of the existing active geo-replicati… Continue reading Monitor replication lag for Auto-Failover Groups in SQL Managed Instance
In Max Brooks’ first Minecraft book, “The Island,” readers follow the inner thoughts of Guy, a man who wakes up and finds himself having to survive in a weird world of blocks.
Now, in the sequel, “The Mountain,” Guy strikes out across the
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