Microsoft's "patch Tuesday" release this month contains a fix for an Internet connection problem that reportedly had widespread effects on Windows 10 machines.
Microsoft this week described some coming improvements to the Azure management portal.
Microsoft announced a preview today of a new Azure Active Directory Pass-Through Authentication capability, as well as a preview of a "seamless" single sign-on feature.
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Microsoft today announced a December change in its servicing model for older Windows environments after some customers got tripped up by the new patch model.
Microsoft is planning to deliver some added security improvements for organizations when the Windows 10 "Creators Update" gets released.
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Microsoft today announced that the Azure Active Directory PowerShell 2.0 module has reached the "general availability" milestone.
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The rather complicated Windows 10 updating process that Microsoft expects organizations to follow got some additional light this month.
Microsoft indicated today that Windows 10 version 1607, the "anniversary update," is now ready for deployment by organizations.
Microsoft packed a number of major announcements, including SP1 improvements and Linux support, in this month's key note address by Scott Guthrie at their Connect() virtual event.
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