Incidentally, there's a bit of talk that Microsoft's rushed (although not
all that rushed) a patch for a flaw
in its animated cursor (.ANI) files. The bug makes security features of
Vista, which were much-touted by the company, look
not so great after all. In any case, the patch, along with some others for
various versions of Windows, is posted here.
Posted by Lee Pender on 04/05/2007 at 1:20 PM
Microsoft is now planning to disable Basic Authentication use with its Exchange Online service sometime in the "second half of 2021," according to a Friday announcement.
Microsoft this week offered advice for organizations using Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager with remote Windows systems that need to get patched, and it also announced Update 2002.
Azure Edge Zones, a new edge computing technology from Microsoft designed to enable new scenarios for developers and partners, emerged as a preview release this week.
Microsoft is shifting its big events this year to be online only, including Ignite 2020.
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