Microsoft kicked off its Ignite event for IT pros in Atlanta by highlighting some of its major impending releases.
Here are some of the best new cmdlets that you might be missing out on.
Exchange Server 2016 and Exchange Server 2013 recently received their monthly cumulative updates (CUs).
Microsoft wants to kill the use of Server Message Block (SMB) version 1 by pleading to customers to stop using it.
Microsoft announced last week some changes coming to Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 3.0 Service Pack 2.
Those that are still running older versions of Adobe Flash ActiveX will not be able to access Flash content in Internet Explorer 11.
The ability to create and extend menus has been a huge quality of life improvement in the latest PowerShell version.
Microsoft's technical team will be on standby for those needing assistance or questions answered with the company's Upgrade Analytics preview.
Azure portal's new Azure Active Directory features for administrators were released for testing today.
A guide for those using System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and wanting to upgrade to Windows 10 version 1607 has been released by Microsoft.
Keeping close tabs on your script will help to identify potential future errors.
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Microsoft's cloud-based security solution, Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA), received an update last week.
Microsoft has apparently fixed the PowerShell problems caused by the latest Windows 10 update.
Starting in September, Intune mobile management service for its Azure Active Directory Group will be making a switch.
Microsoft last week released some Windows Server 2016 technical performance information compared with its current Windows Server products.
The Aug. 23 update to Windows 10 breaks PowerShell and should be avoided at the moment, according to Microsoft.
Classes extends the usefulness of PowerShell for both admins and devs.
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Microsoft has expanded the features of its Azure Active Directory Identity Protection service and has made the preview available in Europe.
Microsoft says that some apps that were previously removed from Windows 10 may come back with the latest "anniversary update."
Microsoft last week released its first "developer preview" of the SharePoint Framework.