Microsoft this week cleared its Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) technology to be added to the Linux kernel.
By downloading a PowerShell module, you can manage every facet of Active Directory and build powerful scripts to save time on all kinds of tasks.
The PowerShell 7 Preview 3 scripting solution is now available, Microsoft announced this week.
Participants in Microsoft's Edge Insider Program can now begin to access the Beta Channel release, the first since Microsoft shifted to using open source Chromium Project technologies in the Edge browser.
Using PowerShell, Adam shows you one way to compare a .CSV file full of employee accounts with Active Directory users.
Microsoft's August security updates won't install for users of Windows 7 SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 if those operating system lack certain March updates.
Microsoft addressed about 93 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) in its August security patch release, issued Tuesday.
Exploit code for the so-called "BlueKeep" vulnerability is now "widely available" for use by attackers, Microsoft recently warned.
Pester infrastructure tests can run as standalone tests or be integrated into a broader automation workflow. But first, what's an "infrastructure test" anyway?
Microsoft's roadmap for its Chromium-based Edge browser includes feature improvements aimed at enterprises and business users.
A couple of Twitter posts by Microsoft this week highlighted the impending arrival of Windows 10 version 1903 for various user groups.
IT pros have many ways to deploy resources to Microsoft Azure, but when it comes to deploying many resources at once, ARM templates are the way to go.
Not even Microsoft itself has been able to completely eliminate the use of passwords in its facilities, a testament to the obstacles facing organizations that want a password-free future.
Microsoft's July security updates include patches for 16 vulnerabilities rated "Critical," along with 60 rated "Important" and one rated "Moderate."
July 9 marked the end of "extended support" for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2, the last five-year phase of Microsoft's overall 10-year product lifecycle for these products.
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