Category: Windows_10

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Windows Defender Application Guard overview

Applies to: Windows 10, Windows Insider Program (Enterprise edition, Build 16188 or later) The threat landscape is continually evolving. While hackers are busy developing new techniques to breach enterprise networks by compromising workstations, phishing schemes remain one of the top ways to lure employees into social engineering attacks. Windows Defender Application Guard (Application Guard) is […]

Windows productivity tip: File Explorer – Command Prompt and back from the current directory

  This is a great tip, you learn something new every day… Original Article: This has been one of my productivity tips within Windows for a few years now, still surprises me not many users are aware of this little feature. Often some of the stuff we do is quicker/easier to do from the command line, though […]

Finding the latest Windows’ Updates

Need the links for your customer? Here you go! Windows 10 Version RS2  – Windows 10 RS1 and Windows Server 2016 – Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 – Windows Server 2012 – Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 –

TPM Readiness Verification

The objective is to verify the TPM is ready for BitLocker encryption before an image is laid down. This is so that if the technician forgets to ready the TPM, it won’t go through the entire build process and then fail near the end, thereby wasting a lot of time. There are five steps to verifying […]

Modernizing Windows deployment with Windows AutoPilot

Windows AutoPilot is a suite of capabilities designed to simplify and modernize the deployment and management of new Windows 10 PCs. As Rob Lefferts announced this morning, the Windows AutoPilot Deployment service marks the start of these capabilities. With Windows AutoPilot, IT professionals can customize the Out of Box Experience (OOBE) for Windows 10 PCs […]

Windows AutoPilot deployment

Get a technical overview of Windows Autopilot, a new cloud service from Microsoft that provides you with a zero-touch experience for deploying new Windows 10 devices. Learn how you can use Windows AutoPilot to enable users to set up new Windows 10 devices, ready for business use, right out of the box, and see the […]

Using PowerShell to Obtain Update Information

Here’s a quick way to obtain update information.  To search for all updates:  $Session = New-Object -ComObject Microsoft.Update.Session $Searcher = $Session.CreateUpdateSearcher() $Searcher.Search(“IsInstalled=1”).Updates | ft -a title  Example Output:   To search for a specific update:  $Searcher.Search(“IsInstalled=1”).Updates | Where {$_.Title -like “*KB4016509*”} | ft title  Example Output:    

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