You probably don’t need PINs with BitLocker any longer – that is if you’re using UEFI hardware. There’s an even greater chance if you’re running Windows 8.1 too. In this Edge show episode I interview Chris Hallum from the Windows team about just that.
Hi folks, just posting that last week I hit the studio to record a show with Brad McCabe from the Windows Team on what’s new in Windows 8.1 Update for IT guys. Take a look on Channel 9.
Every so often in my lab a domain joined workstation or server will loose domain trust. It’s usually a password sync issue, the way to fix it is simple: rejoin it to the domain. There is a better way though, use this PowerShell: Reset-ComputerMachinePassword -Server <FQDN of your DC> -Credential […]
The Dell Venue 8 Pro is a fabulous 8 inch Windows 8.1 tablet device, it’s thin, light has a great screen and battery life. In this article I take a look at the device to decide if it’s a device that should be in my daily kit bag.
Active Directory is the source of identity in the enterprise and iOS devices should be identified in and by AD in order to provide access to resources, in this article published on WServer News I explain the process of supporting iOS devices in your AD DS with Windows Server 2012 R2 and the Device Registration Service.
Great reads from the week (or a bit more) about Enterprise Client, including Windows 8.1, Configuration Managager 2012 R2 and more.