Just signed in to my instance and saw the notice.
So doing the update now myself.
So am I wrong in my thinking, anyone who uses MS's MFA auth service is unable to access any of there services?
I just went to https://portal.azure.com. Clicked on ym email. and then clicked on the use "Authenticato" option. opened MS Auth on my phone and approved it.
All logged in.
We ended up going with Pyzor and so far it has been great.
Really? Something from Solarwinds?
Anyone know of a way in which I can run the Windows RSAT tools from my non domain joined W10 PC?
I go from client to client and I'm hoping to be able to run the Windows admin tools from my PC.
Or anyone know of an alternate program that may work?
That is totally not how any of that works.
About the only thing that I can think of is to simply right click and run as.
But you also will run into the problem that RSAT tools are different on ever system
@JaredBusch I'm looking at the AirMAX lineup and have used a few of the products like the NanoStation 5AC loco with fabulous results.. but the rest of the stuff looks a little more than consumer grade. Do you think this is an accurate breakdown -
Unifi - Small to Medium business with low customization needs. Primarily for Access Layer and down. Nice interface but not standard for routing setup
UniFi routers and switches, yes. UniFi Access Points, are solid for any purpose.
Also, I would personally never use UniFi routing/switching in SMB. But I know some people just live that pretty pane of glass that they never look at after 3 weeks.
In Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Enterprise, Windows 10 Education, and Windows 10 S, you can defer features and quality updates to your PC. When you defer feature updates, new Windows features won’t be offered, downloaded, or installed for a period of time that is greater than the deferral period set. Deferring feature updates doesn’t affect security updates, but it does prevent you from getting the latest Windows features as soon as they're available.
Not sure reliable. Sometimes that works, sometimes it does not.
Correct. This is not reliable as various security updates have repeatedly reset settings over the years.
I would never "rely" on something like this.
Additionally, this is not an N-1 setting. It is delay X days. So technically, it is not even an answer to his question, but a hack instead. The only hack that could maybe, mostly, work, to my knowledge. But still a hack.
ufw allow in 10000:20000/udp
I assume there is a way to narrow this range down to not use the entire "standard" audio/video UDP range, but I have not yet looked. I was more worried about getting things running smoothly and tested out.