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Windows 10

Understanding Windows 10 Always On VPN

Microsoft Windows and Windows Server support a variety of different VPN technologies. The most advanced are DirectAccess and Windows 10 Always On VPN. In this article, I look at the advantages of Always On VPN over DirectAccess, and outline the infrastructure required to deploy Always On VPN.

May 25, 2020|Russell Smith

Remote Access

Split Tunnel VPNs Improve Performance of Cloud Apps for Remote Workers

VPNs are commonly used to give users working from home access to corporate resources. But traditional forced tunnel VPNs can have a significant impact on the performance of cloud services like Office 365. In this article, I look at the different ways VPNs can be configured for performance and security.

May 25, 2020|Russell Smith

Windows Server

Improving VDI Performance with MSIX App Attach

MSIX is a new installer technology for Windows that first...

May 24, 2020|Brad Sams

Uncategorized

Use PowerShell to Fetch Account SignIn Data from the Graph

Tracking Down Obsolete Accounts Last December, I wrote about how...

May 21, 2020|Tony Redmond

Podcasts

MJFChat: The Reverse Shiproom with Microsoft 365 Corporate VP Brad Anderson

 Transcript posted below. We’re doing a twice-monthly interview show...

May 19, 2020|Petri Staff

SharePoint Online

Enforce MFA for SharePoint Online Sites with Conditional Access Policies

Securing Confidential SharePoint Online Data SharePoint Online sites hold some...

May 19, 2020|Tony Redmond

Yammer

Yammer Previews Fluent User Interface

Year of Yammer Keeps on Rolling Seven months after Microsoft...

May 14, 2020|Tony Redmond

Podcasts

MJFChat: Power Platform for newbies (and mixed-reality users)

We’re doing a twice-monthly interview show on Petri.com that is...

May 1, 2020|Petri Staff

Podcasts

Microsoft 365 Knowledge Series Episode 5: Enhancing Your Security

This week, we are taking a look at the security...

Apr 21, 2020|Petri Staff

Office 365

Microsoft is Rebranding Office 365 Groups

Microsoft is going to rebrand Office 365 Groups to Microsoft 365 Groups in the near future.

Apr 14, 2020|Brad Sams

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