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This Week in IT – When Windows Updates go Loopy

 

In this week’s edition of This Week in IT, Microsoft messes up Patch Tuesday updates in grand style, causing Windows Server Active Directory domain controllers to go into a reboot cycle, LT2P VPNs to stop working, and much more.

There are also updates to Microsoft Teams for frontline workers, Norton adds crypto currency mining to its 360 antivirus suite, and Azure AD Continuous Access Evaluation is now generally available.

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This Week in IT – When Windows Updates go Loopy

This week in IT is a weekly podcast hosted by Petri’s Editorial Director Russell Smith. Each week, Russell rounds up the most important stories for IT pros in a short 5-minute video.

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