How To

How to Create a Team in Microsoft Teams

by Michael Reinders

Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace that groups people and enables them to share and collaborate on ideas and information. Here's how to create a team and manage team members. Teams vs chats What is the difference between a team and a chat in Teams? Basically, teams are meant to convey information using collaboration tools… Read More

How to Mitigate Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover Protocol Flaw That Leaks User Credentials

with 4 Comments by Russell Smith

In this article, I explain how the recently discovered flaw in the Exchange Server Autodiscover protocol can leak user credentials. And how to mitigate the issue in your environment. Microsoft Exchange Server Autodiscover protocol leaks thousands of user credentials Researchers at security company Guardicore have released details of a security issue in the Autodiscover protocol… Read More

How to Install Windows Server 2022 Core

by Michael Reinders

In this post, I will demonstrate how to install Windows Server 2022 the way Microsoft recommends... using the 'Server Core' option. Yes, by default, this is the default installation choice. You should install Windows Server 2022 using the Server Core option whenever possible. Windows Server 2022 contains new features and it is the most secure… Read More

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