Tag / DSC

I want to transfer more and more logic away from Group Policies towards Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC). There are several reasons why i think that DSC is much better than my old (and complex) group policy constructs, but the main reason (at least for me): I can manage DSC clients that are domain […]

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I installed the KB3150513 on some Windows 2016 Based systems. The Installation doesn’t ask for or enforced a reboot. A couple of minutes later I pushed an updated DSC configuration and I saw the following Error Message: The request to list features available on the specified server failed. A DISM session could not be opened.

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A while ago, Microsoft warned about a critical issue with SMBv1. Microsoft also published updates for that Vulnerability. The WannaCry Ransomware Attack used that Vulnerability in the SMBv1 implementation with an EternalBlue Exploit. I thing there is more to come! so my advice is to deploy critical updates as fast as possible, nothing new! And […]

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