Author Archives: ncbrady

Windows 10 version 1809 is available on MSDN (again)

Last week Windows 10 1809 was re-released to VLSC as I reported here., this was after it was removed from VLSC, MSDN and Windows Update due to issues with files getting deleted. But now Microsoft has re-released it and it’s … Continue reading

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Windows 10 version 1809 is available again (on VLSC)

After the well publicized problems with the initial release of Windows 10 version 1809, Microsoft has once again made it available to Enterprises on the VLSC (Volume License Servicing Center) site. It will be released to MSDN at the end … Continue reading

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Introducing my new hyper-v lab – Lenovo ThinkPad P1

Those of you that were interested in Microsoft Ignite in Florida recently, would have probably noticed me tweeting ecstatically that I was delighted about receiving a Lenovo P1 from @Joe Parker (Principal Engineer, Manager at Lenovo). This was the culmination … Continue reading

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A quick look at System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview version 1810.2

Microsoft has released their second Technical Preview in one month, this one dubbed Technical Preview 1810.2 This release is also a new baseline release for Technical Preview installs. Technical preview version 1810.2: The Configuration Manager technical preview version 1810.2 is … Continue reading

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Learn how to leverage Intune support for Microsoft Graph and PowerShell to enable powerful automation and IT security- my notes

Introduction Microsoft Ignite 2018 (in Florida) has just come and gone but there’s still 644GB of sessions to get through, and all of them are online and available for you to review (or download). Ignite is an awesome experience but … Continue reading

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