Windows 10 and Virtual Network Adapters – vEthernet (HvsiIcs) and vEthernet (Default Switch)

Hi all, Today is an easy one. I have had several questions about Network Adapters and specifically vEthernet adapters around 1803 and 1903. These are follow on questions to everyones favorite: Where did my Virtual Machines go after I did an inplace upgrade. vEthernet is created exclusively for HyperV on a windows 10 devices. Two

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Windows 10 19H2 – How this will become the most stable release yet

19H2 is a feature update delivered in a new way, using servicing technology (like the monthly update process) for customers running the May 2019 Update. This will most likely be the go forward strategy
Current Branch for Business (CBB), Semi Annual Channel (SAC), and other older names have now evolved into Spring new images supported for 18 months and Fall stable and supported for 30 months.

Marriott: Forced Password change and MFA – Uh oh…?

Sometime after noon CT today (6/27/2019) Marriott forced me to change my password and use Multi-factor Authentication (MFA). Uh oh? Here’s hoping it is just Marriott being proactive and not another breach yet to be announced like the one from last year: https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/30/tech/marriott-hotels-hacked/index.html If they are being proactive they should probably read the research that

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Edge Insider Chromium First (Official) Public Build Available and First Impressions

As many have seen official announcements that Microsoft’s newer versions of Edge will be utilizing the open source Chromium Engine.  Several private builds leaked out in late March (don’t use those).  Today the public beta (preview | Insider) builds are available.  Good News This does NOT replace Edge but allows you to run Chromium Edge

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Windows Defender Application Guard as browser extensions in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox – Still need to use Legacy Control Panel to enable Windows Defender Application Guard

In the newest release of Windows Insider Fast Ring build on March 15th 2019 18358 a new feature has been added to allow Application Guard to work on Google Chrome Browser and Mozilla Firefox. Cool. https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2019/03/15/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-18358/#cYmJ3abB6vdUHptq.97 The guide to enable is good but missed one step. How do you enable Windows Defender Application Guard? Hint:

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