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    BitLocker to Go READER in Windows 10

    Microsoft has provided BitLocker since the Enterprise and Ultimate versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7. The Vista release could only encrypt operating system partitions (with some extended capability through the command line tool). Windows 7 inclusion extended whole drive encryption capabilities to additional partitions and to removable drives. Encryption of removable drives was labeled … Continue reading BitLocker to Go READER in Windows 10

    Nested virtualization in Windows 10 – What Is It and How to Enable It

    First off what is nested virtualization?  Nested virtualization is the ability to run Hyper-V inside of a virtualized machine.  This will allow you to install a physical host with the Hyper-V role installed and then create a virtual machine (VM) and install Hyper-V which in turn will allow you to run additional VMs. For instructor-led … Continue reading Nested virtualization in Windows 10 – What Is It and How to Enable It

    Enabling BitLocker Drive Encryption Without a TPM in Windows 10

    Windows 10 is quite an impressive operating system. It’s fast, it runs all of my old apps (even my retro games!), and it has tons of security improvements. BitLocker Drive Encryption isn’t new to Windows 10. Encrypting files in Windows goes all the way back to the Encrypting File System (EFS) in Windows 2000. BitLocker … Continue reading Enabling BitLocker Drive Encryption Without a TPM in Windows 10

    Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V Standard verses Production Checkpoints

    One of the issues we have had in the past with checkpoint (previously known as snapshots) is some production applications did not support checkpoints. If a virtual machine was rolled back in time to a previous checkpoint there was a possibility of loss of or corruption of data. In Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 … Continue reading Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V Standard verses Production Checkpoints

    Microsoft OneDrive: Removing PCs

    Microsoft announced a reduction in OneDrive storage space offerings for both free and paid plans in November 2015. Microsoft’s goal appears to be migration toward Office365 storage, while using OneDrive for lesser, temporary or occasional file transfer conditions. For instructor-led  Microsoft training, see our complete course schedule. OneDrive users need to more carefully plan their … Continue reading Microsoft OneDrive: Removing PCs

    Installing .NET Framework 2.0 3.0 and 3.5 in Windows 10

    Windows 10 is quite an impressive operating system. It’s fast, it has tons of security improvements, and is usually compatible with older apps. One quirk that I encountered recently was when I went to install mRemoteNG, a remote desktop client application. It requires the .NET Framework to work. That’s fine, because Windows 10 comes preconfigured … Continue reading Installing .NET Framework 2.0 3.0 and 3.5 in Windows 10