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General changes: Decreasing Exchange Rights in the Active Directory – Deny ACE placed on the DNS Admins group and the ability for Exchange to assign Service Principal Names (SPN’s) was removed because these are not required by Exchange; the directory updates released today are fully compatible with all versions of Exchange Server regardless of cumulative…
Another one engineer from our team successfully passed the exam 70-345: Designing and Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 and received MCSE: Productivity certification.
This confirms the professionalism of our team members once again in the field of support of Exchange servers and migration to Office 365.
Upcoming change in how files stored on FTP servers are rendered in the browser may be the first step in its ultimate removal.
It is now possible to simply send a link to a shared document instead of transferring the whole file.
Experts found the first malware that uses logical bug in Microsoft Office’s online video embedding feature to steal user data.
There was a failure in the final QA validation step of the software.
Trickbot’s new module steals passwords from several applications and browsers.
Windows Defender Antivirus becomes the first complete antivirus solution to have the ability to run inside a sandbox environment.
IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) published document which defines a protocol for sending DNS queries and getting DNS responses over HTTPS.