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Weekly Windows Newsbytes — Week 26/2019

Cumulative Update KB4501375 Windows 10 v1903 Cumulative Update KB4501375, released on June 27, will update version 1903 to build 18362.207. This CU contains a number of bug fixes, see full list. Cumulative Update KB4509475 Windows 10 v1607 Also Anniversary Update, Windows 10 version 1607 got a Cumulative Update on June 27. KB4509475 will upgrade version

Office 365 – Number of allowed installations

After answering a few questions on Ten Forums about the allowed number of installs for various Office 365 subscriptions, I thought it might be a good idea to put all this information in one place. In this post you’ll find information about the install limits for all O365 subscription products. Office 365 Personal – One

Weekly Windows Newsbytes — Week 21/2019

No new Windows Insider builds this week. So, let’s look at other Windows news this week. Windows 10 May 2019 Update released Microsoft released the Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version 19H1) on Tuesday, May 21. At the moment, 19H1 is not pushed to users, but those users wanting to upgrade will find it in

Weekly Windows Newsbytes — Week 19/2019

New Insider Builds 18894 and 18895 This week, we saw an unexpected flurry of Insider Preview releases, including Fast Ring + Skipahead Build 18894 on Wednesday, May 8, followed in short order by Build 18895 on Friday, May 10. But where 18894 brought lots of changes, 18895 brought only a few. Looks like the pace

Microsoft 365 Compliance and Security Virtual Conference

Yesterday, April 30th, Rudra Mitra, the Partner Director of Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance talked about new security and privacy capabilities for Microsoft 365 E5 and E5 Compliance plans in a post to the Microsoft 365 blog: New capabilities coming to Microsoft 365 E5 and E5 Compliance—previously known as Information Protection & Compliance—include controls to

1903 Drops Password Expiration Policies

Since forever, MS has enabled security & privacy policies for passwords that include password expirations. I remember this stuff from the NT 4 days, circa 1994, when I was writing training materials about admin topics for the MCSE exams. You can read about this ancient and soon-to-be-defunct stuff at MS Docs: Set the password expiration

Microsoft Device Tour Plus

I was invited to the Microsoft Device Tour Plus when it arrived at my adopted home town of Leipzig (Germany) last week. As I am always interested in free breakfast, lunch and dinner, so I decided to go there despite my current health issues. I was not expecting much, if any, new information. That said,

Office Customization Tool – Office Deployment Made Easy

Since the release of Office 2016, it is no longer possible to perform a custom Office install, in which one selects the Office applications to be installed or omitted. When installing Office, all applications get installed. Individual apps can’t be removed later, either. Office Click-to-Run and MSI installers can only install or remove the entire

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