Credential Guard Made Easy for Windows 10 Enterprise Version 1607

Those who had familiarized themselves with Credential Guard in Windows 10 prior to the Anniversary, i.e. version 1607, Update may have found that the ways to enable and configuring the feature seem have changed sine the release. Indeed, there are a few discrepancies in UI and hence operations between 1607 and 1511. And they are… Continue reading Credential Guard Made Easy for Windows 10 Enterprise Version 1607

An Introduction of Windows 10 Credential Guard

Windows 10 Enterprise has introduced a set of new security features including Credential Guard which is a key for securing derived credentials and defend ‘credential theft and reuse’ attacks like Pass-the-Hash (PtH) and Pass-the-Ticket. This article is to provide a technical background and highlights how Credential Guard works. A good reference titled “Protect derived domain… Continue reading An Introduction of Windows 10 Credential Guard

An Introduction of UEFI Secure Boot and Disk Partitions in Windows 10

As a firmware interface standard to replace BIOS (Basic Input/Output System), UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) specification has been a collective effort by UEFI Forum members for a while. UEFI is in essence an abstraction layer between firmware and OS, and independent of device hardware and architecture. Which provides flexibility for supporting multiple and various… Continue reading An Introduction of UEFI Secure Boot and Disk Partitions in Windows 10

#Windows 10: Usability and Ease of Access by @yungchou and @jkc137 in @TechNetRadio

My colleague, Jennelle Crothers, and I got a chance to chat about the usability and ease of use in this episode of Windows 10 series in TechNet Radio. She’s great and we had much fun doing it. Jennelle did a quick demo on how to make Windows 10 even easier to use. 

(Part 2) Deploying Windows 10: How to Migrate Users and User Data to Windows 10

Yung Chou, Kevin Remde and Dan Stolts continue their TechNet Radio multi-part Windows 10 series and in part 2 they showcase free tools like the User State Migration Toolkit (USMT)  that can easily migrate users and user data to Windows 10 from Windows XP, 7 and 8.