Pass the Hash, I’m Hungry

Published: August 26, 2016   |   No Comments  |  Read more

I started a GPO cleanup project implementing security recommendations. One recommendation was listed as “Implement Client-Side Pass-The-Hash Mitigations”.

Sleepless and Seattle

Published: March 31, 2016   |   No Comments  |  Read more

Much has been reported about the Surface Pro 4 and power management issues …and the Surface Pro 3 and sleep has had similar issues early on.

The One Super Easy Security Thing You’re Not Doing

Published: June 30, 2015   |   No Comments  |  Read more

Securing your network can be a crazy and scary proposition….and it’s one of the IT tasks that is never completed. With the advent of cloud computing, the security landscape has expanded and with it new opportunities. One of these opportunities is to leverage the cloud for “Identity and Access”.

Windows Nano Server – Early Learnings in Deployment

Published: May 12, 2015   |   No Comments  |  Read more

With Microsoft’s announcement and release of Windows Server 2016 (official name) Technical Preview 2, they have also released Nano Server. Ever since the early announcement of Nano Server I’ve been very anxious to try it out. One thing is for sure….it’s not easy to get going. And I hope that changes once 2016 is RTM’ed.

Why I left my Windows Phone for iPhone

Published: April 24, 2015   |   2 Comments  |  Read more

My family, friends and coworkers know that I have been a big proponent (often call fan boy) of many of Microsoft’s products. I’ve been a Windows mobile user sense my days with a Motorola Q and have been with the MS phone platform ever sense then.

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