Hello Windows Insiders, today were releasing Windows 10 Insider PreviewBuild 19025.1051 (20H1)to Windows Insiders in the Slow ring. For details on what is included in this build and known issues,see this blog post. For a summary of all the new 20H1 features,see this article on Microsoft Docs.
Great article and very helpful. I have just one question though. I just noticed one of the groups in not showing all of the user objects. In group there are about 150 users and Excel data is showing 130. Is there a way to re-sync or force to get all of the users.
I'm making some radical updates to this project 'Hybrid - Desired State Controller', wanted to showcase this GUI/networking module that will integrate the MDT/Image Factory/PSD Master project in addition to automating the configuration of IIS, DNS, DHCP, and Certificate based services.
It's still a long way from being complete, however, you can scope out the tool I made for Active Directory Domain Controller Promotion ( DCPromo ).
This is as PowerShell based/focused as it is a System Administration and Network Security Engineering. (putting my old school MCSE stuff to the test...)
Thanks for the reply. I'm reading of folks unable to do the in-place upgrade. And I've seen multiple examples of that, where they tried to do it, and it did not give them the option. Since I'm on, effectively, a trial copy of 2012R2, I think I fall into that category, where it will not allow me to upgrade from eval to eval.
The quote I get on one response was: You cannot in-place upgrade to a higher version of windows in any of these scenarios from licensed to evaluation, evaluation to licensed, evaluation to evaluation. That makes a kind of sense.
Again, thanks for the response. Time to reboot my mind and take a different approach.
So if I want to do an in-place upgrade from 2012R2 to 2019, how do I download a copy of 2019 that does that? When I buy the 2019 license 16core, will that include the software or a link to download it?
Hello Windows Insiders, today were releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19028 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. If you want a complete look at what build is in which Insider ring, head over to Flight Hub.
Today, we are releasing the November 2019 Preview of Quality RollupQuality and ReliabilityThis release contains the following quality and reliability improvements for .NET Framework for Windows 8.1, Server 2012 R2, Server 2012, Windows 7 SP1, Server 2008 R2 SP1 and Server 2008 SP2.