Windows 10 Memory Protection Features

Hello, Paul Bergson back again with a discussion on the newly built-in memory protection features provided in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. I refer to Win10 throughout the document, but this is just for brevity sake. For a complete discussion on how to “Migrate threats by using Windows 10 security features” please see the… Read more

Hey Dude, Where’s My Winlogon.log?

Hi this is Michael from the PMC PFE Team, I recently helped a customer during the implementation of their Windows Server 2016 systems. When checking the Event viewer, we spotted a well-known Event ID: Log Name:      Application Source:        SceCli Date:          08.03.2017 17:49:21 Event ID:      1202 Task Category: None Level:         Warning Keywords:      Classic User:          N/A Computer:     … Read more

Network Capture Best Practices

Hi Diddly Doodly readers. Michael Rendino here again with a follow up to my “Basic Network Capture Methods” blog, this time to give some best practices on network capture collection when troubleshooting. As you may have guessed, one of my favorite tools, due to my years in networking support, is the network capture. It can… Read more

Introducing DSCEA

***This post was written by Ralph Kyttle, PFE, and back linked to the original post. The original post can be found at: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ralphkyttle/2017/03/21/introducing-dscea/ Hello, World! I am incredibly excited to announce the open source release of DSC Environment Analyzer (DSCEA), a PowerShell module that uses the declarative nature of Desired State Configuration to scan systems… Read more