SMB1 – Audit Active Usage using Message Analyzer

Well, it’s another weekend and here we are again talking about SMB1. The WannaCrypt Ransomware attacks that impacted customers all over the world have put a spotlight on SMB1, and how important it is to Stop using SMB1. Let’s say you have gone ahead and successfully deployed the security update associated with Microsoft Security Bulletin…

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Discover SMB1 in your environment with DSCEA

So, SMB1. Hopefully by now you have already heard and heeded the advice Ned Pyle provided in the link below, and you are no longer using SMB1 in your environment. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/filecab/2016/09/16/stop-using-smb1 Let’s say though that for some reason, you have not followed Ned’s advice yet and you still have some Windows systems in your environment that…

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DSCEA 1.2.0.0 has been released – Introducing exciting new updates to Start-DSCEAscan

DSCEA 1.2.0.0 has been released Details on this release are listed below: Introduced exciting new updates to Start-DSCEAscan Automatic copying of any custom resources needed for a scan from the management system to the remote endpoints being scanned Thank you to Anthony Watherston for adding this capability to DSCEA! Added a new Path parameter, which…

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Introducing DSCEA

Updated with a link to the latest release announcement, DSCEA 1.2.0.0 https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ralphkyttle/2017/04/05/dscea-1-2-0-0-has-been-released-introducing-exciting-new-updates-to-start-dsceascan/ 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 in an environment against a defined reference MOF file and…

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