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  • Blog Post: We are building a Windows Security Community for You

    We have been working on creating an updating content for new projects and for that reason this blog was quiet idle for some time, but hey, we are back and with great news! We are building a Windows Security Community and we want your participation. The Microsoft TechNet WiKi is a great resource for exchanging...
  • Blog Post: Solutions to Common Volume Activation Errors

    Roland Winkler, one of our Senior Writers wrote this great piece of content about common volume activation problems: “Volume activation is designed to be a relatively quick and simple process. However, organizations still encounter a number of common errors when using volume activation. The following...
  • Blog Post: Threats and Countermeasures Guide: Security Settings in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 - Updated

    We are really happy to announce that and updated version of the Windows Threats and Countermeasures Guide is now available online at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh125921(WS.10).aspx . This new version cover changes in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. This guide consists of the following...
  • Blog Post: Our New Windows Server Security Page is Online

    This week we launched our new Windows Server Security page with some major changes in the format, content and distribution. The main page now have a clear option to navigate through different Windows versions to find Security related content as shown below: We added a new section that cover recent forums...