Posts Tagged ‘Windows 7 SP1’

Microsoft is pushing out its new Edge browser to Windows 7 and 8.1

A new way for small and midsize businesses to stay secure and current– Windows 7 ESU

Prepare now for end of support in 2019 and 2020 (updated April 1, 2019)

Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop service is now “feature complete” and may launch as soon as next month

2019 SHA-2 Code Signing Support requirement for Windows and WSUS


SHA-2 Support for Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2: W2008 R2

Customers running legacy OS versions (Windows 7 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 SP2) will be required to have SHA-2 code signing support installed on their devices by July 2019. Any devices without SHA-2 support will not be offered Windows updates after July 2019.

Azure: Windows Virtual Desktop – First Thoughts

Microsoft–EOL products in 1 year (Jan 2020)

The list of products which will transition out of extended support in January 2020 includes:

       Windows 2008

       Windows 2008 R2

       Windows 7

       Exchange 2010

Please note that Windows Vista, Office 2007 and Exchange 2007 previously exited out of extended support in 2017.

Office 2010 will exit out of support of the 13th of October 2020

2019 SHA-2 Code Signing Support requirement for Windows and WSUS

Ignite 2018: Windows heads to the cloud with Azure Virtual Desktop

September 24, 2018 Leave a comment

Microsoft 365 adds modern desktop on Azure:

We’re excited to offer this service to Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education customers.

Microsoft is changing support Lifecycles for Windows 7, Windows 10 and Office 365 VL Customers

Microsoft backtracks and extends support cycle for Office, Windows 7 and Windows 10:

Microsoft is extending support for Windows 10 versions to 30 months

Microsoft to offer paid updates for Windows 7 beyond 2020

Windows 7: this is only for VL Customers (with Enterprise and Professional SKUs)
    EOL: January 14, 2020
    EOL can be extended by buying:
         Extended Security Updates (ESUs)
        EOL –> until January 2023

Windows 10: this is only for VL Customers (with Enterprise and Education SKUs)

Windows 10 versions will get 30 months of support: 1607, 1703, 1709, and 1803.

Beginning with Windows 10 v1809 a new support cycle definition starts:

      03/XXXX –> gets support for 18 month –> first release will be: v1903

      09/XXXX –> gets support for 30 month –> first release will be: v1809

Today, we’re announcing that Windows Analytics is being expanded to Desktop Analytics—a new cloud-based service integrated with ConfigMgr

We’re also pleased to announce Desktop App Assure—a new service from Microsoft FastTrack designed to address issues with Windows 10 and Office 365 ProPlus app compatibility.

.NET Framework July 2018 Update

Signing Changes for drivers targeting Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 and lowe

Windows Client Guidance for IT Pros to protect against speculative execution side-channel vulnerabilities

Nvidia to drop 32-bit support, only 64-bit drivers will get updates starting next month

critical security updates will still be provided for 32-bit systems through January 2019

Nvidia kappt Treiber-Support für 72 Grafikkarten, ab sofort nur noch 64-Bit-Treiber:

Understanding Meltdown & Spectre: What To Know About New Exploits That Affect Virtually All CPUs

Meltdown and Spectre: A closer look at the recent CPU security flaws and how to protect yourself

Microsoft responds to AMD and Intel processor exploits, now rolling out emergency fix:

Microsoft to release emergency Windows Update to address Intel, AMD processors security concerns

KB4056892 bugs: Install fails, browser crashes, PC freezes, and more

Microsoft releases PowerShell script to check if your PC is vulnerable to Meltdown and Spectre:

Verifying Spectre / Meltdown protections remotely:

Lawsuits stack up against Intel over Meltdown and Spectre bugs:

Google answers your questions about Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities:

Understanding the performance impact of Spectre and Meltdown mitigations on Windows Systems:

Changing between Windows SKUs

cscript.exe c:\windows\system32\slmgr.vbs /ipk xxxxxxxxx

An easy way to measure computer reboot and logon times (processmon)

New ransomware, old techniques: Petya adds worm capabilities

Alles, was wir bisher über den Petya/NotPetya-Ausbruch wissen:

Petya-Attacke oder "NotPetya": Erstes Angriffsziel offenbar in der Ukraine:

Windows 10 platform resilience against the Petya ransomware attack:

Exploring the crypt: Analysis of the WannaCrypt ransomware SMB exploit propagation

Eternal Champion Exploit Analysis:

Immer noch nicht alle Schäden behoben

Getroffen wurde unter anderem der Nahrungsmittelriese Mondelēz, weswegen seit Tagen keine Milka-Schokolade produziert werden kann, wie der Tagesspiegel berichtet. Für Beiersdorf (Nivea, Tesa, Eucerin) war der Angriff der folgenschwerste Hackerangriff überhaupt, berichtet der Stern. Weltweit sei in den 17 Fabriken des Unternehmens viereinhalb Tage lang nichts mehr gegangen. Massiv betroffen war offenbar auch die dänische Reederei Maersk, die mehr als eine Woche nach dem Angriff immer noch daran arbeitet, die Schäden vollständig zu beheben. (mho)


Cyber-Attacke Petya/NotPetya: Neue Einblicke in die perfide Verbreitungsmasche

Latest Improvements to the Simplified Servicing for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1

SCCM: Building Windows 7 Images in 2017