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create script for change group policy with powershell
i need to create powershell script for change group policy like account password policy, sercurity policy.how i create it. need some guidance.
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Outlooks on outlook, notes on Note
I need two pieces of guidance as wading through documents and pages is not giving me any confidence about Outlook. (1) Like I have had with Google/Gmail, can I add any number or at least say up to 5 or less extra accounts under my MS account? This issue sort of links to my second piece below because I am not sure how MS accounts work with what seems to be two distinct MS "accounts" with apps, etc. More on that below. What I want to do is what I had in Gmail and I am moving over to MS from Google. I have an firstname.lastname@example.org email I see in the MS Office Outlook app. I IMAP my current Gmail and created PST folder files. What I really need most is another email@example.com per se account. Like in Gmail I have AAA@gmail.com and AAB@gmail.com. Can I do this without buying another subscription? (2) I saw articles on using Outlook.com versus Outlook 365. I do not see the same things so apparently they are different, but why. Should my firstname.lastname@example.org be seen in both? I use the 365 app as I pay for that anyhow. Outlook.com I assume if from my original account signup??! This is confusing and feeling trapped as I have with OneNote 2016 versus OneNote 365 and no way to combine them short of geek city. (3) I forgot to mention a third, so is there any way possible to change my MS Account ID from (no laughs now) email@example.com? I mean I have no need now for any Google garb so is there a way short of canceling my current subscription under the Gmail ID and opening up another, same subscription details, but using my firstname.lastname@example.org as the ID?? The only thing working that I get pretty much between subscriptions and Office versus .com versus app versus ???? is OneDrive. I can see that sync from W10 desktop and my iPhone. I can use OneDrive.com and use the app, it all works. Why doesn't OneNote work that well? Does Outlook work like that? Thanks for the help in advance. Such a Blah conversation. Alan
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What is your best protection for your computer
This is the logic. Antivirus makers update their software. At that time the makers of virus, malware, spyware also improve their techniques. Like Tom & Jerry. We as ordinary users were among them without knowing who has stepped forward in their competition. The question is: Are you sure that an antivirus can protect your system 100% ??? For that reason, I'm just sharing my tips here: 1) Avoid porn sites (teasing the basic human instinct is a clever way to deploy a virus). 2) Avoid gambling sites. 3) Avoid downloading pirated software. 4) Avoid the site offering lure of gifts. 5) Turn on antivirus automatic update. 6) Only install trusted or widely-known software. 7) Only plug in external storage devices that you know where it come from. At least you can detect the culprit if your system get infected. Where it come from. 8) As much as possible, avoid connecting your computer to public networks. Use tethering to your own smartphone if necessary. 9) etc ..... and so on ..... please sharing your tips. Thank you! The chances of threat to computer system much depend on user. Narrowing its chances is the best protection if we can't block it 100%. That's just my opinion. Please sharing if you have another way.
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What do you use to take notes? 📝
What do you use to take notes? 📝 A. Sticky Notes B. OneNote C. Word D. To-do app E. Pen and paper
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App & browser control: Add protection and online security
Use the updated App & browser control settings in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update to configure your Windows Defender SmartScreen. It checks websites and downloads for anything potentially dangerous, such as phishing, malware, viruses, or other online threats. If you are using previous versions of Windows 10, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/app-browser-control-stop-security-risks-before-they-happen/YFoZOOmn27g
Microsoft Password Guidance Robyn Hicock, email@example.com Microsoft Identity Protection Team Purpose This paper provides Microsoft’s recommendations for password management based on current research and lessons from our own experience as one of the largest Identity Providers (IdPs) in the world. It
Password guidance for your users. Here's some password guidance for users in your organization. Make sure to let your users know about these recommendations and enforce the recommended password policies at the organizational level. Don't use a password that is the same or similar to one you use on any other websites.
Password Guidance. Robyn Hicock. May 2016. Download BibTex. This paper provides Microsoft’s recommendations for password management based on current research and lessons from our own experience as one of the largest Identity Providers (IdPs) in the world. It covers recommendations for end users and identity administrators. Microsoft sees over ...
Password management is the first line of defense for your organization, but common standards may yield less protection than you think. Defending against more than 10 million attacks involving passwords each day, we at Microsoft take authentication very seriously. Along the way we’ve learned a thing or two about how to best manage passwords ...