Get Started with Windows Update for Business (WUfB)

You may have seen the option to use Windows Update for Business and wondering what it brings to the table when compared to WSUS and SCCM. Windows Update for Business (WUfB) is a good way of simplifying and automating the deployment of Windows Updates without using any on-premises infrastructure. The downside is that you do... Continue Reading →

Video Walkthrough: Microsoft Deployment Toolkit for the Enthusiast, Home or Small Business

I have recently published a video walkthrough covering how to use Microsoft Deployment Toolkit to create customised standalone install image of Windows 10. It is directed towards enthusiasts, IT professional's for small businesses, or anyone who wants to create custom images and doesn't have access to volume licensing, an Active Directory domain, or a lot... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit for the Enthusiast, Home or Small Business

This article is directed towards enthusiasts, IT professional's for small businesses, or anyone who wants to create custom images and doesn't have volume licensing, an Active Directory domain, or a lot of server infrastructure. I have also recently published a video walkthrough covering this to my YouTube channel. I hope this article is useful to... Continue Reading →

Installing Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and Deploying Windows 10 – From Scratch!

If you've read my other posts you'll know that usually I make a post focusing on building a reference image and then another post on deploying that image. This post is very similar but I'm going to streamline things by just covering the installation of MDT, and deploying Windows 10 1909. I have also recently... Continue Reading →

Video Walkthrough: Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and Deploying Windows 10

I've made a video walkthrough covering installing Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and deploying Windows 10. The video follows my previous posts on the subject, but I've added some additional useful information to cover silent application installation and I also touch on driver management. I intend to write a post that covers the same subjects as this... Continue Reading →

Resurrecting the Windows Photo Viewer

I've avoided posting about this for a while mostly because I thought Windows Photo Viewer would get removed. But it's still there in Windows 10 1909 and it's still good - even though it doesn't play animated GIFs and hasn't been updated since the time of Windows 7. Here's how to enable it in Windows... Continue Reading →

In-Place Upgrade to Windows 10 1909 November 2019 Update (19H2) with MDT

2019-11-12: Microsoft have confirmed on Twitter that there will be no updated ADK for Windows 10 1909, so keep using ADK 1903 with the fix as noted below. 2019-10-24: At the time of writing there is no ADK for Windows 10 1909 November 2019 Update (19H2), so I've tested this walkthrough using the ADK for... Continue Reading →

Bash Bunny Payload: Garfield steals passwords with LaZagne

The Bash Bunny is a USB attack platform developed by Hak5 a security research group. It's a  device that looks like a USB memory stick, except it is a small computer running a Debian based Linux OS with a desktop class SSD and a quad core ARM processor. It can be configured to be a... Continue Reading →

Bash Bunny Primer

The Bash Bunny is a USB attack platform developed by Hak5 a security research group specialising in the development of network/system penetration testing tools and educational content. If you'd like to find out more information, you can find them here: Twitter | YouTube | Hak5.org The Bash Bunny is an excellent pentesting tool. It looks... Continue Reading →

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