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  1. Microsoft releases its first Windows Server post-2004 Insider Preview It's been about a month and a half since we saw a new Windows Server Insider Preview build, and that was build 19035. Today, Microsoft released build 19551, and the significance here is that this is the first post-2004 build, meaning the first preview of the next version of the OS. Interestingly, the actual RTM build of Windows 10 version 2004 is 19041, and that's going to be serviced for the next few months. Windows Server Insiders aren't going to see those previews. On the Server side of things, Insiders will just be testing out vNext. What's unclear is what's actually new in the build, because Microsoft hasn't actually published any release notes. This is typical for new Server builds, and while it's unclear why Microsoft can't time the release and the blog post together, there will likely be something published by the end of the day. What we do know is that vNext isn't tied to a specific release of Windows anymore, and this is the new way of Insider testing. Microsoft is just going to start throwing new features out there, and on the client side of things, eventually it will be split off into the Slow ring for a release. For Windows Server, it's unclear how this will work, unless Microsoft is just going to keep seeding active development branch builds to Server Insiders, so they'll never be able to tell what they're actually testing. There's also a new SDK Preview build out today, which is also build 19551. Of course, there are no release notes for that either. Update: The blog post for the Server build is now live. Source: Microsoft releases its first Windows Server post-2004 Insider Preview (Neowin)
  2. It's been a few weeks since Microsoft last released a new build of Windows Server to Insiders, but today, build 19035 is available to download. As usual, the build number aligns with the first Windows 10 build released in the Fast ring last week, though releases have been so frequent there that there's already a newer build available. Also as usual, there's no blog post for this build yet, so there's no information on what's new in this release. If Windows 10 development is anything to go by, though, it's likely that there are only fixes and minor improvements here, since the next major update is expected to RTM sometime this month. If you'd like to download the latest build of Windows Server, you can do so from the Windows Insider website. There are also corresponding builds of the Wndows Server Language Packs and the Windows Server App Compatibility FoD. In addition to a new Windows Server build, there's also the usual SDK build, which is also number 19035. Just like Windows Server, there's no changelog for this build, but it's unlikely there are any major additions. You can download the SDK from here, as all as the corresponding builds of the ADK, WDK, and HLK. Source: Microsoft releases Windows Server build 19035 to Insiders (via Neowin)
  3. It's been three weeks since Microsoft released Windows Server Insider Preview build 19008, so we're due for a new one. Today's build is number 19023, coinciding with the build number for the Windows 10 client build that was released last Tuesday. As usual, Microsoft has released the build, but it hasn't published a blog post to say what's new. It's unclear why the company is unable to publish blog posts at the same time as the build itself, but it's safe to say that it will announce something later on today. In the meantime, you can probably assume that there isn't anything new, or at least anything meaningful. Windows 10 20H1 isn't really getting new features at this point, and we're expecting it to RTM some time next month. This build likely only contains some bug fixes. While Microsoft has been testing Windows Server 20H1 with Insiders, 19H2 has pretty much flown under the radar. It was released last week though, alongside of Windows 10 version 1909. Like Windows 10 client, it doesn't contain much in the way of new features, focusing on reliability instead. If you want to download the new Windows Server build, you can find it here. Update: Microsoft has now published a blog post for Windows Server build 19023. There is still nothing new. Source: Microsoft releases Windows Server Insider Preview build 19023 (via Neowin)
  4. Microsoft releases Windows Server vNext Insider build 18334 and Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 18334 Following the release of Windows 10 Insider build 18334 last week, Microsoft has just released the build 18334 for Windows Server vNext, the next Semi-Annual Channel release for the server OS. This new build brings a new Task Scheduler (Taskschd.msc) for the Server Core App Compatibility feature on demand (FOD), a feature which was introduced in Windows Server 2019 and Windows Server version 1809. In addition to this new Windows Server build, Microsoft also released today the Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 18334 for developers. It’s hard to spot any significant changes from blog post to blog post, but Microsoft mentioned the usual bug fixes and API changes. The new Windows Server build is available to download from the Windows Server Insider Preview download page, and the new preview SDK build can be found on the developer section of Microsoft’s Windows Insider website. We hope to get another Windows 10 Insider build this week, but since the last one (18334) was released last Friday, we may have to wait a bit for the next flight. Source
  5. IT staff are not often the fastest to install patches, lest they cause more issues than they solve, but a new vulnerability in all versions of Windows 10 and Windows Server suggests they may need to rethink that policy. The CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) today issued CVE-2018-8626 for a Windows DNS server heap overflow vulnerability. The remote code execution flaw in Windows DNS servers will allow unauthorized actors to run arbitrary code in the context of the Local System Account. Windows PCs and servers configured as DNS servers are at risk. As if synchronized, Microsoft also issued an advisory for CVE-2018-8611, a Windows kernel elevation of privilege bug that would let a hacker run arbitrary code in kernel mode. They could then install programs and view, change, or delete data, or create new accounts with full user rights. Fortunately, the DNS server exploit has not been released yet, but smarter hackers are often able to reverse engineer exploits from patches. The privilege elevation vulnerability is already being exploited in the wild source
  6. Microsoft has just announced the release of Windows Server vNext Insider Preview Build 18298. This build is for the next Semi-Annual Channel release for the server OS, which should be named Windows Server version 1903. There are a couple of new features in this build including support for Network Policies using Tigera Calico for Windows Containers, and you can learn more below. We invite you to check the full blog post for more details on bug fixes and known issues As usual, Windows Server Insiders can get this latest build from the Windows Server Insider Preview download page. Microsoft mentioned that it plans to introduce new networking features in early 2019, and we’ll let you know as soon as we get more information. source
  7. Cyber-security firm enSilo has released a patch for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that will protect against attacks via ESTEEMAUDIT, a hacking tool dumped online by the Shadow Brokers last month, and allegedly developed by the NSA. At the technical level, ESTEEMAUDIT is a zero-day in the RDP protocol used by Windows to open desktop sessions on remote computers. An analysis of this exploit reveals its usability for breaking into computers with open RDP ports, or for moving laterally inside a network that features PCs with open RDP connections. Microsoft didn't patch against ESTEEMAUDIT attacks enSilo researchers developed a patch for ESTEEMAUDIT because Microsoft has not provided security updates to protect against this zero-day. This is because ESTEEMAUDIT only works on Windows XP and Windows 2003, two operating system that Microsoft stopped supporting in 2014, and 2015, respectively. After the Shadow Brokers dumped a collection of NSA hacking tools on April 14, a day later, Microsoft announced that its engineers had secretly patched Windows against most exploits a month earlier, in March. ESTEEMAUDIT is one of the exploits that didn't receive a patch, along with ENGLISHMANSDENTIST and EXPLODINGCAN. Does Microsoft have an ESTEEMAUDIT patch laying around? After the WannaCry ransomware outbreak, Microsoft did something uncharacteristic and issued an update for Windows XP, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2003, all unsupported versions of its OS. This out-of-band security update patched the older OS versions against the ETERNALBLUE exploit, used by the WannaCry ransomware. Later it was discovered that Microsoft had created the ETERNALBLUE patch in February, but didn't release it, for unknown reasons. Furthermore, the Washington Post found out that the NSA had reached out to Microsoft earlier in the year, to tell the company about the stolen exploits and their capabilities. This is the reason why Microsoft had released patches since March, a month before the actual Shadow Brokers dump. If Microsoft has a patch for the ESTEEMAUDIT exploit stockpiled on one of its servers, we'll never know. In the meantime, XP and Windows Server 2003 users can utilize enSilo's patch to protect against attacks with ESTEEMAUDIT. enSilo hotpatch available for download The security company says the patch — which can be downloaded from here — works on Windows XP SP3 x86, Windows XP SP3 x64, and Windows Server 2003 R2. The patch is direly needed. Despite the advanced age of both operating systems, both are still very popular. For example, Windows XP remains the third most popular OS on the market today, accounting for 7% of all operating systems in use today. Similarly, Windows Server 2003 is currently used by 18% of all organizations today, accounting for more than 600,000 web-facing computers, which host upwards of 175 million websites. Besides applying the enSilo patch, users can disable RDP as an alternative method of protecting their systems. Source
  8. The Windows Insider Program for PCs kicked off in October of 2014, joined a few months later by its Mobile counterpart. Following in the footsteps of Office, then Skype, and Visual Studio, Windows Server is now also part of the Insider Program. In a post on the Hybrid Cloud blog, Erin Chapple, the GM of Windows Server, details that the help of the community, and the feedback gathered through five previews of Windows Server 2016, has been instrumental in "shaping and refining the experience and functionality" for the final product. One thing testers stated is that they wanted to more frequently get access to builds of Server in order to implement fixes and test features. For that reason, Windows Server is now part of the Insider Program. Chapple goes on to state that Insiders will get to try out a "container-optimized" image of Nano Server, which will be obtainable through the Docker Hub. Specifically, this will bring the work done on .NET Core 2.0 to containers, thus helping to "reduce the footprint of the .NET container image by at least 50 percent.", which translates into "reduced startup time as well as density improvements." Taking Microsoft's Linux integration even further, Erin Chapple also says that those who sign-up will get to make use of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), commonly known as Bash on Windows, on their Windows Server installs. In essence, developers and app administrators will be able to "use the same scripts, tools, procedures and container images they have been using for Linux containers on their Windows Server container host." This approach allows for Hyper-V and the Linux kernel of choice to "host the workload", while the tools and management scripts on the host make use of WSL. In terms of so-called "container orchestration", Insiders will also be able to take advantage of two new features geared towards Kubernetes-based clusters. Specifically, the ability to add a network interface to an already running container, as well as a "first step" at sharing a network interface between two containers "to support pods." Chapple also went on to say: Lastly, since SQL Server seems to be the most common container image used, the issue of container storage has cropped up a few times. This will now be solved with via the ability to "map SMB file-based storage directly into a container", whereas this was only available until now via locally mounted volumes, which connected the storage from the host into the container. The features described above will be coming to users with Software Assurance who choose "a more frequent release model" in Windows Server's "first feature release this Fall", which brings it in lockstep with Office and Windows. Those on the long-term servicing branch (LTSB) will be getting these same capabilities as part of Server's next major release. While not here just yet, the Windows Server preview builds are expected to start appearing this summer, with all Windows Insiders who want to download and test them being able to do so. The announcement regarding availability will be made via the Windows Server blog and Windows Insider forums. Source
  9. Windows SuperAIO v4 181-in-1 en-US DaRT7-8.1 | 27.8 GB Murphy78 Presents - Windows SuperAIO v4 181-in-1 en-US DaRT7-8.1No Windows Settings were harmed in the making of this ISO.No Programs are added to Windows.No Registry Settings were modified.No Unattended Settings were added to the ISO.Hashes : Release File: Win7-2008r2-8-2012-81-2012r2-SuperAIO-en-US-v4.isoSize: 27.8 GBSHA-1: CF306DE3773A94FD1F2A7C3FBA31047277C2376F - *NOTICE* - murphy78 presents Windows Super AIO v4 181-in-1 All install indexes are directly from the microsoft files. The only indexes that were modified were ProWMC to set-edition Installation Indexes:Windows 7 Starter / N / SP1 x86Windows 7 Home Basic / N / SP1 x86 / x64Windows 7 Home Premium / N / SP1 x86 / x64Windows 7 Professional / N / VL / SP1 x86 / x64Windows 7 Ultimate / N / SP1 x86 / x64Windows 7 Enterprise / N / SP1 x86 / x64Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 Hyper-VWindows Server 2008 R2 / SP1 x64 HPCWindows Server 2008 R2 / VL / SP1 x64 Standard / CoreWindows Server 2008 R2 / VL / SP1 x64 Enterprise / CoreWindows Server 2008 R2 / VL / SP1 x64 Data Center / CoreWindows Server 2008 R2 / VL / SP1 x64 Web / CoreWindows 8 (Core) / N x86 / x64Windows 8 Pro / N x86 / x64Windows 8 Pro VL / N VL x86 / x64Windows 8 Pro with Media Center x86 / x64Windows 8 Enterprise / N x86 / x64Windows Server 2012 x64 Hyper-VWindows Server 2012 / VL x64 Standard / CoreWindows Server 2012 / VL x64 Data Center / CoreWindows Server 2012 x64 EssentialsWindows Server 2012 x64 FoundationWindows Server 2012 x64 Storage Standard / WorkgroupWindows Server 2012 x64 MultiPoint Standard / PremiumWindows 8.1 (Core) / N / Update x86 / x64Windows 8.1 (Core) SL / Update x86 / x64Windows 8.1 Pro / N / Update x86 / x64Windows 8.1 Pro VL / N VL / Update x86 / x64Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center / Update x86 / x64Windows 8.1 Enterprise / N / Update x86 / x64Windows Server 2012 R2 x64 Hyper-vWindows Server 2012 R2 / VL / Update x64 Standard / CoreWindows Server 2012 R2 / VL / Update x64 Data Center / CoreWindows Server 2012 R2 / Update x64 EssentialsWindows Server 2012 R2 / Update x64 FoundationWindows Server 2012 R2 / Update x64 Storage Workgroup / StandardLanguage: en-US (English - United States) More Information Credits: MicroSoft, murphy78, and a minor credit to generalmx for the winpe subfolder parse for winpe. Thx to: a few friends who helped me with a few isos. You know who you are, and you rule :)Enjoy the V4 Epicness, murphy78-TPB/MDL :) DOWNLOAD HERE [ MAGNET LINK ] magnet:?xt=urn:btih:9299817235f77369014fa814479e3a95353b79b5&dn=Windows+SuperAIO+v4+181-in-1+en-US+DaRT7-8.1+-+murphy78&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.openbittorrent.com%3A80&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.publicbt.com%3A80&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.istole.it%3A6969&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker-ccc.de%3A6969&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Fopen.demonii.com%3A1337
  10. ​ Windows SuperAIO v3 83-in-1 en-US Dec2013 Full Version | 12.6 GB RULES ! 1. Hit like button if you like this topic. 2. Read and Enjoy ! :P :showoff: Please visit my other topics :showoff: - Windows SuperAIO v2 73 in 1 by Murphy78 - Windows 7 SP1 AIO 15 in 1 by Murphy78 - Windows 8.1 AIO 20 in 1 Pre-Activated by Murphy78 This will NOT fit on a DVDR. Use a Blu-Ray or an 16GB+ NTFS formatted USB flash drive. It will only work on MBR formatted BIOS-Booting systems, no UEFI. No Windows Settings were harmed in the making of this ISO. No Programs are added to Windows. No Registry Settings were modified. No Unattended Settings were added to the ISO. Windows Super AIO v3 83-in-1, This has no extra features or modifications, and is intended for IT pros. Most unmodified Indexes straight from the RTM source discs. The only exception is Win7. I have included Win7 updated with IE11, USB3, network drivers, and the IE11 prereqs. The usb3 and network drivers are also present on the DaRT7 boot indexes for support. Installation Indexes: Windows 7 Starter / N SP1 x86 Windows 7 Home Basic / N SP1 x86/x64 Windows 7 Home Premium / N SP1 x86/x64 Windows 7 Professional / N SP1 x86/x64 Windows 7 Ultimate / N SP1 x86/x64 Windows 7 Enterprise / N SP1 x86/x64 Windows Server 2008r2 x64 Standard/Core Windows Server 2008r2 x64 Enterprise/Core Windows Server 2008r2 x64 Data Center/Core Windows Server 2008r2 x64 Web/Core Windows 8.0 (Core) / N x86/x64 Windows 8.0 Pro / N x86/x64 Windows 8.0 Pro VL / N VL x86/x64 Windows 8.0 Pro with Media Center x86/x64 Windows 8.0 Enterprise / N x86/x64 Windows Server 2012 x64 MultiPoint Standard/Premium Windows Server 2012 x64 Standard/Core Windows Server 2012 x64 Data Center/Core Windows 8.1 (Core) / N x86/x64 Windows 8.1 (Core) Single Language x86/x64 Windows 8.1 Pro / N x86/x64 Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center x86/x64 Windows 8.1 Pro VL / N VL x86/x64 Windows 8.1 Enterprise / N x86/x64 Windows Server 2012r2 x64 HyperCore Windows Server 2012r2 x64 Essentials Windows Server 2012r2 x64 Standard/Core Windows Server 2012r2 x64 Data Center/Core Windows Server 2012r2 x64 Foundation Windows Server 2012r2 x64 Storage Workgroup/Standard Release File: Win7-8-2008r2-2012-81-2012r2-SuperAIO-en-US-v3.iso Size: 12.5 GB SHA-1: 91F2C56BA938B61C3F242F3718BB440E00A57846 Language: en-US (English – United States) Tools used: DaRT 7.0, 8.1 imagex for ProWMC flag, renaming dism for ProWMC /set-edition, install.esd recovery compression oscdimg for ISO mastering Changes: -Switched to install.esd recovery compression to allow this to fiton a 16gb flash drive. -Win7 and DaRT7 usb3, network drivers, IE11 (win7) -Re-Added DaRT support in the boot options as promised on v2 release -Added some Win8.1 VL indexes and N versions. All of them are pre-GA RTM. DOWNLOAD HERE [ TUSFILES - 13 PART ] http://pastebin.com/61jD21bw TUSFILES LINK PASSWORD : www.software182.net OR DOWNLOAD HERE [ OFFICIAL MAGNET LINK FROM MURPHY78 ] magnet:?xt=urn:btih:37c5befb3c12cbdfa375ed1736ed021e1879ffb7&dn=Windows+SuperAIO+v3+83-in-1+%287+8+2008r2+2012+8.1+2012r2%29+en-US+D&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.openbittorrent.com%3A80&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.publicbt.com%3A80&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.istole.it%3A6969&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.ccc.de%3A80&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Fopen.demonii.com%3A1337 Enjoy Pirates, murphy78-TPB/MDL ;)
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