Verifying file signature error when promoting Windows Server 2022 to Domain Controller

Error When promoting a Windows Server 2022 to Domain Controller (DC) you are likely to use the following command When running this on a Windows Server 2022 server even fully up to date you may experience the following error This is actually due to the following file Resolution What next? We understand that it may […]

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How to Move, Extend or Delete the Recovery Partition in Windows Server 2022

By default, the recovery partition is located at the end of the disk which can cause frustration. The default partition size of 500MB also causes Windows Update errors such as 0x80070643 when installing updates such as KB5034439. WARNING: Exercise extreme caution when using the following commands. The commands in this article can delete all data

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Mastering Email Security: A Deep Dive into DMARC, DKIM, and SPF

Email, the backbone of modern communication, has become a battleground for cyber threats and phishing attacks. In the quest for secure communication channels, three acronyms have emerged as the guardians of email integrity: DMARC, DKIM, and SPF. In this blog, we unravel the intricacies of these email security protocols, exploring how they work together to

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Cybersecurity Chronicles – Unravelling the Latest Threats and Defences

In the ever-evolving landscape of the digital world, cybersecurity stands as the bastion between sensitive information and malicious intent. As technology advances, so do the threats that seek to exploit it. This edition of Cybersecurity Chronicles delves into the intricate dance between hackers and defenders, shedding light on the latest threats and the ingenious defences

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Exchange Server 2013 is end of life April 11 2023 so now is the time to migrate to Microsoft 365

For businesses that rely on email communication, Exchange Server has been a popular choice for many years. Exchange Server 2013 was introduced almost a decade ago and has been widely used by businesses of all sizes. However, Microsoft has announced that support for Exchange Server 2013 will end on April 11, 2023. This means that

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