For our monthly feature, we look at the most popular stories on SearchWindowsServer.com from the previous month and share it with you.
In June, readers wanted to learn what tools could aid a Windows 10 deployment and what to expect from Group Policy in Windows Server 2016.
Patch Tuesday includes Exchange Server, IE and Office fixes
Last month’s Patch Tuesday was relatively light, with Microsoft issuing patches across eight bulletins addressing 45 vulnerabilities. Internet Explorer received a security update that addressed 24 vulnerabilities, while Microsoft Office and Exchange Server received important patches for remote code execution and elevation of privilege vulnerabilities.
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The top tools to deploy Windows 10
With the release of Windows 10 quickly approaching, admins have several first- and third-party tools at their disposal to deploy the operating system, including the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit and SmartDeploy.
Walk through Group Policy in Windows Server 2016
While the structure of Group Policy hasn’t changed in Windows Server 2016, the configuration process is different from previous versions. Admins can edit Group Policies with PowerShell or the Group Policy Editor.
Five tips to manage Microsoft Azure
As Microsoft continues to push its cloud message, resources such as Azure Active Directory Premium and Azure Right Management Services will help admins manage Microsoft Azure with ease.
Deploy Nano Server in Windows Server 2016
Admins looking to deploy Nano Server in Windows Server 2016 may be confused at the lack of an option to do so from Windows Setup. This tip breaks down how to install Nano Server by converting a WIM file into a bootable VHD.
What Windows Server content was most helpful to you last month? Was it something we didn’t cover in our list? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @SearchWinServer.