Episode 1199 – Microsoft Releases Broken Patch, Trust But Verify

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Patches are released frequently for many reasons. Patches are meant to be added to your software/systems but they are new changes and should be verified. This week Microsoft released a patch that caused an unintended bug with domain controllers, this episode talked about a trust but verify approach to your patch process.

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