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Is it possible to use Windows Hello for the authentication in the firstline workers kiosk scenario? So far, I have only come across scenarios in which Windows Hello would verify that a given user is logged in, but the features of Windows Hello actually make it viable to use it for user selection.
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It really doesn't seem like you're listening. Windows Update is intrusive, opaque, and uncontrollable. WaaS is a nightmare for OEMs and IT administrators -- not to mention end users! And WSUS is a confusing hot mess straight out of the early 2000s. I've had a ticket open with the MS Windows OEM team...
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So take the month of July. July Windows 10 updates had a release on the B week - second Tuesday, then a fix to a bsod released on the 16th, then even older Windows 10 releases had a release on the D week even though this blog post says older Windows 10 releases will probably get them on the C week. ...
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@Cordell Melin - thanks for the note. We've fixed the broken link for the Quick guide to Windows as a service in the post.
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Wasn't aware, that MS also ships C and D 'cumulative' updates for Windows 10 ... And I didn't noticed, that MS tries to ship W10 updates on C and D week, to 'test' that stuff before it's shipped on the next months patchday. So all Windows 10 systems without updates deferred will autoinstall (aka: Wi...
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