If you are seeing Error Code 80244022 when trying to run Windows Update on either a workstation or server then it’s likely that computer had its updates deployed via WSUS or a similar patch deployment platform. From time to time the link between the computer and the patch deployment management service will break triggering Error […]
Microsoft is still persistent in getting everyone to upgrade to Windows 10 and like it or not they’re going to keep reminding us by using a nagging notification installed from Windows Updates.
Every now and then I’ll see Error code 0x80244015 when running Windows Updates on a server. The error seems to occur before any available updates can be found. Even though I mostly see error code 0x80244015 on Windows 2008 R2 I assume the easy fix is the same for any other version of Microsoft Windows. Download and install […]
Microsoft is now pushing the Windows 10 upgrade via Windows Update KB3012973 which should be fine for single deployments but what about mass deployments over an enterprise?
Mozilla has decided to block all versions of Adobe Flash in FireFox to protect users from vulnerabilities found in Flash. It’s likely you have the Flash plugin installed on your browsers or if you work in IT you probably already know how risky it can be having an out dated version of Flash installed.
If you’re running a Windows web server you may want to get the latest updates installed. Microsoft has just released Security Bulletin MS15-034 for a vulnerability in HTTP.sys which could Allow Remote Code Execution.
If you are like me and couldn’t be bothered with having to update every application manually then take a look at Ninite. Ninite is extremely easy to use so any most users shouldn’t have a problem with keeping their installed software up to date.