Windows Defender Application Guard

Edge based on Chromium has updated policy options

Microsoft has declared the Edge ready for enterprise testing, and by doing so we now have MSI installers and new ADMX files. I have previously written that I am impressed by this new browser, and this has not changed, I still think that Edge (Chromium) has potential to be the

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Windows Defender Application Guard – Settings

Let take one more look at the Windows Defender Application Guard. You can find the previous posts about WDAG here: Testing Windows Defender Application Guard on a VM Windows Defender Application Guard In the last post we saw that by default we were not allowed to do copy and paste

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Windows Defender Application Guard

This time let’s give Windows Defender Application Guard a very simple test: You can test this on a physical client or a Hyper-v client, take a look here for the requirements: Testing Windows Defender Application Guard on a VM The test will be done in an enterprise Active Directory domain

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Testing Windows Defender Application Guard on a VM

If you want to test Windows Defender Application Guard your test environment must meet the requirements: A 64-bit computer with minimum 4 cores (logical processors) with CPU virtualization extension, minimum 8GB RAM and 5 GB free space. But what if we want to test this on a virtual Windows 10

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