After this update the drives would still map ok, but some or all of the drives would not be visible in File Explorer.
Phishing is the single most common attack that small businesses face. Tactics may change – awareness amongst your staff is your best defence.
It appears that mapped network drives are dropping on Windows 10 machines, even when the user is actively using the machine.
I still meet people who dislike Windows 10, but hating an OS is a pointless exercise. Most of the time this is down to a lack of time spent with or knowledge of, the OS in question. Sometimes it’s from a general dislike of change. Using technology and disliking change is never going to work.
The key is to question every item on the list. Does it need to be there and does it need to be there all the time. Can we restrict where the inbound traffic comes from? Can we change to a non-standard port?
If you’ve been having problems with Internet Explorer 11 failing to start in the last week then you may have fallen foul of a strange convergence of AVG, Internet Explorer and the Trusteer add-in for the same.
The title might suggest that we’re a little behind the curve with this, but there’s a very good reason for asking this question now
Most small business customers that I come across don’t have an IT disaster recovery plan though quite a number agree that they should ‘think about it’.