Windows 10: Windows Hello using active directory

Discus and support Windows Hello using active directory in Windows Hello & Lockscreen to solve the problem; I need to enable Windows Hello on my domain joined PC, through active directory, knowing that my PC is Dell 3576 which runs Windows 10 Pro V16299 and... Discussion in 'Windows Hello & Lockscreen' started by KareemM, Aug 26, 2019.

  1. KareemM Win User

    Windows Hello using active directory


    I need to enable Windows Hello on my domain joined PC, through active directory, knowing that my PC is Dell 3576 which runs Windows 10 Pro V16299 and my active directory is running Windows server 2012.


    What group polices should I make, what i should do on the PC?


    I need it step by step, even if my PC does not support this feature.

    :)
     
    KareemM, Aug 26, 2019
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  2. Microsoft Windows, server active directory

    Does anyone know of a good "crash course" for learning the basics for Windows and server active directory?

    I haven't done a whole lot of research on this yet however I figured I would ask the community first...............*Laugh :laugh: Yea I know, I am being lazy.
     
    stinger608, Aug 26, 2019
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  3. Directory Size Utility

    Change Log v1.6

    • Resoved an issue where selecting "Detail" from the "View" drop down would cause duplicates.
    • New "Peek" feature!
      • Selecting something in the Directory column in the Directory view (Left window) while holding "z" will peek into that directory!
      • Double clicking the Directory column in the directory view(Left window) while holding "z" will add the folder.
    • New color coded feature in both Size columns for Detailed view.
    • Exporting to Excel will now Export both Folder (left) and File (right) window. In the excel file the Folder, and File window will be on different sheets.
    • Add a feature to export to older excel 97-2003 (.xls) from the file/export drop down window.
    Download HERE!

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    Mindweaver, Aug 26, 2019
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  4. Drone Win User

    Windows Hello using active directory

    Directory Size Utility

    First of all nice utility, Mindweaver!
    Second of all, it's so nice to see that this section ain't dead.

    I have a few questions/suggestions, maybe you'd want to see ...
    • maybe you rename Get Folder button caption to something more intuitive? Add Folder, Get Folder Size, Check Folder Size or something like that?
    • Could you add subfolder files to the right pane? (it can be a tickbox with include sub dirs)
    • maybe you also add export list to excel?
    • there's delete file button maybe you add delete folder button too?
    • and finally maybe you can add UP button for directories?
     
    Drone, Aug 26, 2019
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