Can we do WITHOUT supporting IE11?
Please take a simple yes/no poll on whether you can use another browser other than Interner Explorer 11. The reason: IE11 becomes less and less supported by Microsoft and will soon result in a security liability.
August 17, 2021: Support is now unavailable for Microsoft 365 apps and services on IE11.
Additionally, you should expect no new features when accessing Microsoft 365 apps and services on IE11, and that the daily usage experience for users could get progressively worse over time until the apps and services are disconnected. Banners will be used to communicate and alert users to upcoming changes in experience, such as app or service disconnection and/or redirection. Click here for the source
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Browsers & Cookies
Which browser should I use? As a web-based platform, DRE supports various browsers. We recommend using a recent version of one of the following three browsers: Google Chrome Mozilla Firefox Microsoft Edge Cookies are needed for the functionality of ...
Virtual Machine Types
This article provides a simplified overview of Virtual Machine types available in Microsoft Azure. For a full overview, please have a look at https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/pricing/details/virtual-machines/series/. Make sure to select Region: West ...
LINUX: issues with share RESOLVED
Issue Linux VMs were unable to correctly interact with the share, like creating folders and files. Resolution Unfortunately we have found that the Linux versions right now deployed on myDRE are too divers for a script to work correctly to fix ...
Important! This image may only be deployed in UMC Utrecht workspaces. It is not permitted to deploy the template in a workspace of a different organization. Thanks for understanding. Image available from June 15, 2022 The Windows-UMCU-empty version ...
myDRE is NOT vulnerable for CVE-2022-26809 - Serious Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Workplaces and Servers
Situation Last “patch Tuesday” Microsoft disclosed and fixed a large number of serious vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows. One of these vulnerabilities is identified as CVE-2022-26809 with a CVSS score of 9.8 (scale 1-10). CVE-2022-26809 is a ...