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Tag: Applications

Deploying the Client Upgrade as an Application

As a rule, you shouldn’t need to do this but there is currently a specific use case where you will. The impact of getting it wrong is not pretty so learn from my mistakes. Then vote on UserVoice to make the whole thing just go away.

Supersedence: Not Just for Unintentional Rollouts Anymore

App Model: Good.  Supersedence: Bad From the start I’ve tried to make the most of the ability to define application dependencies and supersedence relationships.  For instance, we create dependencies for Visual C++ redistributables so that we can identify the apps that rely on those that are not longer supported.  The later however, supersedence, has rightfully […]

How to Handle Driver/Firmware/BIOS Vulnerabilities

It has not been a good year for hardware manufacturers or the companies that slap parts together to create end-user devices. Apparently when they write drivers the put safety first and security was somewhere on the second page. Here’s how I’ve been trying to handle this. If you have a better way, I’d love to hear it.

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