I saw that new firmware recently came out for the SB2, Surface Pro and Surface Laptops.
We are having issues with our Surface Books, Is there going to be new firmware released for the original Surface Books soon?
In a search, I just found someone else asking a similar question on Microsoft Answers and the answer they was given was just to apply the Intune license to the device account the Surface Hub signs into Skype with.
Surface Hub managed by Intune & Licensing via EMS - Microsoft Tech Community -...
No firmware patches for the Surface 3 either.
The Surface 3 didn't even reach the first customers until May 2015.
So, this means the oldest Surface 3s are still less than 3 years old and some are less than 2. Yet, Microsoft still decided these are "older models" that won't get patched?
Is there a setting to require a key press or screen swipe to activate facial recognition so the attempts at facial recognition only happen when you want it to?
Some of our users have turned off Hello or put tape over the camera because unintended screen unlocks and the camera waking up, trying...
How can you set Windows Hello to log you in by facial recognition when you want it to, but not automatically try to recognize and log in every face that walks near the camera or auto login someone who just locked the screen and is trying to walk away from the computer?
I don't even understand how your "network" even relates this feature since the connection is direct between devices and doesn't connect to the local wifi network. I was able to connect two devices that were not even joined to the same wireless networks.
That isn't the answer for this. The network is labeled as "Secured" in the list of available wifi networks, but this feature still doesn't work unless it's set as "Available everywhere."
Clearly, there is some unique requirement that applies only to "Project to My PC."
Has anyone here actually...
For the purposes of the project to PC feature this thread is about, Microsoft actually is determining what is a secure or not secure network.
The problem is, they aren't letting you know what their definition of secure network is.
Without knowing what Microsoft thinks a secure network is, the...
Several guesses here, but Microsoft to simply document exactly what they mean by secure network rather than leaving it to interpretation.
If a secure network means 802.1x network, why not just say 802.1x network instead of "secure network?"
The networks I tried that didn't meet the secret...
Thanks, but that isn't it. I don't a generic description or tips on network security. I need to find specifically what the OS is looking for to label the network as secure or not for the project to PC function.
Networks can be labeled as private or public networks, but I don't see anything...