Category Archives: Security

Publishing Work Folders with Web Application Proxy

Work Folders and the Web Application Proxy are probably two of the most exciting new features in Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1. These features create a whole lot of new possibilities for Bring Your Own Devices to provide … Continue reading

Posted in Security, Web Application Proxy, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Work Folders | 7 Comments

Demystifying AppContainers (Part II)

In my previous post I explained how Windows 8 uses AppContainers to create a sandbox for Modern UI Apps. Capabilities define what an App can do outside of the sandbox. An app is required to use use specific API calls … Continue reading

Posted in Internet Explorer, Security, Windows 8 | Leave a comment

Demystifying AppContainers in Windows 8 (Part I)

The introduction of Modern UI apps in Windows 8 has added a whole new layer of security in the operating system. Modern UI apps can be installed by standard users. In order to keep the system secure with all this … Continue reading

Posted in Security, Windows 8 | 5 Comments