How-to guide for using the Active Directory tool to manage access to your MiServer Managed Windows server.
Welcome to the MiServer Managed Windows Service. Here are some important steps to assist you in connecting to, and administering, your virtual server.
How to stop alert messages and helpdesk tickets from being sent while performing maintenance on a MiServer Windows computer.
Servers subscribed to the Managed OS Windows service are scanned monthly for severity vulnerabilites. The MiServer service is commited to addressing vulnerabilities discovered within the managed OS components of hosted servers; Windows customers are also expected to mitigate vulnerabilities discovered in software components they have installed on top of the managed OS. Examples of customer supported components include but are not limited to Apache, Chrome, Firefox, Java, Microsoft Office, OpenSSL, Oracle, SharePoint, Wireshark, etc.
Background Servers subscribed to the Managed OS Windows service will automatically receive security updates for operating system components on a regular basis, no actions are required on your part to receive these updates. Which Updates are Installed on my Managed Windows Server? The MiServer service will apply these monthly rollup bundles to managed Windows servers: