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Microsoft announces changes to Microsoft 365 and Office 365 to address European competition concerns


EU-Kartellverfahren: Microsoft entfernt Teams aus Office-Paket

Die Änderung gilt ab 1. Oktober. Betroffen sind Office 365 und Microsoft 365 für Geschäftskunden im Europäischen Wirtschaftsraum und der Schweiz.




Microsoft announces changes to Microsoft 365 and Office 365 to address European competition concerns

New subscription structure for Microsoft 365 in Europe




Changes to Microsoft 365 Business suites:

Microsoft 365 Business suites will coexist with the new lineup. Customers in the EEA and Switzerland will be able to choose between the existing Microsoft 365 Business Basic,

Microsoft 365 Business Standard, and Microsoft 365 Business Premium suites with Teams or the new EEA-specific versions of those suites without Teams.




USG FLEX vs. USG FLEX H-Serie – Vorteile

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1) Überblick

Worry-Free Business Security (On-Premises) and Worry-Free Business Security Services (WFBS-SVC) minimal Windows requirements for ACS (Azure Code Signing)

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Worry-Free Business Security (On-Premises) and Worry-Free Business Security Services (WFBS-SVC) minimal Windows requirements for ACS (Azure Code Signing)
Product/Version includes:Worry-Free Business Security Advanced , Worry-Free Business Security Standard , Worry-Free Business Security Services , View More
Update Date: 2023/05/29
Article Number: 000291908
Category: Install, Update

Microsoft requires security vendors to sign binaries using ACS. WFBS (On-Premises) and WFBS-SVC will be changing to this new certificate accordingly. However, a minimal update of the Microsoft KB will be required to support this new certificate.


Customers who do not have the minimum OS build/patch of Microsoft Windows after February 18, 2023 may encounter the following errors:

  • Agent Program and Services may not work properly.
  • There will be a reporting issue between the Windows Security Center (WSC) and the Trend Micro Security Agent which could result to the agent co-existing with Windows Defender. This could possibly lead to slow login, application lockup, or machine unresponsiveness.

To prevent this situation, Trend Micro will add a mechanism to the products to check whether ACS is already supported on the machine. If minimum OS build/patch of Microsoft Windows is not applied, it will prevent security agent fresh installation and agent hot fix after February 18, 2023.

Agent Program Upgrade blocking on non-ACS machines is a best effort implementation to prevent accidental deployment of new build on non-ACS compliant system. The ACS complaint detection logic however may not work correctly on some environment. Customers are strongly advised to apply appropriate MS KB to enable ACS support before deploying WFBS Patch 2472 or later.

Check Mechanism Release Schedule

  • Worry-Free Business Security Services (WFBS-SVC): January 9, 2022 Hot fix Maintenance
  • Worry-Free Business Security (On-Premises): To be included in all patches released after Patch 2459.

Customers who will be performing an update or install newer builds released after February 18, 2023 must have applied a minimum Microsoft Windows patch depending on the version of Windows you have deployed mentioned on the article, IMPORTANT BULLETIN: Trend Micro Server and Endpoint Protection Agent Minimum Windows Version Requirements for Updated Binaries After Mid-February 2023.

For machines that do not allow “trusted root CA auto update” or are in air-gapped or otherwise locked down environments, please make sure to apply Microsoft Identity Verification Root Certificate Authority 2020. A tool can be utilized for this by following the steps mentioned in this KB article. You may use the command EasyFixSysCerts.exe A1 .

Customers who have questions are encouraged to contact Trend Micro Technical Support for further assistance.

Windows 10 Home und Pro – Version 22H2 – Supportende 14. Oktober 2025

Quelle: Roadmap

Windows 10 support lifecycle

As documented on the Windows 10 Enterprise and Education and Windows 10 Home and Pro lifecycle pages, Windows 10 will reach end of support on October 14, 2025. The current version, 22H2, will be the final version of Windows 10, and all editions will remain in support with monthly security update releases through that date. Existing LTSC releases will continue to receive updates beyond that date based on their specific lifecycles.


  • We highly encourage you to transition to Windows 11 now as there won’t be any additional Windows 10 feature updates.
  • If you and/or your organization must remain on Windows 10 for now, please update to Windows 10, version 22H2 to continue receiving monthly security update releases through October 14, 2025. See how you can quickly do this via a servicing enablement package in How to get the Windows 10 2022 Update.

The final end of support date for Windows 10 does not change with this announcement; these dates can be found on the Windows 10 Lifecycle page.


Quelle: Link

Windows 10 Home und Pro

Windows 10 Home und Pro folgen der Modern-Lifecycle-Richtlinie.

Dies gilt für die folgenden Editionen: Home, Pro, Pro Education, Pro for Workstations


Ab Windows 10, Version 21H2 (das Windows 10 November 2021 Update), werden Funktionsupdates jährlich in der zweiten Hälfte des Jahres über den Kanal für allgemeine Verfügbarkeit veröffentlicht. Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier. Microsoft wird bis zum 14. Oktober 2025 weiterhin mindestens einen Windows 10-Kanal unterstützen.

Die Supportzeiträume werden in Pacific Time (PT) für Redmond (Washington, USA) angegeben.


Auflistung Startdatum Deaktivierungsdatum
Windows 10 Home und Pro 29. Juli 2015 14. Okt. 2025


Version Startdatum Enddatum
Version 22H2 18. Okt. 2022 14. Okt. 2025
Version 21H2 16. Nov. 2021 13. Juni 2023
Version 21H1 18. Mai 2021 13. Dez. 2022
Version 20H2 20. Okt. 2020 10. Mai 2022
Version 2004 27. Mai 2020 14. Dez. 2021
Version 1909 12. Nov. 2019 11. Mai 2021
Version 1903 21. Mai 2019 8. Dez. 2020
Version 1809 13. Nov. 2018 10. Nov. 2020
Version 1803 30. Apr. 2018 12. Nov. 2019
Version 1709 17. Okt. 2017 9. Apr. 2019
Version 1703 11. Apr. 2017 9. Okt. 2018
Version 1607 2. Aug. 2016 10. Apr. 2018
Version 1511 10. Nov. 2015 10. Okt. 2017
Version 1507 29. Juli 2015 9. Mai 2017


Microsoft Pricing update 1 April 2023

Pricing update 1 April 2023

Microsoft is dedicated to harmonizing its prices for cloud services and adjusting for local currency fluctuation within the European region. For this reason, starting from April 1, 2023, Microsoft is making changes to their pricelists for the following currencies:

  • Euro (EUR)
  • Swedish Krona (SEK)
  • Norwegian Krone (NOK)
  • Danish Krone (DKK)
  • British pound (GBP)


The table below illustrates the price increase (in percentage) for the currencies, to better align to global levels:


Price increase (in %)
British Pound 9
Danish Krone 11
Euros 11
Norwegian Krone 11
Swedish krona 15

Azure customers

For Azure customers who buy the services through NCE with the Microsoft Customer Agreement (MCA), Azure is priced in United States Dollars (USD) worldwide.

USD global pricing provides customers with transparent and competitive rates that can easily be compared to competitor pricing. However, a customer buys – from a partner in the Cloud Solution Provider program, from a Microsoft seller, or from Customers who purchase Azure through the MCA will not see their prices impacted by these local currency adjustments. Local currency billing rates for Azure through the MCA are calculated monthly and published on

Business customers

For business customers, these pricing changes will not affect existing orders under commercial licensing agreements (for services that are subject to price protection – i.e., price protected services aren’t affected until renewal). However, prices for new service additions under these licensing agreements and purchases and new contracts will be subject to the pricelist changes when the customer places an order. Customers buying cloud services in the currencies mentioned above, will continue to find equivalent Microsoft cloud offers highly competitive.

Windows 11 Home and Pro – Modern Lifecycle Policy.

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Windows 11 Home and Pro

Windows 11 Home and Pro follows the Modern Lifecycle Policy.

This applies to the following editions: Home, Pro, Pro Education, Pro for Workstations, SE

Support dates are shown in the Pacific Time Zone (PT) – Redmond, WA, USA.

Support Dates

Listing Start Date Retirement Date
Windows 11 Home and Pro Oct 4, 2021 In Support


Version Start Date End Date
Version 22H2 Sep 20, 2022 Oct 8, 2024
Version 21H2 Oct 4, 2021 Oct 10, 2023