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Bamboo is a Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Deployment (CD), and release management tool from Atlassian. With it, software development teams can build, test, and deploy confidently.

Is Bamboo the right CI/CD tool for your software development team’s needs? We will help answer that question by discussing its features, pricing, advantages, and disadvantages. And if you are looking to shop around before deciding on a CI/CD tool, we will also reveal some of the top Bamboo alternatives.

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Overview of Bamboo

Bamboo was launched by Atlassian in 2007. The CI/CD tool helps software development teams automate build, test, and release processes in a single workflow. Bamboo provides scalability, reliability, and resilience for teams of all sizes, plus added features like reporting and integrations with other tools and platforms. It is ideal for developers seeking to minimize errors, improve efficiency, and save time and accelerate release cycles

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Enforcing Password Resets for Local Group Users

Admins can force users to reset their respective passwords during their next Windows 11 login by making a few simple changes on a difficult-to-find configuration screen.

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Regardless of the size of your organization, following best practice security procedures are fundamental to your operation and should never be dismissed. One of these fundamental security procedures is the period resetting of a strong login password — a security task that users are understandably reluctant to participate in.

SEE: Use this checklist from TechRepublic Premium to secure your Windows 11 systems.

In Windows 11, administrators of local user accounts can force members to reset their respective passwords on their next login by making a simple change on a specific configuration screen. Navigating to this screen requires a few steps and may involve a less-than-intuitive flip of more than one switch, but doing so will force you users to

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