Not everyone knows about the Microsoft Defender Testground website. It’s not a website designed for the typical home Windows 11/10 user, but more for the advanced business user. You see, if you want to test the specific features of Microsoft Defender, then you’ll need a space for that.
Microsoft Defender Testground website
If you want to test the secureness of your virtual desktop infrastructure security intelligence features, then Testground is your best bet. Not only that, but you can also test cloud-delivered protection, and confirm if your system is capable of blocking potentially unwanted applications (PUA) without issues.
Additionally, when it comes down to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint deployment, you should have little to no problems using the Testground website to aid with this task. Now, one must always bear in mind that deploying Windows Defender is a three-phase process.
If you want to see how well Windows Defender works when Network Protection is in play, simply visit Testground, then click on Network Protection. From there, open a suspicious URL and wait for the results.
The Microsoft Defender Testground website was found useful by many and is used for MDE deployment. You can learn more about that by reading Prepare Microsoft Defender for Endpoint deployment on microsoft.com. Here, the software giant explains everything you need to know from start to finish.
Microsoft Defender Testground website is to be decommissioned now!
Yes, you read it right! The plan right now, according to the folks at Microsoft, is to decommission the demo.wd.microsoft.com website. This will take place on 15th March 2022. After the decommission date, the website will no longer be accessible, which is expected at this point.