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VMware VMtools installation with XenDesktop / XenApp 7.x VDAs

It’s time to update this “popular” blog post with latest version from VMware and Citrix products. Many people still install VMware tools 10.0.6 as is and don’t try to optimize this middleware / drivers to work with Citrix VDAs 7.x. To do so, run the setup to proceed to a Custom installation And then click...

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Migrating FSMO roles Windows 2016 Server

At the end of this blog, if you want to go further with 2016 migration (DHCP, ADFS…) go to check Eric (my Norwegian CTP fellow) blog here As Microsoft Windows 2016 became available, it is time to update my lab. Before destroying everything to rebuilt, I like to migrate things and test everything. For this...

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Microsoft Office (Exchange) 365 – RDSH Myth

For many years now, the everything in cloud is happening more and more, among all the services / software available as a services, most of the vendor are promising a cheaper way to manage their software and a much more simple way to manage it.. I know some of you will disagree with what I writing...

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Post Citrix Synergy / E2Evc Dublin 2016

May and June are very busy with conferences every years, this year was no exception. Attending this kind of event is very important for the kind of work we are doing. Knowing what’s happening in the technology world and keeping touch with all the people willing to share their knowledge and experiences have always been...

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Set acls remotely to a VDI / RDSH Delivery Group

In the same way as the previous blog post, some more automation to maintain a VDI/RDSH environment, and get back to a controlled and clean environment. This blog is a follow up to Remotely clean up Virtual Machines drives – XenDesktop , Expand virtual machines hard disk – automation , XenDesktop XenApp 7.x – vmware / ad...

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Remotely clean up Virtual Machines drives – XenDesktop

Following up the previous blogs XenDesktop XenApp 7.x – vmware / ad / delivery group notes and descriptions sync and Expand virtual machines hard disk – automation and continue in automated task, I had to clean up the D: drive of different XenDesktop Delivery Group. As there was no security restriction on the D: drive some users used it...

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Expand virtual machines hard disk – automation

Sometimes, at some customers’s place, with an infrastructure already in place (XenApp with PVS or XenDesktop VDI pooled with PVS) the D: drive is too small. The drive where you redirect Windows Event Logs, Logs (UPM for example and/or other applications – services) This is a drive where page file is often redirected as well...

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