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30
Oct

Adventures in RemoteApp Publishing

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I have been working on implementing a VDI setup for a small to medium sized organization that desires the ability to publish Remoteapps via the RDS Farm. I have a session based deployment that can easily do this, but I also wanted the ability to leverage the Pooled Virtual Machine deployment to host Remoteapps. I […]

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28
Oct

Use PowerShell to Automate Remote Desktop Connection Manager 2.7 Setup

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An issue arises Like many others, I use Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Connection Manager (RDC Man) daily to connect to the Servers I administer. It is a very elegant tool to use.   If you don’t already have it, you can download it from Microsoft at: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44989   Some of my favorite features include: I can […]

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15
Oct

Track where Users login with Active Directory

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In the following post we setup and track the last five computers a user has logged into and store that information in Active Directory for easy reporting.  First we need to allow the users objects the ability to update the comment field. The comment field was selected because it is a multivalued filed. See note. […]

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14
Oct

SCCM vNext Updates and Servicing

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SCCM vNext Feature: Updates and Servicing   Hey everyone!  I have been playing around with the next version of SCCM (currently dubbed vNext) that is as of the time of this post, in Tech Preview 3 (available here). The new functionality of vNext that I want to cover today is Updates and Servicing! What is Updates and Servicing?  Glad […]

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02
Oct

Creating SCOM Alert Count Dashboard using the PowerShell Grid Widget

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Creating dashboard using the PowerShell Grid widget can offer a lot of flexibility in the way you want to consume the data out of Operations Manager. In my experience, however, it can be much more difficult to configure than the other widgets. This post will detail the steps for configuring the dashboard to suit your […]

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