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Veeam Management Pack v8 Update 5 is Now Available!

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Veeam Management Pack (MP) for System Center has always been a great way for enterprises to clearly connect mission-critical applications to the vital systems they run on down to the virtualization and hardware levels. This app-to-metal visibility is truly a requirement in enterprises today, and for organizations who have implemented Microsoft System Center, you have […]

How to patch all your Microsoft Windows Servers and 3rd party installed apps quickly using Ivanti Patch

Jason Samuel
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I’ll be first to admit it’s hard to maintain Windows Server patches, even with a full time patch management team. It seems like there’s always a new exploit which in turn means a new critical security patch around the corner these days. I help advise companies on how to make their environments better but it’s […]

VMware Tools 10.2.0 enables Virtual Machine vNIC exclusion and priority re-ordering

opvizor
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Another very good and helpful article from William Lam, please find his complete post incl. comments here and scroll down for more information. VMware Tools 10.2.0 just GA’ed (release notes / download and open-vm-tools release notes / open-vm-tools download) and this release includes a number of new features like an offline bundle for VMware Tools VIB for ESXi and support for […]

IGEL Technology Year in Review with Jed Ayres – Podcast Episode 296

IGEL Technology
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In episode 296, Douglas Brown interviews Jed Ayres, CEO and President of the Americas and Global Chief Marketing Officer at IGEL Technology. Douglas and Jed discuss IGEL’s year in review! Jed updates us on the who, what, why of this amazing growth IGEL experienced in 2017 along with a bit about IGEL’s upcoming DISRUPT EUC […]

Delivering Superior User Experience with the Fluendo Multi-Media Codec Pack on the IGEL OS – Podcast Episode 294

IGEL Technology
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In episode 294, Douglas Brown interviews Matthias Haas, Chief Technology Officer at IGEL Technology and Alex Fernández, Sales Director at Fluendo.  Matthias and Alex discuss the benefits of the Fluendo multimedia codec pack, why it is important for delivering a great user experience, how it delivers, how to implement, along with a bit about the […]

Using Microsoft SCOM to Monitor Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop: What Are Your Choices?

eG Innovations
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Not surprisingly, many organizations that use Citrix technologies for remote desktop and application access are Microsoft Windows shops. Many of these organizations already have a deployment of Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) for infrastructure monitoring. While SCOM is a great tool for monitoring Microsoft applications, there is no native support for monitoring Citrix XenApp […]

Microsoft: DHCP 2016 and 2012 R2 Management Pack Release

Microsoft
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We are listening to customers’ requests on User Voice. The issues reported on DHCP MP have been rectified and we have released a new version of the MP. You can download the Microsoft System Center Management Pack for Windows Server DHCP 2016 here and DHCP 2012 R2 MP here. The MP has below fixes DHCP […]

Microsoft System Center Updates Publisher September 2017 Preview is now available

Microsoft
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System Center Updates Publisher (SCUP) Preview 2 is now available. If this is your first time looking at the SCUP Preview check out the announcement for Preview 1 here. In SCUP Preview 2, the update catalog format has been enhanced to provide a better experience for users when consuming large update catalogs.  Improvement include: Indexing […]

890% Growth and Still Growing, Why all the Fuss About IGEL Technology? – Podcast Episode 288

IGEL Technology
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In episode 288, Douglas Brown interviews Jed Ayres, CEO and President of the Americas and Global Chief Marketing Officer at IGEL Technology. Douglas and Jed update us on what’s new at IGEL, their 800% growth, the upcoming VMworld 2017 festivities (hence IGEL is giving away a Tesla to one lucky winner), what’s coming in the […]

Citrix: Agent-Based Management Systems in XenApp RDSH & VDI Environments

Citrix Systems
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I still hear a lot of talk and debate about using traditional PC management products (e.g. Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, BigFix, LANdesk) in virtualized environments. Some admins/architects cannot understand why anyone would move away from these existing tools just because their desktops and apps are moving into a virtual world. Others have the opposite reaction, […]

Microsoft KB: Configuration Manager 2007 client operations fail after you install a May 2017 security update for Windows Server 2008 R2

Microsoft
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We have released a new KB article Configuration Manager 2007 client operations fail after you install a May 2017 security update for Windows Server 2008 R2 which contains a solution to the following issue: Client-related operations fail in an installation of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 that has the server locator point (SLP) role […]

Microsoft: Monitoring Large DPM Deployments with SCOM

Microsoft
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DPM can backup a variety of workloads as SQL, SharePoint, Exchange, Hyper-V VMs, File Servers, among others. One way to monitor the DPM servers centrally is using SCOM. In this blog, our guest, John Joyner,  talks about leveraging Central Console for multi site backup management. The combination of DPM and SCOM is beneficial to distributed enterprises […]

Microsoft System Center Updates Publisher June 2017 Preview is Now Available

Microsoft
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Today we are announcing availability of System Center Updates Publisher (SCUP) Preview.  Many of you are using SCUP 2011 now to: Import updates from external catalogs (non-Microsoft update catalogs). Modify update definitions including applicability, and deployment metadata. Export updates to external catalogs. Publish updates to an update server. This SCUP preview adds support for Windows […]

New – Managed Device Authentication for Amazon WorkSpaces

Amazon Web Services
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Amazon WorkSpaces allows you to access a virtual desktop in the cloud from the web and from a wide variety of desktop and mobile devices. This flexibility makes WorkSpaces ideal for environments where users have the ability to use their existing devices (often known as BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device). In these environments, organizations […]

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