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AppSense Performance Manager v10.1

AppSense
I am pleased to announce the release of version 10.1 of AppSense Performance Manager. This release continues our commitment to delivering new features, enhancements to existing functionality, and support for the latest Microsoft desktop, server and application delivery technologies. AppSense Performance Manager helps IT teams deliver a highly responsive desktop to users while reducing hardware […]

Introducing AppSense Environment Manager 10.1

AppSense
It seems like yesterday that we unveiled AppSense Environment Manager 10.0, and with it some ground-breaking changes in how we enable our customers to manage and optimize their users’ environments.  Features like the Personalization Operations (PersOps) Console and Virtual Registry/File optimizations have transformed how we optimize applications and logon times and how our customers manage […]

AppSense DesktopNow Update Supports Windows Server 2016 with Citrix XenApp, Expands Protection against Ransomware and Malware

AppSense
New Release Deepens Ransomware Protection Techniques, Extends Windows 10 Support, and is Citrix Ready Verified During Citrix Summit 2017, AppSense, the leading provider of User Environment Management solutions for the secure endpoint, today announced its latest release of DesktopNow with full support for Windows Server 2016 and expanded support for Windows 10. DesktopNow, which has been Citrix Ready […]

Using AppSense Application Manager to Secure Windows Server (Pt. 3 of 3)

AppSense
In Part 2 of this series, we provided the link to our new Server Lockdown Guide, which provided details on using Application Manager and Environment Manager to take control of admins logging onto your infrastructure servers so they can do their job without flouting critical process or security controls. In this post, we’re pleased to provide […]

Microsoft Video: (Part 2) Windows Server 2016 Storage will Blow your Mind

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The second in a three part series covering the amazing storage features found in Windows Server 2016. In this second video we will focus on the amazing capabilities provided by Storage Replica features in Windows Server 2016. [1:10] What is Storage Replica? [2:24] What is Block Level Replication and why is this important vs. file […]

Managing the User Workspace in 2017 Just Got Easier for IT, Thanks to AppSense DesktopNow 10.1

AppSense
2016 was an interesting year for those of us who work in end user computing (EUC). Technology has continued to evolve; user expectations have continued to rise, and the risk of cyberthreats on the user endpoint has increased significantly. Just managing these three elements is a challenge – but trying to balance them can at […]

AppSense DesktopNow 10.1 Debuts at Citrix Summit 2017

AppSense
Today at Citrix Summit 2017 we announced the latest release of DesktopNow, with full support for Windows Server 2016 and expanded support for Windows 10. DesktopNow 10.1 allows IT to leverage the new delivery options and enhanced security and virtualization capabilities made possible by Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. This release adds new layers […]

steadyPRINT Quick Installation Guide – Printer Management for Virtual Desktop Environments

steadyPRINT
This document is to help you perform a steadyPRINT installation and import your print environment. Just follow the steps described in this guide. For more detailed information please refer to the steadyPRINT manual under http://www.steadyprint.com/user-manual/installation.htm. Before the installation, please check the system requirements. The following requirements have to be fulfilled in order to run steadyPRINT on client […]

Using AppSense Application Manager to Secure Windows Server (Pt. 2 of 3)

AppSense
Part 1 in this series (Using AppSense to Secure a Server Estate, With Role-Based Access) covered how to use AppSense to do the following: Take control of who is logging onto your infrastructure servers as an Administrator using Group Policy. Use Application Manager to secure against unwanted file execution while allowing a user elevated admin privileges […]

Auditing Remote Desktop Services Logon Failures – Part 1

PureRDS.org
Today we’re going to tackle one of the most frustrating tasks of a Microsoft Remote Desktop Services administrator – tracking failed logons. Many administrators who have migrated their RDS collections from Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2012 are shocked to find that auditing RDS logons has changed considerably between the two operating systems. Auditing […]
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