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VMware Access Point Radius two-factor authentication with SafeNet (SAS) –

Security is king, always has been and always will be. For a customer we are deploying a new environment with VMware Horizon 7 as the employees destination. To give them remote access we are deploying VMware Access points in the perimeter network. VMware Access point is a new solution (not so new anymore) that replaced […]

Deploying VMware Access Point with PowerShell

In my previous article I wrote about deploying VMware Access point and SafeNet Radius two factor authentication. If you want to read about that, you will find the link here. – link – I thought it might be interesting also to see how to deploy the VMware Access Point (version 2.7.2) with the PowerShell. Its […]

Microsoft: Tips and Tricks from PowerShell Core Validation

It has been a privilege for the CAT team to work with customers and the PowerShell team to validate early builds and experiences with PowerShell Core. Some of the customers involved were key influences on the whitepaper, The Release Pipeline Model Applied to Windows Server and Microsoft Cloud. As a result, validation has included many […]

Microsoft: Creating a Linux VM on Azure with Multiple NIC’s using PowerShell

Microsoft Azure offers some incredible features for both developers and IT pros to develop and configure their environments on azure seamlessly. However, there may be some cases where you would need to use PowerShell to resolve some of the more complex scenarios, and in this post, I will be sharing some PowerShell Commands to create […]

NEW Major Release: Remote Desktop Manager 12 is Now Available!

We’re thrilled to announce that after several months of hard work, the latest and greatest version of Remote Desktop Manager has been launched: say hello to version 12! What’s New? The Devolutions team has been hard at work making some major improvements, enhancements and additions – many of which were suggested by our incredible community […]

Microsoft Announces Auto-Shutdown for VMs using Azure Resource Manager

We are excited to announce you can set any ARM-based Virtual Machines to auto-shutdown with a few simple clicks! This was a feature originally available only to VMs in Azure DevTest Labs: your self-service sandbox environment in Azure to quickly create Dev/Test environments while minimizing waste and controlling costs. In case you haven’t heard it […]

Cyber Monday Event – Save 50% on Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise

Missed Our Black Friday Sale? Here’s Your Second (and Last) Chance – Cyber MondayWe know that IT pros are busy people, and those of you in the U.S. may have started dialing things down around the middle of last week. That’s the good news. The bad news is that you may have missed our annual […]

Workflow Allows for Automation Verification and Correctness

Workflow allows for multiple roles/responsibilities to be involved in a process which is often automated. For example, onboarding of an employee could include HR, the department manager, the Active Directory administrator, a technician, etc. There are many organizations that use workflow due to separation of duties or compliance regulations. Companies that don’t use workflow may […]

VanBragt.Net E2EVC 2016 Rome Day 2 Recap

Wilco van Bragt
Already day two of E2EVC after a nice night out. Most of the people are still recovering, but many were available in the first sessions. I blogged my two day experiences in this blog. I started with the session of Rasmus Raun-Nielsen about GPU acceleration for the Office users. He started why you should use […]

Application Readiness Best Practices: Security and Software Deployment

Flexera Software
Packaging, deploying and managing software across an increasing number of employee devices is hard enough let alone worrying about security vulnerabilities. We recently had the opportunity to work with Adam the Automator, A.K.A Adam Bertram on a webinar on the topic of security vulnerabilities and software deployment.  Here is a link to the webinar recording. Adam […]

Microsoft Announces General Availability of Azure Functions

Today organizations are turning to the cloud not only to accelerate – but to transform – their business. Platform as a Service (PaaS) enables businesses to innovate at a scale that fuels their business transformation – with a focus on application innovation rather than infrastructure management and maintenance. Microsoft Azure has led the way with […]

Citrix: Using the XenMobile API with PowerShell

Citrix Systems
The XenMobile console is a great way of managing your environment, but sometimes you need to be able to do things in bulk. XenMobile provides an extensive API that allows you to do many things in a scripted way. The API is great if you are an experienced developer and you have the time and […]

Citrix: Azure Role Based Access Control in XenApp & XenDesktop

Citrix Systems
Support for Azure Resource Manager in XenApp & XenDesktop allows you to create and manage a catalog of virtual machines in the Azure cloud. In this blog post we will explore different ways of granting XenApp & XenDesktop access to your Azure subscription. Azure Service Principals Support for Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is encapsulated in […]

Microsoft: Community contributions to the PowerShell scripts for Reporting Services

This summer, the Reporting Services team experimented with new ways to engage with our community. We realized that there was a strong need for a place where both the engineering team and the community could come together to discuss and collaborate on ways that would tremendously help all our users. We initially started with our […]

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