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FSLogix can take AWS Workspaces to the next level

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There’s a lot to like about AWS Workspaces. It’s easy to get started, there are a variety of different instance types available, there’s a persistent user disk, and the user experience is great, among other things. It’s no wonder AWS is putting as many resources into it as they are, and they’re gaining quite a […]

Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) 6.1.0 –  What’s New

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The Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) is the perfect way to seal your Base Image. Whatever your environment has run Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop with PVS or MCS, Citrix AppLayering, VMware Horizon View, you must prepare your Base Image before you can distribute this Image to multiple devices. If you install your Base Image from scratch or update them […]

Microsoft System Center Updates Publisher September 2017 Preview is now available

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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 […]

Microsoft: High CPU/High Memory in WSUS following Update Tuesdays

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Recently, we’ve seen an increase in the number of high CPU/High Memory usage problems with WSUS, including WSUS in a System Center Configuration Manager environment – these have mostly corresponded with Update Tuesdays. Microsoft support has determined that the issue is driven primarily by the Windows 10 1607 updates, for example, KB4022723, KB4022715, KB4025339, etc. See […]

Microsoft on Automating Windows as a Service

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Bold lines are important. Blue lines are most important. WaaS is not something “Microsoft-special” and nowadays there is this cruel necessity to hold up the pace and adopt the newest technologies just in time. With WaaS this is accomplished for the Operating System, where by speaking of the coming “new wonderful Features”  we are mainly speaking about Security […]

Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) – Version 6.0.0

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The perfect way to seal your Base Image Every time you build you’re base Image from scratch or update it, you must seal it before deploying it to your cloned devices. No matter if you are using Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop with Machine Creation Services (MCS) or Provisioning Services (PVS), VMware View or Microsoft only, BIS-F supports […]

Microsoft: Why WSUS and SCCM managed clients are reaching out to Microsoft Online

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Of late, several customers have reached out to my team asking why their Windows 10 1511 and 1607 clients, which are managed by WSUS or SCCM are going online to Microsoft update to download updates. Not only the clients are reaching out to external Microsoft URL, outside of the internal update endpoint, but they are downloading […]

Microsoft PowerShell DSC broken in KB3176932.

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On August 23, Windows update KB3176934 released for Windows Client. Due to a missing .MOF file in the build package, the update breaks DSC. All DSC operations will result in an “Invalid Property” error. If you are using DSC from or on any Windows client, take the following steps: Uninstall the update if already installed. […]

Microsoft: Update your ConfigMgr 1606 SUP servers to deploy the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

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The Windows Team has released update KB3159706 that enables the provisioning of decryption keys in WSUS for Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2. This update is necessary for WSUS to be able to natively decrypt the encrypted Windows 10 Anniversary Update packages, and any subsequent Windows 10 feature upgrades.  Additionally, the 1606 update for the […]

Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) – Version 5.1.0

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BIS-F runs the following actions: Microsoft Optimizations•    Windows Server 2008 – 2012 R2•    Windows 7 – 8.x (32 and 64 Bit)•    delete WSUS Client-ID •    delete WSUS SoftwareDistribution•    reset Performance Counters •    CCleaner to delete temp. files•    delete Windows Event Logs•    reclaim storage space•    Rearm Operating System once•    Rearm Microsoft Office (2010, 2013,2016) once (x86 […]

Automate Your Lab – Part 6 – WSUS

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I have a very slow internet connection at home and need a WSUS server in my lab to save bandwidth and time. To automate WSUS you need PowerShell and an executable. As in all my scripts in this series you can customize the installation with variables. In order to install WSUS we need only two, […]

Microsoft: Automate Your Lab – Part 3 – DHCP

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Table Of Contents Part 1 – The Domain Part 2 – DNS Part 3 – DHCP Part 4 – AD OUs, Groups And Users Part 5 – Certificate Authority Part 6 – WSUS Part 7 – Central GPO Store Part 8 – SQL Server Part 9 – MDT With Chocolatey Integration The next step to […]

Microsoft: Automate Your Lab – Part 2 – DNS

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Table Of Contents Part 1 – The Domain Part 2 – DNS Part 3 – DHCP Part 4 – AD OUs, Groups And Users Part 5 – Certificate Authority Part 6 – WSUS Part 7 – Central GPO Store Part 8 – SQL Server Part 9 – MDT With Chocolatey Integration This is part 2 […]

Microsoft: Automate Your Lab – Part 1 – The Domain

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Table Of Contents Part 1 – The Domain Part 2 – DNS Part 3 – DHCP Part 4 – AD OUs, Groups And Users Part 5 – Certificate Authority Part 6 – WSUS Part 7 – Central GPO Store Part 8 – SQL Server Part 9 – MDT With Chocolatey Integration I have three labs. […]

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