PowerShell remoting is a powerful feature that allows administrators to remotely manage Windows machines using PowerShell commands. However, managing credentials for remote access can be a challenge, especially when working with large environments that require access to many different servers.
As Microsoft puts it, the Sync device action forces the selected device to immediately check in with Intune. When a device checks in, it immediately receives any pending actions or policies that have been assigned to it. This feature can help you
While working on a Citrix Cloud migration project in a multi-forest environment, there was a need to migrate existing AD group members that were used on-prem to Azure AD groups. To do this, I needed to report of current group
For starters, I must say that I am no SCCM expert. Shout out to Michael Harding who made this possible with his in-depth SCCM knowledge. Co-managing Windows Devices made it possible to concurrently manage devices using the good old Configuration Manager and
With more and more organizations moving to Modern Management approach to manage their endpoints; there is an increase in adapting and leveraging Endpoint Manager and Autopilot where devices can be shipped directly from manufacturers (OEMs) to users. Typically, the OEM
Background Customers using Citrix XenDesktop with dedicated catalog may want to relocate the desktops to another catalog for various reasons such as wanting to change the datastore behind it or simply to change the catalog from Un-managed to Power Managed.
Recently, I got asked by one of my customers if there is a way to extract information from Ivanti (Appsense) Environment Manger configuration that could be used somewhere else. This client has been using Ivanti UWM for years which accumulated
Environment Windows RDSH or VDI (non-persistant) Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (Any version) FSLogix App Masking Ivanti Environment Manager (or any equivalent solution) Citrix Provisioning Services (or any equivalent solution) Adobe Acrobat Pro DC – Named User License Adobe Acrobat
The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed If you get this error for non-persistent RDSH/VDI provisioned using PVS, it could well be that there is a conflict in managing “machine account password” on your computer objects
I have been working recently on an issue for one of my clients whereby after updating to Chrome 71.0.3578 (and also in 72.0.3626) a display issue started to occur when Chrome is maximized; Any foreground window over Chrome leaves “trails”