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.
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
Automated Process Monitor Captures on Remote Machines Using PowerShell
Credit goes to Richard Podd for finding the solution for this – Thanks Rich! Summary Windows VM get stuck at OOBE Sysprep screen in Azure. Boot diagnostics would just show the logon screen as if the OOBE sysprep was successful,
The scenario You have multiple delivery groups in your XenDeskop/XenApp 7.12+, and you would like to use Powershell to Schedule Tag based Reboots for a Delivery Group A tag is simply a mark or a label. Assuming you have a