Monthly archives: February, 2019

Simplify removing of distributed content with the help of Powershell

Begin TLDR; Go to the Process block. Ever since I first got introduced to Powershell, I have always tried to come up with ways to include, facilitate and apply it to my my everyday tasks. But for me, using Powershell in combination with SCCM has never been the ultimate combination, the built in cmdlets doesn’t…



Querying Microsoft Graph with Powershell, the easy way

Microsoft Graph is a very powerful tool to query organization data, and it’s also really easy to do using Graph explorer but it’s not built for automation. While the concept I’m presenting in this blogpost isn’t something entirely new, I believe my take on it is more elegant and efficient than what I’ve seen other…



New generation of Imprivata appliances

With every major release of Imprivata’s OneSign product, they also release an updated version of the appliance the product is running on. With the release of Imprivata OneSign & Confirm ID version 6.1 this December, they also released a new generation of the appliance. This version, called generation 3 (G3), is only available as a…



Citrix brings back Local Text Echo

Have you ever experienced the frustration of working on a bad connection resulting in tremendous amount of latency when typing? Past releases of Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (Formerly XenApp & XenDesktop) have included many interesting news and functions, especially regarding HDX innovations and ICA improvements. One of the “new” features that caught my eye in…



Wireless Networking in Windows Server 2019

The other day I installed a NUC with an integrated wireless NIC. I installed Windows Server 2019 to the NUC and installed the wireless networking drivers from Intel’s website. The problem was that after I’ve installed the network drivers they didn’t work. After a lot of trial and error I discovered that you cannot use…



New features in Azure Blueprints

The past couple of weeks i have seen new features being released for Azure Blueprints. In this short post i will write about the updates in Definition location and Lock assignment. New to Azure Blueprints? Azure Blueprints allows you to define a repeatable set of Azure resources that follows your organizations standards, patterns and requirements….



Easy way to disable items in Control Panel and Settings App in Windows 10 and Server 2019

In Windows 10 and Server 2019 there are both a Control Panel and a Settings App. This is somewhat confusing for the user. However, this is probably how it’s going to be until Microsoft have had enough time to migrate all settings from the Control Panel to the Settings App. Microsoft have provided great lists…