Tag: RDS

Powershell in the Cloud – Part 1 – Azure Automation – Managing your Infrastructure from the Cloud

I recently held a talk about Powershell in the Cloud in Powershell User Group Sweden, this 3 part series is an attempt to refine and expand on that talk. The series will focus on the functionality rather than the code behind it as I want the content to be accessible for not anyone, whether you…



Printix – The Secure Cloud Print Management Solution

Are you looking for a new print solution that will work for a modern workplace? A solution that will let you get rid of those nasty on-premise print servers? A solution that will make print management more easy and fun? Look no further, you just found one! With Printix solution you will get a serverless,…



What is FSLogix Cloud Cache?

Background Last year FSLogix released its award winning (at Citrix Synergy) technology Cloud Cache, and I for one was very curious about what this meant and what I could use it for. The fact that is was included in the license for Office 365 Container and Profile Container was a really nice surprise, but I…



Keep your FSLogix VHD-files optimized

Background When using either or both of FSLogix products Office 365 Containers and Profile containers you will have quite large VHD-files. However you could for example in Office 365 Container limit the size when specifying the Outlook cache limit but non the less it will require quite large storage space. Since the standard and recommended way of creating these…



Why does Teams not install for my users?

Microsoft released in October last year a MSI-installation package of Teams, making it easy to deploy Teams to computers in your organization. As you know Teams (for some unknown reason) installs directly into your profile. I suspect they have designed it this way to make sure everyone can install the application, even if you’re not…



Teams in your Multi-user environment done right!

Microsoft Teams is on the rise, more and more businesses is seeing the potential of Teams and want a piece of the action. Unfortunately Microsoft Teams is not ideally designed to work on a Multi-user environment like Citrix Xenapp or Microsoft Remote Desktop services. It is entirely installed in the users profile, and its quite…



HTML5 Web Client for Remote Desktop Services 2016

Microsoft recently announced that the new HTML5 client for Remote Desktop Services has reached general availability. The new web client lets users access the Remote Desktop infrastructure using a modern browser that supports HTML5. Requirements & Installation Microsoft have a great article explaining the requirements and how to get started with the new client in…



Flickering Desktop Icons and re-directed folders

This blog post will only cover a scenario with Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and re-directed folders where flickering icons appear. Other solutions may apply to different scenarios. Since the release of Windows 10 / Server 2016 and their different releases 1607, 1703, 1709 and 1803 there has been several issues regarding flickering…



Nyheter på väg till RDS 2016

Microsoft presenterade tidigare i höstas nyheter som är på väg till Remote Desktop Services (RDS) 2016. Det är några stora förändringar på gång som är viktiga att känna till, och detta inlägg sammanfattar några av de nyheter som ska komma inom kort. Infrastruktur I en traditionell RDS infrastruktur måste alla servrar i uppsättningen vara med…



Just enough Administration & RDS

The Problem? Microsoft RDS has limitations when delegating access, in fact there is no built-in access delegation whatsoever! The solution? Powershell! A Just enough Administration (JEA) endpoint, also known as a Constrained Powershell Endpoint. I’ve created a powershell app to list and logoff users I also created a simple tool in powershell to connect to…