Month: March 2013

Excalibur and Orchestrator Magic

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When Citrix released Excalibur they also included a whole bunch of Powershell which allows you to run Powershell cmdlets to alter anything. If you are inside the Studio console you can see that there is a PowerShell window there, which shows all of…

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Excalibur and Configuration Manager

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Now Citrix released a beta build of Excalibur a couple of months ago, which shows the next generation of XenDesktop and XenApp architecture. (Well actually just XenDestkop, since the XenApp architecture is disappearing) In addition, with this release we have some fancy choices…

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Slow start this year – Certifications

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Been busy the last couple of months so therefore it has been a bit quiet here. I am having a huge focus on certifications forward since I want to expand my horizon, the last month I have focused a lot of Windows Server…

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70-413 Study guide

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This exam is part of the Server Infrastructure MSCE exam and is the first of two exams. I have added some resources for those that wish to study to this exam down below J If you wish you should buy this book as…

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Configuration Manager and hierarchy planning

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With 2012 release of System Center Configuration Manager, planning and designing a hierarchy became a bit more difficult. Not because of the limitations, but because of the huge mix of different possibilities you have. For instance with the introduction of CAS role (Which…

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Social Engineering – Web phishing

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A change of subject for my matter, but security has always been a huge interest of mine. However, I thought that I would write about phishing attacks.Now the art of phishing is just about trying to fetch information from people (and in there…

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Configuration Manager and Cloud Distribution Point

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With Service Pack 1 of Configuration Manager it allows you to create a distribution point in Windows Azure, in case you lack the hardware needed to meet the needs or because of security, limitations that you would want all your clients to download…

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