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sepago Spezialisten bloggen über Citrix und Microsoft

Hier bloggen sepago-Spezialisten über ihre Themen: Automatisierung, Cloud Solutions, IT-Security, aktuelle Entwicklungen rund um Citrix- und Microsoft-Technologien, Arbeitskultur.

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Deploy, manage and evaluate the new Microsoft Edge (Chromium) with enterprise capabilities

Deploy, manage and evaluate the new Microsoft Edge (Chromium) with enterprise capabilities

Introduction

 

Two days ago, Microsoft started providing the necessities for deploying and managing the new Microsoft Edge (Chromium) in the enterprise. This article will give a short introduction to Edge (Chromium) and demonstrate the enterprise capabilities.

Microsoft made quite a splash late last year when they announced that they were ceasing development on the previous app-based Microsoft Edge for Windows 10, and were developing a new alternative based on the Chromium Open Source Project,

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Second Prompt for User Credentials in Remote Desktop Services

In a recent deployment of Remote Desktop Services with Windows Server 2012, I experienced a second prompt for credentials. It occurred after successfully authenticating with Remote Desktop WebAccess  and launching a RemoteApp from the browser. This blog explains why the second prompt is shown and how to get rid of it.

What the user is experiencing

Launching a RemoteApp from WebAccess is usually a very simple thing to do. After logging on (see first screenshot below),

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The Danger of Machine Account Password Changes

Every so often I am asked to help analyze weird issues when assigning group memberships or permissions – accounts are not found and the Event Log shows unsettling messages. Many of these situations can be traced back to the operating system using a different machine account password than the domain is aware of.

Yes, Machine Accounts Have Passwords!

Just like user accounts, a machine object in Active Directory has a password to identify the machine and to protect the machine account.

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Soup Up Your Terminal Server: Optimizing Explorer’s Network Performance

Update: The ADM file can now be downloaded here.

I recently came across a post in the Windows Server Performance Team’s blog that lists several registry values which can be used to tune Explorer’s SMB performance by modifying the following:

  • Searches for Desktop.ini files used for folder customization
  • Periodic refreshes of folder contents
  • Searches for supporting library (.dll) files
  • Individual file details and attributes pulled for each file
  • Thumbnail extraction

I found the tips very interesting,