Its been awhile since I’ve put together my link list. So for the next few weeks, its going to be overload on the list. Hope you enjoy the weekend reading.
Cloud Admin Notebook: How to run Office365 powershell session with one click
If you are managing many companies through the powershell as me, it’s easy to switch to other consumer by accident. So you can run your connection and in the last step enter password for different company which ends in redirection to another Office365 tenant, not that one you have needed.
Also, it’s time waste to enter credentials twice everytime you need to logon to different tenant.
I propose you to keep your credentials in files encrypted and prepare separate scripts for every tenant.
Gesti?IP – IP address management (IPAM) software
Gesti?IP is an automated, Web based IPv4/IPv6 address management (IPAM) software.
Tune up the vSphere Web Client for better performance
The vSphere Web Client is a great concept, and one that keeps on progressing with each release, but it still needs some work. Many virtualization admins have certain peeves or performance issues that drive us back to the Windows client.
Lync Handsets: Sorting Through Your Many Options – Post – No Jitter
While Microsoft can certainly point to many Lync customers that are doing away with their desk phones and opting to deploy UC client software only, Microsoft partners can just as easily point to many customers deploying physical handsets to their many Lync users.
Office 365 URLs and IP address ranges
Lists the URLs and IP address ranges used by Office?365 and provides links to RSS feeds that help you stay up-to-date on the latest changes.
Super Tuesday: A Patch Tuesday We Won?t Forget – Palo Alto Networks BlogPalo Alto Networks Blog
Sometimes ?Patch Tuesday? comes and goes with little excitement or fanfare; yesterday was not one of those days. In just one day, Oracle released patches for 154 new vulnerabilities, Adobe issued updates for Flash and ColdFusion, and Microsoft released 24 patches of their own. On top of the sheer volume of patches, we learned that three of the Microsoft vulnerabilities were being exploited in targeted attack campaigns.
The Secret Bottleneck of VDI
For years, organizations deploying VDI for the first time have felt the sting of the most common issue that plagues virtual desktops: inadequate performance from shared storage.? The storage infrastructure that has worked well for decades when used for servers is found to be dramatically lacking when virtual desktops are deployed to it; for that reason, VDI has received many black eyes (and in some CxO offices, a permanent bad reputation) and that has been very difficult to overcome.
Why Every Citrix Administrator running XenApp 6.5 Should Consider Upgrading to XenApp 7.6 | RUMINATION
We are just finishing our move to 6.5. Now its time to start planning 7.6!
Disable Offline Files in Windows 7
Offline files in Windows are a set of features that essentially give users the ability to work with files off of or outside of the network. ?So for example if a user had a laptop that had a mapped drive or network share and were to take their computer outside of the network, the features offered by offline files would allow this user to continue working with these files.
How to turn off the Office 2013 Shadow Border on Citrix XenApp | bretty.me.uk
I was getting Office 2013 sequenced using AppV 5 sp2 today and after following the Microsoft guide, publishing the application to the Citrix XenApp estate it was time to test. ?All was looking good initially then I took the app out of full screen mode, there was a big blue border round all of the applications.
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