Microsoft Azure RemoteApp helps make your applications more widely available, on different devices regardless of if your end users are at work or not. While you may be enabling a solution like this today, think of all the time you could save (and how much you could save your business) if you could minimize complexity of your on-premises RDS deployments. To provide further details, I’ve selected two videos for you (one short for between meetings) and a longer one so you can go deep.
How to change the network switch attached to multiple VMs in Hyper-V with PowerShell using connect-vmnetworkadapter, get-vmnetworkadapter
Renaming a group of similarly named VMs using Set-VM and strings on a Hyper-V host. Useful if you need to rename all your VMs for a project or department or similar.
How to snapshot similarly named VMs in PowerShell and Hyper-V in a lab, this script uses RegEx string matching on VMname and uses Checkpoint-VM. I use this script in my labs and it’s simple to make it do snapshot (checkpoint) creation, restore and deletes.
Every so often in my lab a domain joined workstation or server will loose domain trust. It’s usually a password sync issue, the way to fix it is simple: rejoin it to the domain. There is a better way though, use this PowerShell: Reset-ComputerMachinePassword -Server <FQDN of your DC> -Credential […]
Increasing the size of an existing VDI Pool in Windows Server 2012 R2 using PowerShell with the Add-RDVirtualDesktopToCollection cmdlet.
This post has become one of the top posts on my blog so I’m giving it an update to better reflect some of the best resources available for setting up ADFS and Web Proxy in Windows Server 2012 R2 to enable Workplace Join. I also created a page with The […]