Monthly Archives: October 2018

Windows Server 2019 ADFS features Center Branded UX out of the box!

In Windows Server 2016 ADFS you could add “Center Branded UX” by creating a new theme based on the files and instructions found at https://github.com/Microsoft/adfsWebCustomization/tree/master/centeredUi. I created a blogpost about that, which you can find here: ADFS New sign-in experience added How

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Posted in ADFS 2019, Customize, Windows 2019

Remote Desktop HTML5 client on Windows Server 2019

There are several good writeups of the HTML5 WebClient already, like Freek Berson’s: http://microsoftplatform.blogspot.com/2018/01/html5-client-for-microsoft-remote.html This post will simply show the installation on a Windows Server 2019 Remote Desktop Services deployment. The Microsoft guide for installing the client can be found

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Posted in Remote Desktop, Step-by-Step guide, Windows 2019

Windows Server 2016 in place upgrade to Windows Server 2019 breaks RDP

I recently started upgrading all my servers to Windows Server 2019 since it is now generally available. After upgrading one of the Windows Server 2016 servers that had the GUI installed, I noticed I could no longer RDP to that

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Step by Step Windows 2019 Remote Desktop Services – Using the GUI

A step by step guide to build a Windows Server 2019 Remote Desktop Services deployment. I posted this before based on Windows Server 2012 R2 RDS and thought it was high time to update this post to a more modern

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