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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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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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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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Enforcing lock screen after idle time Windows Server 2016 RDS Session Host

Case A customer had a XenApp environment based on Windows Server 2008 R2 which needed to be upgraded to all the latest versions. This included the server OS used in the XenApp workers. One of the requirements this customer had

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Posted in Remote Desktop, Tools, Windows 2016

Powershell Module for Citrix WEM – Part 3 – EnvironmentalSettings and MicrosoftUsvSettings from GPO and much, much more

It’s been a week and a half since I released version 0.9.4 of the Citrix WEM Powershell module I am working on. That release got a LOT of attention. It even got me in contact with some of the world’s

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Powershell Module for Citrix WEM – Part 2 – GPO Import and more

Update: Part 3 was posted, featuring Environmental Settings, Microsoft USV Settings, and more: https://msfreaks.wordpress.com/2018/01/08/powershell-module-for-citrix-wem-part-3-environmentalsettings-and-microsoftusvsettings-from-gpo-and-much-much-more/ A few weeks ago I started work on a Powershell Module for Citrix WEM to make my life as an admin / consultant less boring. Adding

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