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Script to test the Citrix.WEMSDK Powershell module

On January 19th 2020 the first public version of the Citrix WEM Powershell Module (Citrix.WEMSDK) was published to the Powershell Gallery ( The Powershell Gallery page will also show installation instructions, be it using the Install-Module method, or a manual

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Posted in Automation, Citrix, Powershell

Stop and Start Azure VMs using an Office 365 Calendar

Recently I was challenged to provide a solution to delegate VM stop and start control to a group of developers who needed the VMs on demand. The developers are not trained in using the Azure Portal. At first, I suggested

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Posted in Automation, Azure, Powershell, Step-by-Step guide

Powershell Module for Citrix WEM – Part 4 – Import Published applications

Recently James Kindon (@james_kindon) asked me if I could assist in importing published applications to WEM. This resulted in a new function in the Citrix WEM PowerShell module. You can read up on this module in Powershell Module for Citrix WEM

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Posted in Citrix, Powershell

Workaround for Windows Store Error 0x80073cfb

I am running an Insider Preview version of Windows 10 (1809 build 18305.1003 when I write this). Not sure if this has to do with the store error but this workaround should work on all builds should you encounter this

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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 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: 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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Posted in Windows 2019, Workaround
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