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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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Powershell Module for Citrix WEM – Part 1 – Application actions

Update: Part 2 was posted, featuring GPO Import and more: https://msfreaks.wordpress.com/2017/12/27/powershell-module-for-citrix-wem-part-2-gpo-import-and-more/ 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/ I am not going to explain here how Citrix Windows Environment Manager (WEM) works, what it

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ADFS 3.0 Theme – Automate Bing Wallpaper integration

In my last post I showed my ADFS Sign On page for my it-worxx domain. Ink on the post wasn’t dry before I had several mails asking to explain how to do that. I’ll re-use some of the text I

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Posted in ADFS 3.0, Customize, Step-by-Step guide, Windows 2012 R2

RD Web Access – Automate Bing Wallpaper integration

Update 01/19/2015: Added link to powershell script for Bing Wallpaper download In a recent project a customer asked to change the default Web Access background. Not just to a static image by replacing the default image, but the customer wanted

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Posted in Customize, Remote Desktop, Step-by-Step guide, Windows 2012 R2
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