Deploying RDS 2012 Wild Card Certificate using PowerShell

For all those using wild card certificates for RDS installations, I have written a script that allows you to import and configure the wild card certificate on all RDS Roles. It is advised that the script is run on the RD Connection Broker. Ensure the Certificate is in PFX format and stored locally in a... Continue Reading →

RDS 2012 Security Hardening Guide

I recently came across the server 2012 Secuity guide apart of the "Secuirty Compliance Manager" which covers the Secuity Hardening of RDS 2012. This document provides the best practices when securing server 2012 and RDS 2012. Please see the link below: Windows Server 2012 Security Baseline Microsoft Security Compliance Manager To access the Windows Server 2012 Security Guide,... Continue Reading →

RDS 2012 RDSH Certificate deployment script

Over the last couple of months i have been asked a number of questions with regards to certificate warnings relating to the session host server. To simplify the process of deploying/replacing the default RDP certificate on the Session host, i have written a PowerShell Script that takes care of the installation of a trusted certificate.... Continue Reading →

RemoteApp POC/LAB RDS 2012 Single Server Deployment Script

I have written a Powershell Script to deploy RDS 2012 Single Server RemoteApp Proof of concept or lab deployment. This script deploys a fully functional/preconfigured RDS deployment for use in a Proof of concept or Lab environment. The script deploys all the roles required for RDS and configures self assigned certificates for all roles. The script... Continue Reading →

Load Balancing the RD Connection Brokers with KEMP

This post will show you how to configure the load balancing of RDS 2012 Connection brokers. For the configuration of RD Connection broker high Availability please see the following article (here) Before we get started with the configuration of the KEMP LoadMaster, I have included some information on other load balancing solutions and why its... Continue Reading →

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