Deploy VDI Pools Faster in Server 2012 R2

By default RDS Virtual Desktop deployments are set to create/update a single VM per Host at one time. To optimise and improve deployment times you can use the following PowerShell Command to increase the number of VM's being created/updated at one time per host. Set-RDVirtualDesktopConcurrency In Server 2012 you could only set the maximum number of 5 but... Continue Reading →

can’t connect to Office 365 by using Powershell

I recently came across this error when trying to connect to Microsoft online. Please see Microsoft's support article: Article ID: 2494043 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2494043 The cause can be a number of things: The Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell rich client can't connect to Microsoft Office 365 resources. This is frequently the result of client... Continue Reading →

Hints and Tips for configuring KEMP ESP on MS Exchange 2010

I have recently been working on KEMP's ESP with exchange 2013 and haven't had the change to work ESP for Exchange 2010 until now. Whist building some labs in preparation for a customer who has a Exchange 2010 environment, I ran into a few issues as a lot of the information out there focuses on exchange 2013 (which is expected). I have collated some... Continue Reading →

RDS Session Deployment Powershell Script for RDS 2012

I recently wrote a PowerShell script to speed up the process of deploying a RDS session deployment and its required infrastructure (connection Broker, Web Access Server, and Session Host). I have also found that when you run RDS PowerShell deployment scripts on the target servers you receive error messages with regards to restarting the server. It... Continue Reading →

Login Script for Office 365 PowerShell

365 login script to simplify administration ############################################################# You may need to code sign the PowerShell scripts or recreate the scripts on your local machine ############################################################# I finally got fed up with the login process for Office 365 PowerShell, so I have created a set of scripts to simplify login. How it Works: Powershell Script to... Continue Reading →

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