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DDLAB – Prepare the Physical Servers

It’s time to start on our quest to building a Dynamic Data Centre in a small lab.

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Dynamic Datacenter LAB

Well there is nothing like a new software drop, and a request for a live demo to pile on the pressure for getting a new Lab online and working; and this year there are quite a few of these as the product groups have a lot of really interesting builds on this years calendar.

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Winter Street!

Not sure if my Colleagues in Waltham, MA, will find there way to the office…

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Windows Users Group Demo

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CSV Space?

So the first order of the day is to check the space on our CSV Volumes of our Hyper-V Clusters. This has just become so much easier now that we can use PowerShell remoting.

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Enable PS Remoting using GPO's

Every day the workload grows, and the number of servers I find a requirement to connect with to do some from of management or diagnostics just keeps growing, which means my desktop has multiple connections to remote apps, remote desktops and many different PowerShell windows, making the experience a mitigated nightmare.

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Remote Apps with XP SP3

Out of the box Windows XP SP3 systems will encounter some issues when connecting to remote applications as they are offered from the Remote Desktop Web Access interface.

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MICROSOFT CLOUD POWER

I had the honour of joining image the Microsoft Ireland Sales team today at the Dublin Cloud Power Event. Keynote for the day was opened with John R. Rymer, Forrester and André Berger, Microsoft EU.

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VDI: Review

There are many posts over the internet on how to setup and deploy a Remote Desktop Virtualisation Host, and configure for Personal Desktops or Pools, so I am going to skip the wizards for now, we might come back at another time to walk the process and drill into what is really going on in the plumbing, but for now I would like to take a look at the communication flow which is happening between all the moving parts to make the VDI services function as a whole.

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Alive, 2011?

Ok, I admit that I have been a little quite for the past few weeks getting some new information posted, but there is a great reason for that. I had the pleasure of meeting the darn “N1H1” virus personally, which together we spent just over 2 weeks getting acquainted, and not to be rude but I was mighty happy to when we departed company.

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