My thoughts on Modern Infrastructure

Modern infrastructure, is it valuable or just another buzzword? Organizations like Microsoft are working hard on this type of modern infrastructure with Remote Desktop services. But what is modern infrastructure? In this blog post, I will explain the modern infrastructure and share my thoughts about this topic. Modern applications The cloud…

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MDT Storage Driver not found on VMware

When a reference image is up to date with the latest Windows updates, the deployment time will decrease tremendously. Trond Eirik Haavarstein has written an excellent blog post on how to create a reference image with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT). During my deployment in a VMware environment, I encountered the following error:…

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Change VMware vGPU settings with PowerShell

Within larger organizations, centralized desktop with graphical performance is becoming a common use case. When building these of environments performance testing is crucial to get optimal user experience. During testing, it can occur you have to change the vGPU settings. Within this blog post, I will share a script that helps you change GPU…

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VMware UEM application blocking

Security attacks in a managed desktop environment is always a threat. It is common within larger organizations to have a locked-down desktop environment to prevent accidental execution of malicious programs. On the 17th of March VMware released the new version of VMware User Environment Management (UEM). This blog post will take a closer look at the new…

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Reduce time in collecting metrics with PPD

Performance metrics are the most valuable metrics to have during performance testing or capacity testing of a VDI environment. If you talk with people that do a lot of these test they always recommend to collect extra data like VMware ESXtop or Microsoft Performance Monitor. But I encountered always a problem. These files are extreme…

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