Just noticed this on the test VDI was working as quite a lot of app-v sequences have dependencies on external powershell scripts. Noticed on migrating these sequences to Windows 10 had issues with running App-v apps which included sequences that had external powershell scripts that were being called wouldn’t work unless I logged on with … More App-v client tip – unable to run PS scripts without admin privileges?
Working on testing app-v packages using Flexera AdminStudio test machine facility (quite nifty actually) and by default was picking up errors using the App-v launcher relating to the app-v client service not being started. Manually starting the service didn’t bring any joy (another error with a -214 code). Fix for this was simple enough in … More Unable to start app-v client in Windows 10 (build 1603)?
Recently been tasked with migrating a fair ton of apps from Win7->10. One of the challenges in this space is testing. Previously with Windows 7 the guys worked on static persistent VM’s rolled out to testers to run their updated app through it’s paces. Few obvious problems with this approach I) Quite a bit of … More Windows VDI environment? getting poor performance on SCCM downloads?
So of course with write cache filling up issues no simple way to tell what’s going on. Needless to say like most quirks that happen in Windows the sysinternals tools can come to you rescue. Recently started work on a windows 10 PVS image and after about 10 minutes the write cache would fill up. … More PVS write cache filling up? handy filter in Procmon to give a clue as to what’s causing it
When troubleshooting App-v issues in your citrix environment one of the first usual port of calls will be to enabling logging. To enable Studio and VDA logs used for App-V, you must have administrator privileges. You will also need a text editor such as Notepad. To enable the Citrix Studio logs: Create the folder C:\AppvLogs. … More Enabling logging for troubleshooting app-v issues in your citrix environment
Recently was given a project with a proof of concept involving the use of Windows 2016 nano servers (don’t even know if that’s there official title :)). Anyhow as not quite your conventional windows servers took a wee bit of lurking to find what i needed to get access. Bit of background: So Nano server … More Remote nano server admin : quick few commands needed to get you access to box
2 areas’s that always need some TLC are patch management and AV. Enclosed couple of URL’s relating to them: For patch management (covering various RDS roles): https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/enterprisemobility/2016/06/06/recommended-hotfixes-and-updates-for-remote-desktop-services-in-windows-server-2012-r2/ For Anti-virus https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/822158