Author: Thomas Kurth

Protect your Data – Stop losing control over it – Protection

In the last posts, you saw how to start the implementation and how to classify and label your documents. This doesn’t protect the content of the documents. The protection is defined in Azure RMS (Right Management Service) which is still managed over the old Azure Portal (https://manage.windowsazure.com). You can define

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Windows 10 – Logon Performance for Pooled VDI’s

If you are trying to implement Windows 10 in a pooled/unpersistent VDI environment you will recognize that the logon performance is really bad. After some speed tests, I could find some settings which have impact the logon process. The second logon (different user) is much faster, than the first one. So try

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Setup Windows Store for Business with Mirko

MVP Mirko Colemberg has created a nice Video at Ignite about Windows Store for Business. Check it ou now: He explains not only the process to setup your own WSfB, he also covers the topic how Developers can share Line of Business (LOB) Apps to specific customers.

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Windows 10 Language Settings with Store Apps

In the last year we experienced a lot of problems with Windows 10 language settings and the Microsoft Store Apps. Like Roger Zander described in his blog, we would like to have an English operating system but an activated German MUI. We are living in Switzerland, so we need to

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ConfigMgr ADR Patchday Calculator with Gant-chart

UPDATE 19.04.2018: Excel Sheet is now available with English day names. Thank you for the feedback Fadi When you configure your Automatic Deployment Rule (ADR) for the monthly Patchday, then you have to specify multiple times and timespans. Sometimes it is not so easy to check and verify these settings.

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Easily generate your WIM Files with WimAsAService

We had a dream, all our customers should be able to generate their monthly WIM files without issues. But mostly we faced the problem, that the customers need a lot of time to generate their base images for ConfigMgr, Virtual Machine Manager or even XenDesktop. The issues relied on: ConfigMgr’s

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Manage Windows 10 with Unified Write Filter enabled

There are lot of Blog Posts and TechNet Articles which explain how to use Unified Write Filter (UWF) together with ConfigMgr. But most of them are written for older ConfigMgr Versions like 2007. Now I had a project with ConfigMgr 2012 R2 SP1 and we found some interesting things, which

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