Azure Site Recovery and MCS Provisioned Workloads

Azure Site Recovery (ASR) is Microsoft’s multi-faceted solution for performing services such as Disaster Recovery (DR), Business Continuity Planning (BCP) execution and migration services (these days primarily wrapped into the Azure Migrate service). When deploying dedicated/persistent machines on the Microsoft Azure platform, it is often desirable to protect these workloads via ASR, providing cross-region failover... Continue Reading →

Citrix WEM Documentation Script v2

WEM has offered a world of fun when it comes to environment management, however it introduces a black hole when it comes to documentation. Once your configuration is in WEM, it's almost impossible to document, and not the easiest to track for complex deployments. A while back I wrote a very rudimentary script that would... Continue Reading →

The User Environment Management Puzzle

I have worked in the EUC world for a while now with a focus on user-experience. Admittedly the vast majority of my skillset sits in the Citrix based delivery of these workloads, however, I often stumble across engagements where native RDS services or alternative solutions are in place, and I find that the concepts I... Continue Reading →

Citrix WEM Updated Start-Up Scripts

I have been recommending in all deployments ever since I started with WEM, to implement the very simple "WEM Agent Refresh" Start-Up Script. Every deployment I have seen, touched or been involved that uses this basic concept of "refresh my cache at start-up" has no issues relating to cache, delayed start-up or inconsistent behaviours. It... Continue Reading →

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