Migrating GPO settings to WEM

A consistent challenge when beginning the adoption of WEM services into an existing environment, is the analysis and migration of existing GPP and GPO settings into the WEM way of processing. Moving policies full of printers, drive maps, logon scripts, files and folder options along with registry keys, be it single or collection based, is... Continue Reading →

Citrix WEM User Logon Service

Back in the 1812 release of the Citrix WEM Service Agent, Citrix released an additional Windows Service named Citrix WEM User Logon Service which started showing up during the logon process with a slight delay. Fast forward to the 1906 release of WEM, and that same service exists and now clearly displays a significant delay when... Continue Reading →

Synergy 2019 Recap – The fun bits

Another year, another chaos jump across the ocean to the USA for Citrix Synergy. I was lucky enough to attend as a CTP this year, a completely different view on the conference from last year's visit. Citrix made some big announcements, which you will no doubt have seen in a range of blogs, twitter posts,... Continue Reading →

Synergy 2018: WEM and UPM Fun

As a first timer to Citrix Synergy this year, I was blown away at the pure scale of the event that Citrix put on. I expected the event to be awesome, but had no idea how amazing not just the conference is, but how priceless the chance to meet with the community, and the inner... Continue Reading →

Citrix WEM on Windows Server Core

With the release of Citrix Workspace Environment Management 4.5, we now have the ability to run the entire WEM infrastructure on Windows Server Core. This is an awesome step forward by Citrix and hopefully the first of many products to be supported in this fashion. There have of course, been plenty of instances of people... Continue Reading →

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