A while back we had strange incident occurring on a couple hundred of Windows Embedded systems build into Computer on Wheels (COWS). In this case the machine would boot up and where it normally should show the Imprivata login screen it now didn’t show anything at all!
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This blog describes a step-by-step guide on how to use secure LDAP to connect the HP OneView appliance with Directory Services (Active Directory).
- step 1. get the server certificate from the domain controller(s)
- step 2. creating the right ldap query within HP OneView
- step 3. adding domain groups to HP OneView
When you’re logged in with local Administrator on a Windows Server 2016 box, you can’t start the Edge browser.
Default security will prevent you from using the Edge browser and suggests you to login with a different user.
To workaround this, you can follow these instructions:
- (windows+r) run gpedit.msc
- go to: Computer configuration -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Local Policies -> Security Options -> User Account Control: Admin Approval Mode for the Built-in Administrator account -> Enabled
- Reboot the Windows Server 2016 box (windows+r -> shutdown /r /t 0)
- enjoy using Edge with the local administrator account
If you want to add an admx template in RES ONE Workspace and you want to be sure you are adding a newer version it can be handy to view the properties of the admx files that are already added to the repository.
There is a hidden feature in the console that allows you to do that.
In the Console go to Administration>Custom Resources.
Select the right pane and hit CTRL+SHIFT+F9.
A pop-up appears for selecting a RES ONE Workspace class
The limitations of a shared mailbox are quite anoying and sometimes you want to convert the mailbox to a normal mailbox.
It’s quite simple exactly. Follow these three steps:
Last week we had a print spooler problem on a XenApp 7.6/Server 2012R2 farm. The print spooler service grew to a whopping 16GB of Memory. The problem was related to a mix of old Ricoh and Kyocera drivers.
After upgrading to new drivers the problem of the spooler was resolved. But on one machine the Ricoh Universal Print driver could not be installed. We received the following error:
Installing printer driver – failed, error code 0x57, HRESULT 0x80070057. See the event user data for context information. Installing printer driver – failed, error code 0x57, HRESULT 0x80070057. See the event user data for context information.
A customer asked what options are there to uninstall software using RES Automation Manager. In this case he wanted to remove Java 64bit.
I explained how you can uninstall software by using the GUID of the package and how you can read that GUID from a remote server.
Sometime later, the server from which he thought he uninstalled Java 64bit, was no longer responding to Citrix Sessions.
As it turned out, RES Automation Manager did not uninstall the Java 64bit package but removed Citrix HDX TS (retail).
Since the initial community release of SFGuru Explorer for Citrix ShareFile on 25-10-2014 we (Daniel Nikolic / Rink Spies) have been busy developing the application. Every time when we detect repeating, or labor intensive tasks within our ShareFile support team we try to improve the job by integrating an optimized task in SFGuru Explorer. Currently we have lots of ideas and beta versions which we need to do some further testing on, but before releasing these features we want to be 100% sure everything runs stable. While all the coding and testing needs to be done in our spare time it could take some time before we can release all new features.
Meanwhile we made some great improvements, which have been fully tested. Improvements of which we are proud 🙂 We decided to add all the tested features to a interim release, which will be released as SFGuru Explorer version 1.2!
So lets’s start with the new features we added:
While setting up the first ShareFile StorageZone Controller you need to enter a Passphrase. The Passphrase will be used to protect your file encryption key (SCKeys.txt) which is located in the CIFS root folder. Without the Passphrase you won’t be able to add additional StorageZone Controllers, reinstall or recover the current StorageZone or create configuration backups. A running StorageZone controller will still work fine, but you can’t make any changes. I can’t stress out the importance of this passphrase!
Be sure to archive the ShareFile Passphrase and encryption key (SCKeys.txt) in a secure location 🙂 !
Of course you will archive the ShareFile Passphrase and encryption key (SCKeys.txt) in a secure location, but in case the ShareFile Passphrase gets lost Citrix won’t be able to help. According to the eDocs and ShareFile support the Storage Zone should be considered as lost.
Citrix support won’t be able to recover your Passphrase!
Currently I am busy building an proof of concept environment while designing an appliance pc. This type of workstation will be used for applications that need specific local hardware on the workstation. We want to see if RES VDX can provide the functionality to make the software that is installed and running on the appliance pc accessible within the Citrix XenApp session. RES VDX is most commonly used in combination with RES Workspace Manager.
The customer I am currently working for is not using RES Workspace Manager, but they do want to make use of the functionality that RES Software provide in there RES VDX product.