Category - Windows Server

How to deploy Work Folders with Windows Server 2019

What if your organization is not using Microsoft OneDrive (yet) and you want to give users the possibilities to access corporate files that are stored on-premises on a file server from BYOD devices? You also want to stay in control of the corporate data and want to enforcing device policies like encryption and screen lock settings? In that case Work Folders can be a good solution for you. In this...

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How to create a Mandatory profile with Folder Redirections

Mandatory profiles are increasingly being used. This is partly due the rise of user virtualizations software like AppSense, RES Software and Microsoft UE/V, which use a mandatory profile as a basis. Not surprising because with mandatory profiles in combination with user virtualization software, the user logon times are pretty reduced and there is less risk of profile corruption. There are quite a...

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How to create container objects in Active Directory (NOT OU’S!)

It may happen that when you install a program you need to create Active Directory Container. In my case this was the System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager (SP1). What most people probably think is that they have to create an OU (Organizational Unit), but that is not the case. There are a few differences between an Active Directory Container and an Active Directory OU. The main difference is...

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How to install Windows 8 / Server 2012 from a bootable USB stick

Microsoft released the Windows 8 and the Windows Server 2012 operating system. The fastest way to install these new operating systems is undoubtedly via bootable USB stick. Most motherboards today support boot options with USB’s, and in this way it will cost you no blank DVD. You only need a PC or laptop running on Windows, the Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012 disk image file (ISO), a USB stick...

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About Robin Hobo

I work as a Senior Solution Architect with focus on the Modern Workspace. I am specialized in Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD), Windows 365 and Microsoft EM+S (including Microsoft Endpoint Manager - Microsoft Intune).

For my full bio, check the About Me page.

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