Tag - Azure

How to deliver a GPU powered Azure VM (example for CAD applications) with Windows Virtual Desktop

It’s not uncommon for customers to ask for the possibilities to deliver a GPU (graphics processing unit) powered desktop with Windows Virtual Desktop. If employees have to work with multimedia enabled applications, you can hardly do without it. Or for example, a construction company that wants to deliver the Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit and Autodesk InfraWorks CAD applications.

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How to configure Remote Access for Work Folders with the Azure AD Application Proxy

In my previous blog I showed you how to deploy Work Folders on Windows Server 2019. In this blog I will show you how to configure Remote Access to these Work Folders via the Azure Active Directory Application Proxy. I great benefit of using the Azure AD Application Proxy is that you don’t need expensive reverse proxy solutions and you don’t have to open your firewall ports, so it is also more...

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How to setup Windows Autopilot and add existing devices the quickest way

UPDATE (Dec, 2 2020) : There is now an even faster way of adding devices to Autopilot. Step 3 of this blog can be replaces with new steps described in this blog : How to add Windows 10 devices to Windows Autopilot even faster Windows 10 Modern Management is hot. More and more companies are looking for the possibilities to manage Windows 10 devices with their Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM)...

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How to install and configure Citrix XenDesktop 7.12 with Windows Server 2016 hosts running on Microsoft Azure

It’s almost a year ago, that I wrote an installation guide / step-by-step guide about Citrix XenDesktop. XenDesktop releases arrived at a rapid pace in the past year. At this moment, the current release is version 7.12 which was released in December 2016. So, it’s time for an up-to-data step-by-step blog about the latest XenDesktop release. This time I want to do something different, till now I...

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How to setup Microsoft Azure RemoteApp with a custom image (step-by-step)

In this blog I will guide you step-by-step on how to setup Microsoft Azure RemoteApp with a custom image. First I will create a custom image with a few custom applications installed on it. In the following steps I will show you how to import this image to RemoteApp, publish the applications and give users access to these applications. For this blog I will use a clean Azure environment (with...

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How to add a domain name to Microsoft Azure Directory and add users

There are a few ways to provision users in a Microsoft Azure AD directory. The most common is with the use of the Azure AD Connect tool which syncs your on-premises AD directory with Azure AD. The simplest way (and good for Cloud Only scenarios) is to create users directly in Azure AD. If you want to create a user in Azure AD with the UPN of your domain name, you first need to validate the domain...

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How to setup Microsoft Intune

Last year Microsoft announced the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite. This suite consists of Azure Active Directory Premium, Microsoft Intune and Azure Rights Management Service. With Microsoft Intune you can manage mobile devices, and not only Mobile Device Management (MDM) but Mobile Application Management (MAM) as well. In the latest Microsoft Intune updates it is now possible to create a...

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About Robin Hobo

I am a Technology Specialist working for Microsoft with focus on the Modern Workplace. I am specialized in Microsoft Intune, Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD), Windows 365, Windows 11 and Azure AD. Also interested in mental health, NLP and personal development.

For more information, see the About Me page or my LinkedIn profile.

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