User setup guide for Azure MFA on 365/Azure AD account

Setting up Mulitfactor is an important security task on all externally available services whether its for facebook aswell as services from work. If you are using services inside Microsoft Azure like Office 365 the option exists for everyone, but is not turned on for the users by default. Each user can do this by themselves Read more about User setup guide for Azure MFA on 365/Azure AD account[…]

Citrix Sharefile Outlook Plugin – Browser out of date

After installing the Outlook plugin for Citrix Content Collaboration (ShareFile), you may experience an error when trying to sign in. First time after the install, the plugin need to sign in, which can be initiated by clicking the plugin icon on your Outlook application. After you give the information about your account and if choosing Read more about Citrix Sharefile Outlook Plugin – Browser out of date[…]

Why you need Office 365

It’s no secret that Microsoft is doing good when it comes to their subscription-based Office 365 package, it’s also not a secret that this is the preferred way for Microsoft to sell the Office package for their customers, as prices for volume based licensing are on the rise. But why should you opt in to Read more about Why you need Office 365[…]

Citrix WEM 4.7 – SID and memory issue

Recently I upgraded Citrix Workspace Environment Management from v4.2 > 4.7. The environment for this WEM installation is on-prem and is used across multiple forests (trusts in place), to apply the same settings to multiple different XenApp hosts. At the beginning everything seemed to work as normal, brokering etc, agent comm etc, but the following Read more about Citrix WEM 4.7 – SID and memory issue[…]

Limit Group Policies to specific OUs, users or computers

Using GPO’s to apply settings to users and computers have always been a great way to make administration and deployments more seamless for admins and users. Working with many different customers, where IT has various experience with this, I see a lot of misconfigured Group Policies, so why not write a post about it. Group Read more about Limit Group Policies to specific OUs, users or computers[…]

99 problems but Teamwork ain’t one

Today, internet chat and social media is everywhere, also within the business, often in their own solutions specific to the organization. The use of chat, VoIP, SaaS applications other collaboration tools, that users and organizations starts to use grows regularly, and the business and its users are forced to get more productive and efficient. Along Read more about 99 problems but Teamwork ain’t one[…]

Microsoft Bookings – Now available to Office 365 E# plans

Microsoft 365 plans continue to grow, and new features are getting added regularly. Some features were released only for Business customers and some for Enterprise customers (the Office 365 E# subscriptions) To get a full view of the supported features on the various 365 subscriptions, you can take a look here. One of the newest Read more about Microsoft Bookings – Now available to Office 365 E# plans[…]

Changing Citrix Receiver Beacon(s) on Clients via GPO

As we know Citrix Receiver is using beacons (configured on storefront) to detect whether the client is on local or external network. Receiver uses this to decide how to connect, via NetScaler or via Storefront directly. Today I got the need to change the internal storefront beacon for a deployment with lots of various users. Read more about Changing Citrix Receiver Beacon(s) on Clients via GPO[…]

Citrix: Trouble small mouse pointer after Windows 10 Creators Update

UPDATE: this issue is resolved as of Citrix Receiver 4.10   After Microsoft released Creators Update, several people are reporting some issues with the mouse pointer inside Citrix (Desktop/seamless apps) appears small. This especially goes for users sitting on endpoints with high resolution monitors. (4K displays, MS Surface etc). It appears to be connected to Read more about Citrix: Trouble small mouse pointer after Windows 10 Creators Update[…]

Citrix Receiver – AuthManSvr.exe using high CPU on client workstation

So, last year I was informed by a co-worker that he was having some issues with Citrix Receiver on his computer. He was using a Microsoft Surface, and was experiencing that the Surface, was getting noisy, and battery drained in no time. Now, obviously, this was due to something using alot of resources on his Read more about Citrix Receiver – AuthManSvr.exe using high CPU on client workstation[…]

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