The Ultimate Golden Image Automation Guide VERSION 2.0

About a year ago I released “The Ultimate Golden Image Automation Guide” and since then I had the chance to implement the runbook at many customers. During those implementations I tweaked the Runbook a lot and I thought it was time to update the guide accordingly. So I present to you “The Ultimate Golden Image Automation Guide Version 2.0” Some of the changes:  More Automation

Create an Azure VPN with PowerShell

I have been really busy with learning more about Microsoft Azure and automation through PowerShell (Azure-Rm). But every time I want to test something I have to rebuild my lab because I delete everything in the end to save costs. One of the first things I always have to do is to create a new virtual network,  virtual network gateway, local gateway and VPN connection.

[UPDATED]Automatically create LiquidWare ProfileUnity Filters with OU and Security Group Conditions with PowerShell

When using LiquidWare ProfileUnity you can use filters to create context. By using context, you create a workspace environment that follows the user, making sure he or she will (always) receive all the right resources, like shortcuts, printers, drive mappings etc. never mind their location or the device they are using. But what if you already have Security Groups and Organisational Unit’s (OU) in your Active

Scan Spectre and Meltdown Compliancy with Ivanti/ RES Automation

A few days ago (3th of January 2018) it was released that there are two structural flaws in the design of Intel, AMD and ARM cpu’s which can lead to security issues. The flaws are called Spectre and Meltdown. Read more about how they work here on the nytimes website. Since then Microsoft has released a great PowerShell script to scan if your system has been

Scripting Citrix XenServer with PowerShell and Command Line

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about scripting Citrix PVS. In this blog I will show the most popular commands for Citrix XenServer so that you can use them in your Automation Workflow. Because as always; AUTOMATE EVERYTHING! Citrix XenServer is Linux based so in the command line you can use Linux commands like ls-l or mount. But it also has its own command