Cache Office 365 Outlook with Ivanti Workspace Control/ RES ONE Workspace in non-persistent environments, Building Blocks included!

As many of you know, using Office 365 Exchange Online in a non-persistent environment like Citrix XenApp can be really difficult. Because the Exchange server is in the cloud, connection to the mailbox and searching through mail is really slow. An easy way to fix this is to use an Outlook Cache file (OST). This will make a local copy of your email box in

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

The Ultimate Golden Image Automation Guide – Part 1 Preparation – Citrix PVS and Ivanti / RES ONE Automation

As you may know I am a huge fan of automating as much as possible and recently I have been really busy with completely automating the Golden Image process with ivanti RES ONE Automation. The goal is to create a new Golden Image by scheduling just one deployment Run book without extra manual tasks. This Guide will be in three parts, the first part is Preparation

Creating a Windows 10 Creators Update 1703 XenDesktop VDI managed by Ivanti/RES ONE Workspace

Recently I have created a Windows 10 Creators update (1703) non presistend XenDesktop VDI system. Windows 10 CU 1703 has a few complications when it’s used as a VDI OS, especially with the start menu and profile. I will try to tackle them all in this blog. First we need the following things: BIS-F Sealing Script by Login Consultants VMware OS Optimization tool Profile Update

Create a Virtual Machine in Microsoft Azure through self-service with Ivanti / RES ONE Identity Director

In this blog I will explain how to setup Ivanti / RES ONE Identity Director to connect to Microsoft Azure. This combo makes it possible for end users to request a new Virtual Machine as a Service, which can be handy and save a lot of time for the system administrator. For example, when a company acquires a new application often it requires new application