Logon: Brokering

I just experienced a 100+ second logon time for my Virtual Apps and Desktops session. Hopefully, you are not thinking "That's pretty fast". If I look at the detailed breakdown of my logon time, you can see it is a mess. Something is happening with my environment to cause things to spike. I want to... Continue Reading →


Windows 10 End of Support Cycle

Let's go through a typical conversation I end up having   Me: What version of Windows are you using on your desktop?  You: Windows 10 Me: What VERSION of Windows 10? You: Do you mean Pro or Enterprise? Me: No. What Windows 10 version number, like a build number? You: Build number? Who cares? I'm... Continue Reading →

Optimize VDI: Windows 10 Scheduled Tasks

This is a multi-part blog series focused on optimizing Windows 10 VDI Part 1: Optimizing default apps Part 2: Optimizing Windows services Part 3: Optimizing scheduled tasks As we saw in previous blogs, Microsoft added new default apps and services into the base operating system of the Windows 10 Build 1703 (Creator Update). These updates... Continue Reading →

Achieving fast logon times

Wow! That's fast.  That is the reaction users should have when they log onto their virtual desktop. I've heard many talk about how slow or fast their logons are, but many times we tend to exaggerate.  I've discussed this topic before in two recent blogs: Improving logon time with Workspace Environment Management How does Workspace... Continue Reading →

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