Monthly Archive:: March 2013

25 Mar 2013

Configuring Windows Server 2012 Core: PowerShell

As mentioned in my previous post about configuring Windows Server 2012 Core, you have multiple options. One is sconfig, but the preferred method is using PowerShell. PowerShell is a really powerful scripting language and Microsoft is pushing
21 Mar 2013

Configuring Windows Server 2012 Core: SConfig

With the release of Windows 2008, Microsoft introduced the Core installation. This is a stripped down version of the Windows Operating System, without any GUI (less space, smaller attack surface). Microsoft continues this option with Server 2012
14 Mar 2013

Monitoring XenApp with WMI – Part 2: Citrix Servers

In part 1 of this series I talked about the basics of the Citrix WMI providers. In this part, I will talk about getting all information about a XenApp server, like which farm it belongs to, what
14 Mar 2013

ICAConnect version 1.2

I’ve update my command line tool to connect to XenApp server, ICAConnect. The new version has two new features: Support 32bit color depth My fine colleague, Dennis Geerlings, has updated the option to connect to a XenApp
11 Mar 2013

Monitoring XenApp with WMI – Part 1: Basics

It has been a long time ago since I last created a new post. Time for a new one! I’ve created a series of posts about starting ICA connections programmatically (by using PowerShell). These posts were about the