19 Jan

You Should Be Using Microsoft’s Advanced Group Policy Management (AGPM)

AGPM Microsoft’s Advanced Group Policy Management (AGPM) gives you the ability to manage GPOs much more closely.  For example, with AGPM, you have to check out a GPO to make edits, which prevents anyone from accidentally making changes while another person is editing. You have the ability to require approval for a proposed change; that’s built-in Read more…

11 Jan

Universal License Entitlement Included with NetScaler

Most of our clients already use Citrix NetScaler Gateway as an ICA proxy to securely access desktops and applications delivered via XenApp and XenDesktop, as a NetScaler license already includes support for an unlimited number of ICA proxy connections. However, few clients currently take advantage of the many other capabilities NetScaler Gateway offers, as they Read more…

11 Jan

SCCM 1612 Tech Preview

The 1612 tech preview was recently released and I thought I would take a look and highlight a couple of the new features coming to Current Branch in the near term. Installer Handling The first item to catch my eye was the ability to “Block installation of an application if specified executables are running.” (Click images Read more…

10 Jan

A Helpful Flowchart and Explanation of Windows 10 Licensing

Windows 10 licensing can be confusing. Below is a flowchart that explains how to get to Windows 10 Enterprise Edition from any other version of Windows or major operating system. It has been over a year since the release of Microsoft Windows 10. Typically our clients wait until the release of Service Pack 1, and Read more…

22 Dec

Our Most Popular Posts of 2016

Throughout 2016 we have had a number of blog posts that generated more traffic than others. As we close out the year we wanted to compile the top ten blog posts of 2016 based on readership. Did you miss any of the top posts when they came out? Happy holiday reading and here’s to a good Read more…

30 Nov

ASK KK: How Does the Section 179 Deduction Affect My Leasing Plan?

Clients have asked us about Section 179 and the recent change to the tax code. Below, guest blogger Christina Floyd from First American weighs in on how it may affect your technology investment plans for the next few years. Section 179 Update The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (“PATH Act”) extended many tax provisions, including Read more…

17 Nov

iManage Introduces New Interface and Co-Authoring

It’s now been almost 18 months since iManage split from HP and took charge of its own direction. In that time, they’ve modernized the look and feel of the iManage 9.3 clients in ways that they hadn’t done in the previous five or six years under the Autonomy and HP bureaucracies. The freedom is there now Read more…

16 Nov

Error: Citrix Profile Management Driver Could Not Be Loaded

I came across a puzzling issue in Citrix Profile Management. The following error message appeared in the Windows Event Log:  The Citrix Profile Management driver could not be loaded. Processing cannot continue. The user will be given a temporary profile.  Cause: The Citrix Profile Management Service on this computer could not connect to the driver while processing Read more…

08 Nov

Demystifying the New Windows 10 Licensing Options

With the arrival of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft has released a host of new licensing options for companies to consider as they look to implement the new operating system. All apply to the Windows 10 Enterprise edition, all are called Windows Enterprise E3, but there remain plenty of differences. Let’s go through each Read more…

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