BriForum 2012 Chicago Presentation (10 things in AD that can hurt your Application and Desktop Virtualization efforts and how to fix them)

Greetings,

If you came to my presentation at BriForum 2012 in Chicago, thanks for being there.  This presentation is different from the Synergy version in that I added content for:

  • Server 2012 AD
  • Quest Workspace Desktop Virtualization
  • RES Workspace Manager
  • VMware View

I would like to thank the following people for their help in putting together the information and for verifying its accuracy and up-to-dateness.

Michael B. Smith, Exchange MVP, http://TheEssentialExchange.com

Brian Desmond, Directory Services MVP, http://BrianDesmond.com

Andrew S. Baker, Directory Services Expert, http://about.me/Andrew.S.Baker

Jo Harder, former Citrix XenApp product architect, now at http://www.dh.com

Bob Free, Directory Services Expert, PG&E, Enterprise Shared Technology and Services

Michel Roth, Product Manager Quest Workspace, Microsoft MVP Remote Desktop Services for information on Quest Workspace Desktop Virtualization

Scott Bowling, Pride Technologies for information on Quest Workspace Desktop Virtualization

Sander van der Hoek, IBM, RES Software Certified Professional for information on RES Workspace Manager

Andre Leibovici, View Architect, Office of CTO – End User Computing VMware for help in finding VMware View information

My presentation, in PDF form, is available here for FREE:

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/43555945/BriForum%20Presentation%2010%20Things%20in%20AD.pdf

Thanks

Webster

About Carl Webster

Webster is a Sr. Solutions Architect for Choice Solutions, LLC and specializes in Citrix, Active Directory and Technical Documentation. Webster has been working with Citrix products for many years starting with Multi-User OS/2 in 1990.

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2 Responses to “BriForum 2012 Chicago Presentation (10 things in AD that can hurt your Application and Desktop Virtualization efforts and how to fix them)”

  1. Leo Says:

    BTW, excellent presentation! In any forum/conference, you’ll have your extremes when it comes to content and presentation with most just being average/in the middle. Carl’s presentation and content was probably the best of Briforum. And to top it off, he has a good sense of humor. I am more a Citrix Admin than an AD admin so I found this extremely educational. I also believe there is enough information here that I forwarded the PDF to my AD admins with the confidence that even they will find some golden nuggets here and there. Great Job!

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  2. Roger Birong, Jr. Says:

    Carl,

    Thanks for making this available ahead of time! Your presentation was great – I’m confident everyone learned something from it.

    -Roger

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