Update: Logon GPO Analysis via PowerShell
Posted By Niron Koren
July 29, 2018
End-user happiness would decrease exponentially if your end-user had enough time to make a cup of joe while logging on.  Therefore, a crucial part of a good end-user experience is keeping logon times short. Part of your job as a SysAdmin is to make sure that the logon sequence, including authorization, profile load, shell initialization […]
Troubleshoot and Speed Up Windows Logons in Desktop Virtualization Environments
Posted By Matan Nataf
August 07, 2016
Logon issues are part of the reality of any desktop virtualization environment. Since slow logons are rampant in virtual environments and have a negative impact on user experience and how VDI is perceived in the organization, it is important to minimize the slow logons to the lowest level possible. Let’s explore common reasons for slow […]
VDI Monitoring: What You Don’t Know You’re Missing
Posted By Yoni
December 09, 2015
How do you know that what you understand to be all-encompassing isn’t actually quite as extensive as you might have thought? Surely when you buy an all-inclusive package, you can feel safe in the knowledge that the words all-inclusive are a dead giveaway. Apparently this is not necessarily true, as while nothing is completely perfect, so this […]
Logon GPO Analysis via PowerShell
Posted By Niron Koren
March 11, 2015
End-user happiness would decrease exponentially if your end-user had enough time to make a cup of joe while logging on.  Therefore, a crucial part of a good end-user experience is keeping logon times short. Part of your job as a SysAdmin is to make sure that the logon sequence, including authorization, profile load, shell initialization […]
Posted By ControlUp Team
February 03, 2015
This is the first in a  series of posts where we will review some of ControlUp’s unique features that ease and optimize some small, yet important tasks. In this post, we will explore how ControlUp gives you the ability to access a user’s environment and troubleshoot without logging him/her out. The Issue with SysAdmin Troubleshooting […]
Posted By ControlUp Team
May 01, 2013
Systems administrators who are responsible for configuring and troubleshooting Group Policy are familiar with the uncertainty involved in this task. Once configured, a Group Policy Object is supposed to start affecting users and/or computers, but there is no quick and easy way to ensure that Group Policy is indeed active and working as expected. So […]