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Apple iOS 11 Breaks Windows Server 2016 and Exchange 2016

by Michael Bianchi, Senior Systems Engineer Today, September 19, 2017 Apple has made their highly anticipated release of Apple iOS version

Still Reverse Imaging to Update VMware Tools?! How Very Dark Ages of You!

by Aaron Silber Managing Director – NY Region For anyone who works with the Citrix Provisioning Server (PVS) product, you

Update…Microsoft’s June Security Update Causes Attachment Handling Issues in Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016

by Julia Skochko Desktop & Applications Architect Affected Products:  Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016. Problem:  Microsoft’s June 2017 update

UPDATE…Connecting to Citrix From Apple Products – New Upgrade Needs More of an Understanding

by Aaron Silber Managing Director – NY Region UPDATE TODAY! Citrix recently released version of Citrix Receiver for iOS client

Connecting to Citrix From Apple Products – New Upgrade Needs More of an Understanding

by Aaron Silber Managing Director – NY Region In a world where network security is constantly compromised, either by hackers

The Quest to Optimize

by Aaron Silber Managing Director – NY Region As part of our never ending quest to optimize systems, one of

Change in Microsoft Exchange 2016 Cumulative Update 5 (CU5) Removes The Ability to Perform Individual Mailbox or Mail Item Restores

by William Fulmer, Chief Engineering Officer Cumulative Update 5 (CU5) for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 was released on March 21,

Daylight Saving Time May Cause Problems with VDI Environments

by Jamie Engelhard, Chief Technology Officer Important Reminder about Upcoming Clock Change This is a reminder that Daylight Saving Time

Citrix Connection Quality Indicator

by Aaron Silber, Managing Director – NY Region Hello fellow Citrix Admins, If you are involved in supporting a Citrix

Vulnerability in Duo’s Authentication Proxy Server Software

by Michael Trantas, Senior Solutions Architect We would like to make our Duo customers aware of a recently discovered vulnerability

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