A few months ago I wrote about the VMware View optimization script breaking Internet Explorer and Adobe Acrobat through the addition of a registry entry that disabled Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR): ASLR was a feature added to Windows st…

I just got finished with a customer issue who had deployed Cisco Jabber along with VMware View, using Persona Management and floating desktops set to refresh at logoff. Much to their annoyance, users would have to reconfigure their Cisco Jabber clien…

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In a Bloomberg article on Microsoft potentally cutting jobs sometime this week: Engineering teams have traditionally been split between program managers, developers and testers. Yet with new cloud methods of building software, it often makes sense …

Wednesday I had the chance to spend the whole day soaking in knowledge. Always a welcomed event. This time it centered around Cisco Meraki. As an employee of a Cisco Premier partner (AOS), and a current CCNA, I was able to attend this one day boot …

I've been trying to determine the best way to link the blog and my Twitter account together. Obviously I tweet links to much of what I post here, but I tweet far more often than I blog. There are usually lots of good nuggets that I find, either links…

Yesterday I sat for the VMware Certified Advanced Professional in Desktop Administration exam. While I would love to tell you that I passed, sadly it seems I will be sitting for the exam again soon. For some reason I thought it would be a good idea t…

Almost exactly one year ago, I wrote: I'm taking a Facebook Vacation. I've logged out from every device, removed the apps, the bookmarks, integration to operating systems. The duration will be as long as I can swing it. There may be a poi…

I just flew back from Palo Alto where I've been attending the VMware Partner Technical Advisory Board on End User Computing. Prior to a couple of months ago, I'd never heard of a PTAB, and then I got invited to one. The purpose of the PTAB is for VMw…

John Gruber's feedback on Rick Merritt, reporting for the EE Times: When is the last time HP had a single interesting product? HP Moonshot…

Things are rough today at Emory University: A Windows 7 deployment image was accidently sent to all Windows machines, including laptops, desktops, and even servers. This image started with a repartition / reformat set of tasks. As soon as the …