A while ago I explained how user passwords in common applications like Outlook are stored and encrypted. Unfortunately the tie of encryption and user accounts made a migration impossible for a number of migration scenarios. With Profile Migrator 2.3 we...
Before talking about what’s new, let me explain shortly, what Profile Migrator is all about. A brief paragraph about Profile Migrator Profile Migrator preserves user personalities when moving from one system to another making the transition to a new environment...
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The sepago ACS technology - what's it all about? The ACS files are a key to Profile Migrator's functionality. But what are the ACS files all about, and why do they make profile migration so simple? ACS stands for “Application...
Migrations are a common task in corporate IT. Computers are replaced, domains are merged, physical hardware is replaced by virtual infrastructure. In an ideal world the user will not notice that the migration was performed. In reality the user is...
Since the release of Profile Migrator 1.0 we have received a lot of positve feedback and feature suggestions . While we are working on adding support for profile migration from client computers in the next major release, the beta version...
I was recently supporting a customer who had a migration project planned. The customers were using Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 on Windows Server 2003 x86 and the task was to replace this with XenApp 6 on Windows Server 2008 R2...
When I attended BriForum 2007 in Amsterdam, Juliano Maldaner (XenApp product architect) presented features in future versions of XenApp. He also talked about a very impressive change how XenApp handles policies : the plan was to integrate them into Microsoft...
The Microsoft Remote Desktop Services Team has release a very intriguing article about Aero Glass Remoting with Windows Server 2008 R2 . Being a tech guy, I have tested this on a development system and I must say that I...
In a last article explained the new design for storing folder views introduced by Windows Vista and Server 2008. But it only hints at a solution using a profile management product and lacks a proper description how to achieve this...
In one of my previous articles I explained how Windows handles folder views and A reader has pointed me to the fact that the described behaviour seems to have changed beginning with Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.
Lately, I have been working with Windows x64 a lot. I am under the impression that few are really aware of the behavioural changes introduced by the Windows-on-Windows 64 (WoW64) layer enabling 32-bit applications to run on Windows x64. Therefore,...