Continuing down the ethical hacking journey I was recently asked to provide a geographical security baseline to a Citrix ADC setup. The request was something flexible enough to provide security quickly and easily but also something that was simple to manage.
Securing local drive access in an End User Computing environment is essential to ensure that your users do not gain access to applications and tools that they are not entitled…
This is another lesson I have learnt from a recent “Ethical Hack” – lateral movement can get you in trouble fast! First lets take a look at what lateral movement is.
This was brought to my attention recently when being “ethically” hacked and is an easy one to remediate but apparently one that has been around for a while. Essentially Windows…
PowerShell is no doubt one of the most prolific tools used in End User Computing (EUC) for administering your estate. This is a good thing and often makes thing a whole lot easier for us as administrators, however, it is also one of the most used tools for black hat teams to attack your estate.
This is going to be a quick post but one that should help some of you “automation heads” out. I was recently rebuilding my lab and I decided to update the Nutanix MCS Driver for XenDesktop to the latest version. I used the existing script that I had to run the install but then my Citrix XenDesktop Site configuration script started to fail.
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