Redirecting local resources such as printers and local drives can be helpful for users to work properly and more efficient. Users can choose which local resources they would like to redirect. There might be reasons to prevent redirection of printers, clipboards, audio, etc.
Let’s look at what options are available and how we, as administrators, can manage them.
If you manage Active Directory, Windows Server deployment, or something else, PowerShell is an essential tool to master. When it comes to Windows 365, there is no difference. The capability to deploy or get information on environments is handy, especially if you want to automate something.
This article will go through how to get information about your Windows 365 environment with PowerShell. But how is it possible when there is no PowerShell module for Windows 365?
To create an Azure Managed image, you have to “Generalize” the VM. once it’s Generalized, it will become unusable. You have to create a new VM and begin from scratch if any changes are needed. You can create a temporary VM to resolve this, but it doesn’t come without some flaws.
It is essential to secure identities and environments from hackers in today’s world, and Windows 365 is no exception. Azure Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) In combination with conditional Access, makes securing your Windows 365 environment even easier and more manageable.
Windows 365 Enterprise can be used with predefined Windows 10/11 images, but you can also use a custom image when deploying cloud PCs to users. This might be a good idea if you wish to preconfigure something in the image before deploying.