Month: April 2012

WinDoh is moved!

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Today my blog, WinDoh, is moved from Blogger (http://windoh-pedro.blogspot.com) to WordPress (https://windoh.wordpress.com). My old blog is still accessible, but the blog entries will be replaced with links to the new blog. At the moment of writing about this move my previous blog had 25788 hits (in just over 15 months time, although the biggest piece of visitors were welcomed in 2011 and the beginning of this year). Hopefully this blog will attract even more visitors, so please come back as much as you want! I will try to improve the layout a little bit and add a lot of new content. Stay tuned!

DFSS doesn’t work as expected

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ATTENTION: this blog post is a replacement for a previous blog post about the same topic (https://windoh.wordpress.com/2012/01/24/dfss-gets-disabled-automatically). In my previous blog post not every piece of information was correct. I’ve done some more research and I have new information about this topic. That’s why I have written a completely new article. Please ignore my previous blog post completely!

Dynamic Fair Share Scheduling (DFSS) is a new feature for a Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH) (so only on Windows Server 2008 R2) and is enabled by default when the RDSH role is installed. Read the rest of this entry »

Remote Desktop Licensing server can’t update attributes of AD user

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It seems in some scenarios users accessing a Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH) don’t get a license from a Remote Desktop Licensing (RDL) server and an even ID 4105 is logged on the RDL server. This event is talking about a problem, i.e. attributes of an AD user can’t be updated by the licensing server. This article explains what happened and how to fix the issue. But let’s start with some background information first, just to be sure you have the necessary knowledge about this topic. Note this is not a complete manual though, it just explains the things you should know before discussing the actual issue. Read the rest of this entry »