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Integrating your GitHub Repo’s with Nerdio

Introduction Nerdio recently released two very very powerful features which integrate together to enable complete automation capability for Windows Virtual Desktop with the click of a few buttons. These two features are Scripted Actions, and GitHub Integration. The GitHub integration capacity enables us to link our existing GitHub repositories which may contain all of your …

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Fair Share CPU Scheduling on Windows 10 Multi-Session

Kasper Johansen recently asked a question on the WVD Community slack channel to see if CP Fair Sharing was supporting on Windows 10 Multi-Session. I wasn’t quite sure so I thought I would do a bit of testing and it doe indeed seem to be supported. What is CPU Fair Share?? So what is CPU …

AZ-140, WVD

AZ-140 Windows Virtual Desktop Speciality Study Guide

This week Microsoft announced the AZ-140 exam which will be released in March. In this page I will include links so help you study to pass this exam!! Microsoft generally builds their exams from the docs pages so I will try and include any links that I find, as well as external links. The description …

Nerdio, WVD

Getting Started with Nerdio – Part 1 – Image Creation

Introduction Hello everyone!! I recently accepted a position with Nerdio to become their UK Field CTO. I was not really looking for a new position but I have followed Nerdio’s journey since they released Nerdio Manager for WVD and I was extremely impressed with the product, the people and the passion that they all have. …

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Configuring Visual Studio Code for WVD

Hey everyone. In this post I am going to show you how to install Visual Studio Code, install the Azure plugin and then connect to our WVD environment and run some basic commands. So let’s get started! Installing Visual Studio Code First of all we need to download Visual Studio Code from here – https://code.visualstudio.com/ …

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Using PowerShell with WVD Part 1

Hi everyone, this post in a series of posts which I am looking to write around different methods of interacting with Windows Virtual Desktop via different methods. I am hoping to explore PowerShell, JSON, Terraform, Ansible, GitHub, DevOps, Pipelines etc. We will create host pools, build images, use Image Builder and a whole load of …

WVD, WVD Weekly Newsletter

WVD Weekly blogpost 5th April–12th April

Hello and welcome to the 2nd Windows Virtual Desktop weekly blog post.  In this post we will highlight anything that’s happened in the past 7 Days in the world of Windows Virtual Desktop! (WVD). I had very good feedback from the first one which you can view here – https://www.virtualmanc.co.uk/2020/04/05/wvd-weekly-newsletter-30th-march-5th-april-2020/  It’s been another pretty busy …