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Memory Control Script - Capping Leaky Processes

In the third part of the series covering the features of a script I’ve written to control process working sets (aka “memory”), I will show how it can be used to prevent leaky processes from consuming more memory than you believe they should. 709 more words


Memory Control Script - Fine Tuning Process Memory Usage

In part 1 of this series I introduced a script which consists of over 900 lines of PowerShell, although over 20% of that is comments, that ultimately just calls a single Windows API, namely  1,019 more words


Memory Control Script - Reclaiming Unused Memory

This is the first in a series of articles which describes the operation of a script I have written for controlling process memory use on Windows. 1,030 more words


How To Find Out All Remote Desktop Logon Sessions That Took Place On Windows Server 2012 R2

The first time I used these logs is when I was running an audit to figure out whether a specific user has recently accessed my server using Remote Desktop Connection. 326 more words

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Can I use Office365 licenses in a RDS environment?

This week, I was presented with an interesting challenge. It required me to find out if it is possible to use Office365 licenses to deploy Office-apps to a RDS (formerly Terminal Services) environment. 356 more words


Как да активираме и подсигурим отдалечена връзка за Windows 2008 R2

RDP Version 7.0

Тази версия излиза през Юли 2009 и е включена в Windows Server 2008 R2, а също и Windows 7. С излизането й протокола сменя името си от Terminal Services на Remote Desktop Services. 58 more words

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Measuring GPU Utilization in Remote Desktop Services

I recently spent some time experimenting with GPU Discrete Device Assignment in Azure using the NV* series of VM.  As we noticed that Internet Explorer was consuming quite a bit CPU resources on our Remote Desktop Services session hosts, I wondered how much of an impact on the CPU using a GPU would do by accelerating graphics through the specialized hardware.  460 more words