Tag: image management

Managing Windows Virtual Desktop with Microsoft Endpoint Manager – Part 2

In part two of the series Stefan Dingemanse (@sdingemanse) explains how to automatically enroll your #WindowsVirtualDesktop (#WVD) session hosts into Intune. And then… well, that’s were the fun begins! Read it here: https://stefandingemanse.com/2020/10/10/managing-windows-virtual-desktop-with-microsoft-endpoint-manager-part-2-enrolling-your-wvd-session-host-into-intune/

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Managing Windows Virtual Desktop with Microsoft Endpoint Manager – Part 1 –

Stefan Dingemanse (@sdingemanse) explores the possibilities for managing a #WindowsVirtualDesktop (#WVD) environment with the use of Microsoft Endpoint Manager. This is part 1 about Hybrid Azure Domain Join. Read it here: https://stefandingemanse.com/2020/09/30/managing-windows-virtual-desktop-with-microsoft-endpoint-manager-part-1-setup-hybrid-azure-domain-join/

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How to install language packs on Windows 10 VMs in Windows Virtual Desktop

We’ve recently made some important updates to our documentation on how to how to install language packs on Windows 10 VMs in WindowsVirtualDesktop (#WVD). It now also includes guidance on how to get the Win 10 Inbox apps into the corresponding language. Read more here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-desktop/language-packs

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Install language packs on Windows 10 VMs in Windows Virtual Desktop

We provided new guidance on how to add language packs to #WindowsVirtualDesktop (#WVD) images. It is now much easier with direct download links to the relevant ISO that you need. So no more VLSC or other location with login required – from @pieterwigleven via Install language packs on Windows 10 VMs in Windows Virtual Desktop […]

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Customize Windows Server IaaS Virtual Machine images with Azure Image Builder

This news Microsoft Learn module explains how you can create new VMs from generalized images and use Azure Image Builder templates to create and manage images in Azure, great for use with #WindowsVirtualDesktop (#WVD)! via Customize Windows Server IaaS Virtual Machine images – Learn | Microsoft Docs

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How to Windows Update for Business with #WVD

Via @brinkhoff_c: comes a tip for a newly published article that explains how to update your Windows 10 single and multi-session images as part of #WindowsVirtualDesktop (#WVD) on Azure with Windows Update for Business without having MECM/SCCM. via Configure Windows Update for Business (Windows 10) – Windows Deployment | Microsoft Docs

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Using Azure Image builder and Azure Shared Image Gallery with WVD

Microsoft’s Tom Hickling (@tomhickling) has written a blog that is about how you can use Azure Image Builder with Shared Image Gallery to deploy WVD Host pools. He shows you a simple “kickstarter” example of how you can use Azure Image Builder (AIB) to build a Windows 10 Multi Session image and then place this […]

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Windows Virtual Desktop Host Pool Autoscaling

Patrick Köhler (@wvdlogix) has released his WVDLogix Autoscaling Tool in preview. His solution combines the best of Microsoft´s scripts, with user interfaces and one single script to rule them all. To help you getting started with my script he’s created a video for you which explains the steps in detail. via Windows Virtual Desktop Host […]

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Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) – Image Management : How to manage and deploy custom images (including versioning) with the Azure Shared Image Gallery (SIG)

In this #WVD blog Robin Hobo (@robinhobo) will show you step-by-step how to create an image, deploy a #WindowsVirtualDesktop Host pool with it, and update it with a new image version afterwards, using the #Azure Shared Image Gallery. A great benefit of the Azure Image Gallery is that you can deploy your image to different […]

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New Azure Shared Image Gallery features are now available

Features in Azure Shared Image Gallery are now generally available. Support for Premium SSD storage account type Users can now choose to store their SIG image versions in Premium SSD storage accounts for better VM deployment and post-boot performance. This feature is now generally available. Get started here: Documentation, CLI, PowerShell, Portal, API, ARM Template and SDK Specialized Images in Shared Image Gallery […]

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