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Enable Screen Capture Protection for Azure Virtual Desktop Automated

Working remotely has a lot of advantages like less travel time, more focus to work (when the house is not full of kids :)), which contributes to working efficiently.

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Deploy Azure Monitor for AVD automated

Monitoring user environments will help you getting sights what is going on and will help you solving problems. An Azure Virtual Desktop environment isn’t an exception.

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Enable RDP ShortPath for WVD on an image version automated

Since Windows Virtual Desktop is generally available a lot of improvements has been done. Think about ARM template deployment, MSIX app attach through the Azure portal and performance improvements in the WVD client and latency improvements at the most of the regions.

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Azure Virtual Desktop Image Management Automated – Part 5 Monitor Image versions with Azure Monitor

When using the Azure Virtual Desktop for a longer time and created images several times you will noticed you are not able to remove old images directly when a new version has been deployed.

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Azure Virtual Desktop Image Management Automated – Part 4 AVD Clean up unused resources

The current situation, we have created new disks, snapshots, virtual machines, networks, images and session hosts. All the resources has been added to the existing AVD hostpool.

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Azure Virtual Desktop Image Management Automated - Part 3 Create AVD sessionhosts on image version with ARM

This article is serie of posts about AVD Image Management Automated. In this part we are going to add new sessionhosts to an existing AVD hostpool based on a ARM template.

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Azure Virtual Desktop Image Management Automated - Part 2 Save AVD image with Sysprep as Image Gallery version

This is part two of a serie posts about AVD disk management. In this blogpost I will explain how to finish a disk with sysprep and deploy it as a version into the Azure Shared Image Gallery automated.

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AVD Image Management Automated - Part 1 Create an AVD image version based on the existing config with PowerShell

This article is part one of a series of posts about AVD image management automated. In this first part, I will describe how to create and connect a new disk (based on a snapshot) to a new Azure VM based on the existing sessionhost configuration.

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