RES WM 2011 – Dynamic privileges

Dynamic privileges …a short review… A new cool feature in RES workspace manager 2011 is the possibility to use Dynamic privileges. To understand what dynamic privileges are we first have to understand what issues we run into when designing user environments. User environment are built around applications, user settings, drive mappings and of course basic …
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Facebook – Contacts and Privacy

Hi, Today while creating a webinar we were discussing that Facebook isn’t that secure. The reason we thought it wasn’t that secure it that when you add friends, colleagues and business contacts they all can see all your posts. Also it might annoy them to see posts that don’t relate to them. We were so …
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VDI – SSO, not so secure….

After the initial post we discovered more security matters that you should keep in mind. !!!! This is not just a VMware issue, this is a issue with all VDI solutions, it’s because we want SSO for our users.!!!!!! The VMware View client has by default a 600 minute time-out in which the user credentials …
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VMware View – PCoIP SSO bug

Hi, Last week we discovered a bug in VMware view. It’s a security breach in the PCoIP protocol that allows any user to override security of locked VMware View desktops. This only happens when using the PCoIP protocol and happens with the 4 and 4.5 version. We’ve tested this in several environments, at customers and …
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LiquidwareLabs ProfileUnity – Part2

Hi,As promised, more info on ProfileUnity.Before the first part was published I contacted LiquidwareLabs to verify my findings, it’s only fair to check with them.They pointed me to something I wrote about the filter they use to control which user gets which configuration.  At first I thought all configuration settings are in one view, they …
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