• Let's Encrypt offers a free, easy way to have SSL certificates that are generally secure and don't produce warnings in your browser. However, with certificates expiring every 90 days, manually updating them could become a tedious task, even more so if you have to deploy the same certificate on multiple machines. In this guide, we'll see how to auto-update certificates on multiple machines in a typical Citrix XenDesktop/XenApp scenario, using Ansible and some scripting.

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  • 1) In this case settings are defined in the tool. Security is a link that unfortunately can't be overridden. If you want the user to have calculator, notepad, etc... you'll have to define them in composer.

    2) You can avoid agent install by putting the agent folder on  an UNC path (i.e. mydomainnetlogoncomposeragent and in the GPO call the executable. But you have to call the after-installation steps of agent in computer logon scripts (i.e. mydomainnetlogoncomposeragentcomposeragent.exe -install ), which creates the DesktopComposer Local user groups and sets ACLs on Common start menu folder.

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  • Hi Leos! Glad to be here 🙂

    Installation of agent isn't strictly required, It is just for convenience because the installer does some tasks, like setting ACL on all user's menu and adding a user group to the system that can be done also in a machine login script GPO (by calling %agentexecutablefullpath% -install).

    Start menu items defined in Composition file will replace both the common start menu and user's start menu. At startup the agent takes a backup of initial user's start menu, which will be restored at logoff, when agent is called with switch -decompose.

    Cheers!

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  • DesktopComposer is an open source tool that simplifies Start Menu and Desktop shortcut deployment in Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, and Windows Server 2019 with Group Policy.

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