Philip Chapman

Windows 10 Calculator and VMware’s article on an optimized Windows 10 image.

Several months ago, VMware released a great article (here) on creating an optimized Windows 10 image for VDI environments. One issue with the article is that they have a ‘scorched earth’ policy in regards to Windows 10 UWP apps – that is – they all get removed if you follow

How to clear the VMware Verify configuration from your on-premise VIDM

VMware Verify uses a cloud service (Authy) to provide its functionality.  If you have a cloud hosted VIDM, your VMware Verify authentication adapter (MFAAdapter) comes pre-configured.    On the other hand, with on-premise VIDM, you are required to obtain a token from VMware support to enable the feature. I found

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