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RDS: Changing the Connection Broker DNS Alias As you cannot edit the name from the RDS Server GUI, PowerShell to the rescue: Set-RDClientAccessName -ConnectionBroker -ClientAccessName

To view the FC WWWNs on a 2012 R2 or above Windows Server via powershell: “get-initiatorport” InstanceName NodeAddress PortAddress ConnectionType ———— ———– ———– ————– PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&370d11c1&0&0038_0 20000000c965485c 10000000c965485c Fibre Channel PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&370d11c1&0&0138_0 20000000c965485b 10000000c965485b Fibre Channel PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&2ded1b5a&0&0040_0 20000000c976ba3a 10000000c976ba3a Fibre Channel PCI\VEN_10DF&DEV_FE00&SUBSYS_FE0010DF&REV_02\4&2ded1b5a&0&0140_0 20000000c976ba3b 10000000c976ba3b Fibre Channel And pipe to a file with “c:\WWNs.txt”

 Install Web Client: Install-RDWebClientPackage “Publish-RDWebClientPackage -Type Test -Latest” Publish-RDWebClientPackage -Type Production -Latest Uninstall Web Client: Uninstall-RDWebClient Uninstall-Module -Name RDWebClientManagement Note: If you replace the SSL or set this up from new. You will need to import the SSL as a CER file (does currently support PFX files): Import-RDWebClientBrokerCert You can then find the site under /rdweb/webclient/

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