Matthias Schlimm

Since 1998, Matthias has worked with Citrix products like WinFrame, MetaFrame, Presentation Server, etc. Projects from small to large environments, working with Citrix Provisioning Server since 2009, Version 5.0. Has the initial idea to create this script framework on a big customer project in year 2012 and develop this tool in the first release with Batch-Files and Re-Scripting this to Powershell.
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Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) – Version 6.0.0

Posted by Matthias Schlimm on Apr 19, 2017 2:17:37 PM

the perfect way to seal your Base Image

Every time you build you’re base Image from scratch or update it, you must seal it before deploying it to your cloned devices. No matter if you are using Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop with Machine Creation Services (MCS) or Provisioning Services (PVS), VMware View or Microsoft only, BIS-F supports it all. Optimize your base Image before deployment, delete unique identifiers to prevent duplicate/ghost entries on your management server (Anti-Virus, SCCM, SCOM, etc.…), delete junk files, defrag your disk etc. All these necessary steps and much more has to be run manually, but here is a better way. Here’s the right tool for the job.

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Topics: XenDesktop, Base Image, BISF, Windows, Citrix XenApp

Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) 6.0.0 BETA available

Posted by Matthias Schlimm on Jan 30, 2017 12:05:29 PM

Many new enhancements, functionalities and bugfixes (see the complete list below), but I will give you a short introduction of them:

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Topics: beta, Citrix PVS, BISF, Windows 10

Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) – Version 5.1.0

Posted by Matthias Schlimm on Jan 30, 2016 6:19:53 PM

the perfect way to seal your Base Image

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Topics: XenDesktop, XenApp, Powershell, Base Image, BISF, VMware Horizon View, Microsoft RDS

Login Consultants – Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) Version 5.0.2 now supports FSLogix

Posted by Matthias Schlimm on Aug 18, 2015 9:52:13 PM

The PowerShell Framework "BIS-F" prepares your golden image in your environment for Citrix PVS, MCS, XenApp or XenDesktop. If an image will be installed from scratch or updated for the lifecycle process, some preparation must be taken to complete these steps, GUID’s from Software (like antivirus, SCCM, SCOM, App-V or other) must be deleted to prevent ghost entries in the Management consoles.

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Topics: XenDesktop, XenApp, Powershell, Citrix PVS, MCS

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