Picture this scenario - you are at the pointy end of a major modern management project and it’s time to test every policy, configuration and application at scale and quickly.
What do you do? With infinite money, infinite time and a willing client, you take over their VC meeting room and stack dozens of devices on a desk and blast slayer while you verify your builds ( this literally has happened to me)..
On the surface, installing printers on end user devices seems like a fairly simple process that’s been solved for decades - a nice combination of Group Policies and PowerShell has made this a non-issue.
But what if our devices aren’t domain joined?
Keeping up with the rapid momentum of everything in the modern management world is a full time job. It’s exhausting, but it’s also fun.
Windows Terminal has been out for around 6 months now and it’s safe to say it’s a huge success.
It’s a great way to handle working with multiple terminal applications in one space, and the ability to customize the environment to suit your needs (both aesthetic and functional) make it a perfect tool for anyone who lives in a shell environment for hours on end.