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September 2010

Fast Provisioning Citrix Xenapp 6 with Worker Groups and Policies 3/3

First part : Fast Provisioning Citrix Xenapp 6 with Worker Groups and Policies 1/3 Second part : Fast Provisioning Citrix Xenapp 6 with Worker Groups and Policies 2/3 This is now the third and last part, now you know what are Worker Groups and how to manage Policies, I will show a fast XenApp 6...

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Fast Provisioning Citrix Xenapp 6 with Worker Groups and Policies 2/3

Now you know a bit more about Worker Groups (cf Fast Provisioning Citrix XenApp 6 with Worker Groups and Policies 1/3) I can continue with the fast provisioning and policies part. What’s new regarding Policies ? XenApp 6 policies changed a lot, first change, you don’t need to launch a Citrix Management Console (Java old...

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Fast Provisioning Citrix Xenapp 6 with Worker Groups and Policies 1/3

Worker Groups and Policies are some of the feaures included in Citrix XenApp 6. I know this version isn’t deployed wildly and tehre are many reasons I won’t speak about here; you can still read a blog and very interresting comments about that here : I work with Citrix Education to build exams for XenApp...

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Citrix XenApp 6 – Why it doesn’t spread ?

Citrix XenApp 6 is one year old product already and still not wide deployed (In my country at least, France). Why ? I think about two reasons : Mostly because you can install XenApp 6 only on Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 which is only 64Bits operation system from Microsoft and because there are many features...

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XenServer : The VM Needs storage that cannot be seen from that host

This issue is tricky because you need to know XenServer very well and understand the error message bellow while trying to launch a VM. The VM Needs storage that cannot be seen from that host I attached a CIFS with all ISOs files I needed to the XenServer and the machine where the ISOs where...

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Force VM reboot in Citrix XenServer – Command line

This information can be very usefull when you’re stuck with a never ending tryin’ rebooting VM. First you need to know the target VM UUID, very easy just type the command line : Then you will have the output with the requested information (UUID) and it should look like that : Finally, just use the...

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