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Windows 2008

Remotely clean up Virtual Machines drives – XenDesktop

Following up the previous blogs XenDesktop XenApp 7.x – vmware / ad / delivery group notes and descriptions sync and Expand virtual machines hard disk – automation and continue in automated task, I had to clean up the D: drive of different XenDesktop Delivery Group. As there was no security restriction on the D: drive some users used it...

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XenDesktop 4 vs XenDesktop 5, differences ?

If you’re used to check the IMA service and verify if everything is running fine on your XenDesktop 4 or XenApp environment, you won’t find any IMA in XenDesktop 5. This is one of the huge changes Citrix have done in the new XenDesktop, this is a major change because no more IMA means many...

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Citrix – Project Alcatraz Technology Concept

Warning : For those who download Alcatraz before the 2nd of December 2010, please update it, same link. An issue around leaking desktop handles is affecting v0.9.0.31, when you update it you should have v0.9.0.32 Citrix announced the 29th of November 2010 a new project code name “Alcatraz“, part of the project “San Francisco” and...

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XenApp Power and Capacity Management with provisioned machines

Provisioning XenApp 6 Servers is very easy and make everything very simple but using third party Citrix products like EdgeSight or Power and Capacity Management can be tricky in order to make it work properly with provisioned services. The last issue I had was with Power and Capacity Management but before explaining everything, a quick...

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Remote Desktop published application – Double upper case issue

At one of my customer place, we need to publish mstsc.exe (RDP Client) through XenApp 4.5 on Windows 2008 x64. Users complained about a weird keyboard behaviour. While typing in their session, users stated using shift for the first letter, the second letter was upper case as well. I’va made a quick video to show...

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Citrix XenApp – Hiding system drives part 2/2

This is the second part, here is the link to the first part : Citrix XenApp – Hiding system drives part 1/2 If you read the first part, now you know how to apply the Microsoft Windows 2003/2008/R2 GPO to hide A,B,C or/and D drives. But what’s happening if you have a E: drive or...

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Citrix XenApp – Hiding system drives part 1/2

Hiding system drives C, D, floppy if there is still one and CDRom seems to be easy but I saw many many time at some customer’s place administrator unable to complete this simple operation. The reason is in most of the case, the administrator doesn’t really know how to manage GPO and what is difference...

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