Citrix Netscaler 10.5 is out since a couple of weeks now, and if you want to read what’s new about this new release just click on the [link] because there are so many things I won’t list everything here. I will use this blog to refresh the
As I got an unlimited access to Windows Azure I wanted to check out how I could extend my lab into it and use it to store VMs workload (at first). Here what you need : * Citrix NetScaler VPX (tested with NS10.1: Build 122.17.nc & NS10.1: Build 123.
Now the final release of XenServer 5.5 is available for download (Â with you MyCitrix account ) I had to upgrade my XenServer 5.5 beta 1 to this new release. My first step was to download all iso files and XenCenter 5.5, the I began with and upgrade
[Issues 1=”at” 2=”the” 3=”end” 4=”of” 5=”this” 6=”post…” ] Here it is ! Full of promizes, and full of new options we are all waiting for. Let me tell you first, this is BETA release from Citrix, so don’t complain to me or to Citrix if
This video shows how to install Citrix XenDesktop 3 on Microsoft Windows 2003 R2 SP2. I was very surprise at first because I wasn’t able to install Citrix XenDesktop 3 on Microsoft Windows 2008 (?!) This product is less than one week old and Microsoft Windows 2008 is not supported
Now we know how to install Citrix Provisioning Server 5 on Windows 2008 (Â Citrix Provisioning Server 5 on Windows 2008Â ) and how to deploy the ‘client’ on a target device (Â Â ) we need to know to learn how everything works together. This video shows how to configure Citrix
Now the Citrix Provisioning Server 5 is install and running, the next step is to deploy the Target Device Client on a machine and I will show you this very simple and basic installation in the next video with a Microsoft Windows XP computer. The next step after this installation