I bet several XenApp Administrators around the world still have XenApp 6.5 Farms to manage and so do I. Here’s a table about all post-HRP07 Hotfixes.
Last month I had to manage a XenApp 6.5 Farm which was still on Hotfix Rollup Pack 3 without any further Hotfixes. This farm suffered from regular published Desktop session disconnects. When the users tried to reconnect to their disconnected sessions, they received a new sessions instead, leaving all their apps and documents opened and unreachable in the orphaned session. Continue reading “XenApp 6.5 Hotfix Rollup Pack 7 + all Hotfixes”
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On Tuesday the 2nd May 2107 Google published a new update for Google Chrome Enterprise 58.0.3029.96. After this update, nearly all of our XenApp 6.5 customers informed us, that Google Chrome stopped working for them. The browser itself opens, but it never displays any content:
In XenApp projects you always face the challenge to decide whether to deploy a published Desktop or different published applications for the users. Many times you will have to use a combination of both. Especially in the published application use-case, you have to find a way to allow your users manage their files with a file explorer. This might not be a problem for Fat-Client users with their Windows 10 Notebooks inside the corporate LAN. Those can simply run their local file explorer and access smb shares.
Wie von Citrix bereits auf der Synergy im Frühjahr angekündigt, sind am 30.06.2015 die beiden neuen Feature Packs erschienen. Die Details anbei nur kurz zusammengefasst, da Citrix dazu selbst eine Menge Artikel veröffentlicht hat. Dieser Beitrag dient an dieser Stelle eher als Linksammlung, um sich alle relevanten Infos nicht selber zusammensuchen zu müssen. Continue reading “Release: XenApp 6.5 Feature Pack 3 und XenApp 7.6 Feature Pack 2”