In this post we will upgrade our Citrix XenApp Delivery Controllers to version 7.18.
An addition to CTX138318 about how to delete an old Citrix Studio Hosting connection.
Instead of deleting every task manually we make use of PowerShell piping and Out-GridView.
Today in Citrix Studio I discovered a dead Hosting connection I set up years ago for some MCS tests. When I tried to simply delete the connection, I received the following message:
The error message leads to the following (helpful!) KB article: CTX138318
Continue reading “Unable to Delete Resources: There is currently an active background action”
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.
Continue reading “Tablacus Explorer is an awesome replacement for explorer.exe as a #XenApp published Application!”
To proof the capability of XenApp to deliver 3D rendered applications, we build a very basic PoC. We took a used Lenovo ThinkCentre Tower PC with an Intel Core i5 and 4GB RAM and bought a used Nvidia Quadro 2000 for it. It is important to use a Quadro card, because this makes the driver installation much easier. We tried other cards in the first place, but it was just way too much work to get drivers for a Windows Server installation to work properly. Continue reading “Basic XenApp HDX 3D Pro Proof of Concept – What I missed”
Im August 2015 hat sich ControlUp bei der Citrix Community sehr beliebt gemacht, indem sie ihr Script zur Analyse des Login Prozesses frei zur Verfügung gestellt haben. Im Dezember 2015 hat dann der Entwickler eine neue Version des Scripts angekündigt.
Continue reading “Neue Version: Analyze and troubleshoot the logon duration via PowerShell”