If for any reason, you’ve changed the certificate on your vCenter server, existing Hosting connections in Citrix Studio will break.Read more
After a failed upgrade from Citrix VCAD 7.15.3000 to 1912, uninstalling 7.15 and reinstalling 1912, a VDA was rendered useless. I couldn’t start the published desktop or finance applications. It was the only VDA in a Machine Catalog (provisioning manual), showed as registered and added to a dedicated Delivery Group. The Delivery Group showed one registered machine and one missing registration (which is odd with only one VDA in the Machine Catalog).Read more
When running the Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW), at the point where the Hybrid Agent installs, it installs and registers fine, but then fails the verification step.Read more
Using Veeam backup for Microsoft Office 365 to backup your Exchange Online mailboxes, Sharepoint or OneDrive data to a QNAP NAS requires specific configuration.Read more
Since MS OneNote is still around in companies, also used in Citrix environments, it’s important to make sure the OneNote cache folder is being redirected to a location outside the roaming profile. Because it can take up a lot of space, redirection of the cache folder is mandatory. Whether you use MS roaming profiles, Citrix UPM profiles or VMware UEM profiles, you don’t want to have the OneNote cache roaming in your profile.Read more
I configured a Citrix Storefront 2.6 site for a customer and had to make some modifications in the web.config file. I ran into this little nifty tool which has a great GUI interface into the web.config. The tool offers a GUI to ease configuration of the StoreFront 1.2/2.0/2.1/2.5/2.6 “Receiver for Web”. Read more
A customer wanted to publish an internal hosted IIS 7.0 website to the outside world through a Netscaler 10.5. I configured the server, services and Virtual Server objects in the Netscaler interface.
So far so good. The IIS server still had to be configured with the website, so till that time the default website showed with no problems. Untill the the supplier of the website installed the website. From that moment on the services object state on the Netscaler went down.
Although there are a number of methods and tools to maintain print-driver replication amongst Xenapp servers, the main objective is to keep your drivers in sync with your print-server. Setting up a Xenapp farm means that users don’t have the right to add print-drivers. And so even when the most piddling DLL deviates from your print server your users are presented with malignant looking windows demanding all sorts of admin stuff. Can your hear the phone ringing at the service desk…? Read more