Just recently I was tasked to identify all Citrix Receiver Versions connecting to a Citrix XenDesktop 7.x environment. For starters, to get information on current sessions issue the following PowerShell cmdlets on your Citrix Broker Server:
If you want to use your NetScaler for all things that need to be accessible from the outside, over a single IP address, that poses an issue. As is usually a problem with small to medium sized businesses which only have
I came upon this quite frequent issue with my XenDesktop 7.8 Hosted Shared Desktop environment based on Windows Server 2008 R2. Folder Redirection via GPO is in place, whereas Citrix User Profile Management is not used.
In order to make this work, check out the Prerequisites section, and read my other articles about installing and configuring AD FS prior to setting them up with ShareFile and/or NetScaler. This setup requires multiple steps with functional verification tests
When trying to execute the MDX Toolkit v10.x in a Mac OS X Virtual Machine you might be left with empty dialogue boxes: This is due to the MDX Toolkit not running in a virtualized Mac OS X environment, thus
As I’m always thankful for any tool that might come in handy during troubleshooting sessions I thought that this might be interesting for you NetScaler/XenMobile guys as well. Just recently I stumbled upon this neat little article: CTX141060 – Citrix
Starting with Citrix XenDesktop 7.x there have been some features that have been deprecated by Citrix, such as LPT and COM Port Mapping, which are not working as expected or properly after upgrading to VDA 7.x. I stumbled upon this
During implementing quite some XenMobile 10.x solutions in the last couple of months I came across some issues that caused quite some headaches. Therefore I’d like to document and share my lessons learned in this new blog. As all my implementations