I promise this one will be quick, but yesterday I had some fun installing Citrix licensing. Of course, I always have fun when it comes to Citrix licensing! In this case, I was running Citrix License Server 188.8.131.52 build 25000 and received from Citrix a Virtual Apps Advanced license. After installing the license, I attempted … Continue reading Fun with Citrix Virtual Apps Licensing
As I begin typing this post, I'm not sure if this post will end up being informational, a plea, a rant, or some combination of all three. Maybe it's just me, and I'm fully aware and able to accept that in all likelihood it probably is, but my biggest pain point when deploying new Citrix … Continue reading Can’t deploy Citrix Receiver with the CLI when using NetScalers?!?!
This afternoon I was on an interesting and informative webinar hosted by Liquidware in which they discussed using SpotCheck Inspection of an environment as a means to provide visibility into the user experience. NOTE: Let me make this clear, in this post I'm focus on VDI in regards to a SpotCheck inspection, but Stratusphere's scope is … Continue reading Baselining Performance using Liquidware Stratusphere UX
I had a Citrix App Layering (formerly Unidesk) customer ask me recently if there was an easy way to display or determine the OS layer version of a given virtual desktop from within vCenter. Prior versions of CAL/Unidesk 2.x “built” the virtual desktops itself, meaning it did not rely on Horizon tools like Composer to … Continue reading VDI – Adding Notes to Horizon VMs to ID Citrix App Layering Image Templates
If you are configuring multi-monitor end user stations to connect to Citrix XenDesktop virtual desktops, you may find blank/black spaces on the some or all of the monitors...something like this: On the VDI image, I installed the Citrix 7.14 VDA. Thus, to resolve this issue I did the following: Open the registry (regedit) and navigate … Continue reading XenDesktop 7.14 – Blank Spaces on Multi-Monitor Displays