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How to install and use Citrix WebInterface 5.4 on Windows Server 2012

In my lab environment I tried to install and use Citrix WebInterface 5.4 on Windows Server 2012. This blog will guide you through the installation and configuration process.

Prepare your Windows Server 2012

Install the following roles and features:

  • .NET Framework 3.5 Features (you need access to the Windows installation source – because of the Feature on Demand setup option)
  • Web Server (IIS) with sub-components
    • Application Development
      • ASP
      • ASP.NET 3.5
  • Management Tools with sub-components
    • IIS 6 Management Compatibility
    • IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility

 

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Servergespeicherte Profile mit dem Profile Migrator 2.0 migrieren

Die Migration servergespeicherter Profile ist – wie schon von der Version 1.1 des Profile Migrator gewohnt – in drei einfachen Schritten realisierbar.

Als Erstes wählen wir die zu migrierenden Quellprofile aus. Das kann über Organisationseinheiten des Active Dirctory, über Verzeichnisse, über Netzwerkfreigaben oder durch die manuelle Eingabe des Pfades geschehen

Jetzt kann die Basis der neuen Profile wahlweise über ein Musterprofil ermittelt werden, oder durch die Angabe das Pfades zu einem Default Profile.

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Where is the Hosts File on Windows x64?

[A German translation of this article is available at faq-o-matic.net.]

The subtle differences between 32-bit and 64-bit Windows present so many intricacies and pitfalls that even Microsoft employees seem to have trouble getting it right. I just stumbled upon a KB article that describes how to reset the hosts file to its original state. The topic alone is funny enough – it is not as if the default hosts file contained great amounts of data.

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Windows x64 – All the Same Yet Very Different, Part 7: File System and Registry Redirection, Registry Reflection

This is the seventh part of a mini-series on Windows x64, focusing on behind the scene changes in the operating system. In the last article I explained that mixed 32-/64-bit processes are not allowed and how that rule affects both administrators and script-writers. In this context I mentioned the strangely named directory SysWOW64. Today I am going to explain what it is used for by starting with redirection. File System Redirector As you know,

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Windows x64 – All the Same Yet Very Different, Part 6: COM, DLLs and Processes

This is the sixth part of a mini-series on Windows x64, focusing on behind the scene changes in the operating system. In the last article I discussed how 32-bit applications are wrapped up in the WoW64 subsystem. Today we will take a deeper look at some limitations of 64-bit Windows and what they mean in practice. RulesApplication interoperability and execution on Windows x64 is governed by a few simple rules, most of which you already know:

  1. The kernel cannot execute 32-bit code.