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Seit einiger Zeit ermöglicht Citrix immer mehr Automatismen im Bereich XenDesktop und XenApp. Schon für den Presentation Server 4.5 stand Citrix.XenApp.Commands als ein Powershell Snap-In zum Nachinstallieren zur Verfügung. Ab XenApp 6.0 bzw. XenDesktop 5.6 wurden die jeweiligen Snap-Ins in...
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Citrix Synergy is just about to start and I thought I could talk a bit about Profile Migrator, as it’s part of Citrix’s Desktop Transformation Model. In this scenario I am going to show you in a quick demonstration how...
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I have just released an updated version of the whitepaper about user profiles. In addition to a general overview of user profile and the challenges involved in managing them, it now includes a section about profile migration.
sepago’s Profile Migrator is well-known for collecting personal profile settings and user data in a migration scenario. PM enables the IT-Department to migrate the client, server or application versions without losing personal settings or data. But what happens if a...
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Do you host your Web Interface on one or more XenApp servers? Then I recommend you heed this article before changing your setup. You may well loose your XML service when migrating the Web Interface to another server. And loosing...
As EdgeSight is a component that is offered by Citrix in several Platinum Editions for strategic products as well as a substitute for Resource Manager in XenApp, customers like to profit from the value-add compared to traditional system management products...
In a last article explained the new design for storing folder views introduced by Windows Vista and Server 2008. But it only hints at a solution using a profile management product and lacks a proper description how to achieve this...
In one of my previous articles I explained how Windows handles folder views and A reader has pointed me to the fact that the described behaviour seems to have changed beginning with Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.