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Deploy Citrix XenDesktop from a Building Block Deploy Citrix XenApp from a Building block Citrix XenApp Publishing and RES Workspace Manager Citrix XenClient and RES Workspace Manager
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A great article on The Citrix Blog about using Taskpad View to avoid multiple consoles. Check the article at: http://blogs.citrix.com/2012/01/19/citrix-consoles-taskpad-view/
The free RES Showcase from Virtual Engine is designed to allow you to evaluate and perform Proof of Concepts (PoC) in a pre-installed and pre-configured demonstration environment. Included in the RES Showcase are RES Workspace Manager, RES Automation Manager, RES Service Orchestration, RES VDX with Subscriber, Citrix XenApp, Microsoft App-V and Exchange 2010.
Today run into a rare issue, and costs another hour to find the solution.
I needed to test some Citrix Published applications with different screensize, % screensize, Full Screen etc. My thoughts: Let’s do this simple, use the XenApp 6 Delivery console, publish some apps with different ‘Appearance’ settings and kick them off using the
Here’s an updated old and long lasting list of supported HP Printers on Citrix XenApp environments. This list saved me a lot of troubles in the past.
Click here to view the list.
Printing has always been an issue with XenApp or RDS and still is. Therefore Thomas Koetzing has written ”ten printing rules with Citrix XenApp” on his blog.
A cool article on XenAppBlog.com, where is shown how to automatically backup and restore your Citrix DataStore Database on SQL Server Express. Click here to read the full article.
Users logging on to a XenApp Server or XenDesktop are unable to execute files residing on client mapped drives and might receive one of the following error messages:
Error on Citrix Presentation Server 4.5:
“Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access them.”
Error on Citrix XenApp 6.0:
“Windows cannot access \\client\D$\setup.exe
You do not have permission to access \\client\D$\setup.exe. Contact your network administrator to request access.”
Error on Citrix XenDesktop 5.0:
“Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.”
KeepMeLoggedIn allows a user to quickly open published applications by leveraging session sharing. KeepMeLoggedIn keeps a user session opened after the last user process exits; it then exits when the timeout value expires causing the user session to close.
If a new application launches while KeepMeLoggedIn is still running, session sharing kicks in and the launched application should open quickly on the client machine (by avoiding opening a new session and re-using the existing user