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PreConfiguring Citrix Receiver

August 3, 2012


In some environments, specifically healthcare and clinical environments, it may be desirable to remove many of the self-service aspects of the Citrix Receiver. Nurses and physicians do not always have time to go through a registration/setup sequence. In these environments, it would just be great if we could do the following without user intervention. Auto-configure […]

Deploying StoreFront Services

August 2, 2012

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Citrix released CloudGateway v2 two days ago. My client’s team was anxious to download and install StoreFront Services 1.2 for an upcoming project demonstration scheduled later this week. Shortly after the announcement webinar was finished, we had the code downloaded and installed. Unfortunately, because we installed it without reading all the documentation we spent the […]

Speeding Up Web Interface

August 16, 2011

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I was working at a customer site where we had a brand new Web Interface server built on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with IIS 7, but still had horrible response times. Before I implemented these changes my Web Interface site was taking 20-30 seconds to load and 30-60 seconds to enumerate applications on an unloaded server. After […]

Restricting Application Access by XenApp Services Site

January 18, 2011

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Have you ever needed to restrict what applications a user can access via their iPad? What if you want to allow a user to access one set of applications but filter the application set by devices, such as when a user is connecting via an iPad or mobile device? One method is to setup a […]