I was fortunate enough this week to speak to Rory from turbo.net after speaking to a Citrix CTP from xenappblog.com and was given a chance to test drive the Turbo Application Delivery method.…
I thought I would write a post on load balancing the Personalisation servers you may have deployed in your AppSense Environment Manager deployment
In my previous post I wrote about deploying Citrix NetScaler in Microsoft Azure and how to get the instance up and running ready for configuration. I am not going to run you through the process if the initial configuration of the Citrix NetScaler as there are numerous posts on doing that already available out there. What I will walk you through is setting up a NetScaler Gateway in Azure to access your cloud based Windows Apps and Desktops.
Citrix have finally released the Citrix NetScaler product for comsumption in the Microsoft Azure Cloud. Previously I have written an article on building and configuring Citrix NetScaler in Amazon AWS.…
I have been working with a colleague on implementing a highly available mobile solution. Whilst there are a number of different options to achieve this this article will focus on setting up the load balancing for the public facing URL’s used with MobileIron.
You will still need to set up your MobileIron VSP’s to replicate and sync
The following article will provide a good way to deliver session printers to thin clients without having to add any print drivers to the XenApp Servers or XenDesktop Base Image.