In an earlier post I wrote an article on getting started with Citrix Workspace Cloud (CWC) and Citrix Lifecycle Management (CLM). It was a simple Windows Server Build with 7Zip…
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 was recently in a situation where I had to do a fast upgrade of Citrix StoreFront from version 2.5 to 2.6 There are some new UI features that are not documented and not easy to change. The following will guide you through changing these new “features” of the UI.
A common practice when setting up Load Balancers and creating highly available services is the need to have a keep alive test to ensure the service is up and running well. In the world of Citrix NetScalers and high availability this practice does not always suit. The reason behind this is that the NetScaler will respond to ICMP echo requests on behalf of the vIP in the event that all the back end services are down unless you specifically specify otherwise. To resolve this follow these steps.
I was working on a highly available Citrix StoreFront cluster recently and was having issues with the application subscription syncing. This guide will demonstrate a fix that can easily be overlooked if you don’t use server groups.
There is not many step by step guides out there on setting it all up with images and explanations so I thought I would write a guide on setting it up. Hopefully this should help some of you out there
Most people running a Citrix environment will have a NetScaler sitting somewhere on the estate so I started to take a look at the NetScaler DataStream functionality hoping this would provide the answer, and it did!
I have been working with Citrix for quite some time now and have always been looking for an effective dashboard that could display a current snapshot of whats happening on the farm at any point in time. I wanted a simple interface