I was recently asked to provide some information about a specific use case for Citrix StoreFront. Essentially there are 2 Datacenters (Primary and Failover) with a Citrix StoreFront Cluster in…
When doing any Citrix deployment you will almost always start with (or near enough start with) a Citrix StoreFront build.
In this article I am going to take it a step further and fail from site to site should you loose an entire datacenter. I will provide single datacenter high availability using local load balancers, provide multiple datacenter high availability using global server load balancing as well as provide capacity failover using a NetScaler feature called spillover.
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 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.
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.
I was working in my lab environment and was getting more and more frustrated with the speed of the management consoles for Citrix StoreFront 2.0, Citrix Studio and XenDesktop Studio. It was taking an age to do ANYTHING in them so I started having a dig about online.
I wrote an article a while ago about Citrix Web Interface being slow and one of the reasons for this is that the consoles are trying to verify the Authenticode signatures of the snap-ins.