Yearly Archives: 2014

XenDesktop 7.x DB creation with locked SQL Servers

I have seen many projects in the past were it was not possible to automate the creation of XenDesktop databases during the deployment process because the database servers were locked out of security reasons. In this case the only chance of creating the databases was to deliver SQL scripts to the database team. When the

XenDesktop 7.x DB creation with locked SQL Servers2016-10-30T20:12:43+02:00

Install and Upgrade Citrix Delivery Controller from 7.5 to 7.6

Citrix XenApp 7.6 and XenDesktop 7.6 were anounced and are available right now. Let´s have a quick look at the installation of the Delivery Controller (DC) that ships with that version. What´s new with DCs? One of the highly anticipated features in this version is the Connection Leasing. I will not go too deep into

Install and Upgrade Citrix Delivery Controller from 7.5 to 7.62016-10-30T20:12:43+02:00

Create a bootable ESXi 5.5 USB Stick with VMware Fusion 7

This is a simple and short blog post about an easy method of creating a bootable ESXi USB Stick with VMware Fusion on a Mac. It only takes some minutes to be completed. If you need general information about VMware ESXi in VMware Fusion please refer to this VMware KB article Installing ESXi in VMware

Create a bootable ESXi 5.5 USB Stick with VMware Fusion 72016-10-30T20:12:43+02:00

Install and Upgrade Citrix StoreFront 2.5 to 2.6

Citrix XenApp 7.6 and XenDesktop 7.6 were anounced and are available right now. Let s have a quick look at the installation of StoreFront 2.6 that ships with that version. This is a first blog post in a series of three covering the installation and upgrade of StoreFront 2.6 from StoreFront 2.5, it´s configuration and

Install and Upgrade Citrix StoreFront 2.5 to 2.62016-10-30T20:12:43+02:00

My VMworld Europe 2014 schedule

I am looking forward to my first visit to VMworld and wanted to share my schedule with you. VMworld Europe 2014 tasks place in Barcelona from 14-16 october >> http://www.vmworld.com/ HBC1475 -- Getting Started with vCloud Air HBC2599 -- Tech Preview: vCloud Hybrid Service Object Storage, Autoscaling and Database-as-a-Service HBC1533 -- How to Build a

My VMworld Europe 2014 schedule2016-10-30T20:12:44+02:00

I can´t see my users processes – 2008 R2 User Rights

You can´t see your RDS users processes under Windows Server 2008 R2 and it looks somehow like this in your task manager window: Then check if the following privilege is set in your GPO or local policy (User Rights assignment\Debug programs): "Debugging Privilege" (SeDebugPrivilege). If you give your administrative users the right it will look

I can´t see my users processes – 2008 R2 User Rights2016-10-30T20:12:44+02:00