Now that we have created a basic unconfigured StoreFront deployment we will have a look at the features and options we can configure. Start the Citrix StoreFront Console. This is what it looks like when we open it for the first time. We now can View or Change a store or create a new one.
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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
I´d like to welcome everybody to the follow-up post on Citrix StoreFront 2.6. After installing StoreFront we now need to configure it. If you upgraded from a previous version of StoreFront, the settings should be preserved. Let´s create a new deployment and see what we can configure. First of all we need to insert the
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
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
The search for a new demo and testing environment was a challenge. I checked a lot of available cloud-hosted solutions and hardware providers. Most of the time a lack of control in the cloud or the price were factors that doesn´t suited me much. Also mobility-aspects very driving my thoughts Then Apple announced the Mac
Lately I was starting my demo environment to update my virtual machines. I had installed a new SCCM 2012 R2 server and wanted to migrate all agents. I discovered a problem when I was starting the 35th virtual machine on Fusion 6.0.3. The message stated "Too many open files" and Fusion crashed after I clicked