How do I define failover servers for delivery groups


Although XenApp 6.5 worker groups do not exist in XenApp 7.x, we've seen how similar functionality is available. Using a single console, Studio, we can easily increase capacity of a delivery group With XenApp 7.12 applications tags, we can mimic the functionality where a server could belong to multiple worker groups Instead of comparing XenApp… Continue reading How do I define failover servers for delivery groups

How do I increase Delivery Group (Worker Group) capacity


As described in the blog How do I migrate a XenApp worker group structure, we saw how the use of Delivery groups, application groups and tags allow us to replicate XenApp 6.5 worker group capabilities to XenApp 7.x. There are some operational differences between Worker Groups and Delivery Groups, namely, how do increase the capacity… Continue reading How do I increase Delivery Group (Worker Group) capacity

How do I migrate a XenApp worker group structure


In XenApp 6.5, there is the concept of a worker group.  Before that, we called them load managed groups or application silos.  Basically, it is  group of XenApp servers publishing the same set of applications.  If you publish an app on one server, that published app is also available across every other server in the… Continue reading How do I migrate a XenApp worker group structure

How Do I Create ICA Files


In older versions of XenApp (6.5 and earlier), we could create ICA files, which were essentially shortcuts, and email them to users or place them on a static web page. With XenApp 7.x, ICA files are no longer available.  However, StoreFront provides an alternative with a little option called "Website Shortcuts". It is a feature… Continue reading How Do I Create ICA Files