Workspace App


Your workspace contains your desktop, your apps and your data. Connecting to your workspace is through Workspace app. What if I'm on a traditional PC? You use Workspace app. What if I'm on a mobile device?  You use Workspace app. What if I'm on a public kiosk? You use Workspace app. To get a better... Continue Reading →

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URL Filtering within SaaS Apps


Most likely, you trust a SaaS app. The site is encrypted. It has a valid certificate. Everything is good. What about the content within the SaaS app? Do you trust that? Why wouldn't I trust my Salesforce data? The problem lies with any URLs within the data. How well do you trust those? Think about... Continue Reading →

Site Aggregation


At Citrix Synergy, there was a lot of talk about the user's Workspace; a single location where users get access to all of their resources (apps, desktops, data, devices). For example, the user's workspace can include storage apps, SaaS apps, web apps, virtual apps (XenApp), virtual desktops (XenDesktop). Citrix has a cloud service for each one... Continue Reading →

XenApp and XenDesktop Component Architecture Poster


Note: For a deployment utilizing Citrix Cloud, use the XenApp and XenDesktop Service Architecture Poster Focusing on XenApp and XenDesktop for many years, I hear certain questions over and over again: Do you have an conceptual architecture drawing for a XenApp and XenDesktop on-premises deployment? How about a hybrid-cloud deployment? What about the XenApp and XenDesktop... Continue Reading →

Citrix Workspace Visio Stencils


The latest Visio stencils for the Citrix Workspace, including XenApp, XenDesktop, NetScaler, XenMobile, XenServer, ShareFile and Citrix Cloud. Citrix Visio 2013-2016 Stencils Citrix Visio 2003-2010 Stencils Citrix PowerPoint 2016 Icons Daniel (Follow on Twitter @djfeller) Change Log June 5, 2018 Visio Added Workspace Added Identity Added Resource Feed Added XenApp & XenDesktop Added Microsoft RDSH... Continue Reading →

Sync the Windows 10 Start Menu in VDI


NOTE: This is for Windows 10 builds before 1703.  Windows 10 1703 changes the storage location for the Start Menu. Learn more here Windows 10 VDI. Of course it works. But one of the annoying things that really bothers me is not being able to customize my start menu. My IT team created a standard... Continue Reading →

XenServer PVS Accelerator Sizing – Part 2


As you might have read, I recently ran a few XenServer PVS Accelerator tests to determine a starting point for the cache size.  This initial investigation looked at Windows 10 and Windows 2012R2 for boot and logon operations. Looking back, I determined that I want to include three additional items Impact of a larger cache... Continue Reading →

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