Recently I had the opportunity to work on a Citrix SD-WAN deployment project for a customer in the manufacturing industry…
As a consultant, largely focused in the Citrix space, one of the questions clients bring to me is “how do I reduce my user login times”.
Firewalls are implemented in an attempt to reduce the impact of malicious attacks across an organisation, but they always come at a price.
Working for a customer recently I came across an issue launching published apps from the Citrix Receiver shortcut placed on the users published desktop.
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*Queue Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme song*…Now this is a blog post all about how I jumped on board and look at me now…
I think I once read a Terry Pratchett’s book with a character who was excelling in everything only because he was too lazy. His motivation for getting excellent in everything was so he could minimise the risk of the sh*t hitting the fan.
Does this sound familiar? Parts of your business started out creating solutions security to unquantified compliance and risk problems. Those teams worked in isolation, discussing the problem…
Install Infoscale on fifty (50) nodes without copying chunky tar.gz to all of them.
I had an issue some time ago. I needed to install..
Citrix User Profile Manager is great, until it kills your start menu in a published desktop or stops functioning and causes profile failures.