Configuring Citrix NetScaler to Load Balance VMware View Connection Brokers

Configuring Citrix NetScaler to Load Balance VMware View Connection Brokers

Currently with VMware View 3.1, multiple Connection Brokers are required to provide a robust redundant environment.  Enter Citrix’s NetScalers. Among their numerous features, they provide ... Read More

XenDesktop VDI Extreme

XenDesktop VDI Extreme

Quick shot showcasing a client of ours running a 6 monitor VDI session.   Fat Client running a remote XenDesktop with HDX on a VMware 3.5 ... Read More

Seemingly Exponential Citrix EdgeSight Database Growth

Seemingly Exponential Citrix EdgeSight Database Growth

If your EdgeSight database is growing out of control, you might want to double-check your GPOs.  Chris Hahn recently encountered an EdgeSight database growing abnormally  ... Read More

Enabling Citrix Provisioning Server Verbose Boot Mode

Enabling Citrix Provisioning Server Verbose Boot Mode

So you have enabled every log level to trace within Provisioning Services and yet still want MORE! :) Try enabling the Streaming Services Verbose mode!  ... Read More

Citrix Provisioning Services 5.1 Released.

Citrix Provisioning Services 5.1 Released.

Citrix has released a new update to Provisioning Server (now known as Provisioning Services).  The release notes can be found here : http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX121336 Lots of ... Read More

Off Topic : RSA token for the iPhone or iTouch

Off Topic : RSA token for the iPhone or iTouch

For those of you with an iPod Touch, or an iPhone, you can (finally!) make use of the RSA soft token functionality on your devices.  ... Read More

Off Topic : Provisioning a Multi Purpose RSA Soft Token for the Blackberry and iPhone.

Off Topic : Provisioning a Multi Purpose RSA Soft Token for the Blackberry and iPhone.

Written by Marcos Velez: RSA SecurID is a great two-factor authentication solution currently in use by many companies. In fact, most of the companies I ... Read More

MAC OS on vSphere! Thanks to IDE support!

MAC OS on vSphere! Thanks to IDE support!

One nice little feature added to ESX4 is IDE disk support for the VMs.  This of course allows us to now run all of our ... Read More

Which blogs do *YOU* read?

Which blogs do *YOU* read?

Head on over to Eric’s vLaunchPad for a short little survey to rank your top 5 favorite virtualization blogs. (Survey Here).  I’ve wrote in the ... Read More

Running Windows 7 desktops on VMware

Running Windows 7 desktops on VMware

“Another posting by MTHammer1…” I thought I’d pass this along.  (Others have already dealt with the issue in the community, but this comparison might provide ... Read More