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Limitations in monitoring shared NVIDIA GPU technologies

A physical GPU can be shared in a number of ways such as NVIDIA vGPU with Citrix XenDesktop or XenApp or GPU-sharing with XenApp (this is actually a form of pass-through with the sharing done at the RDS layer), or used 1:1 with VMs in VDI with GPU pass-through. 408 more words


HDX and H.264 Artefacts in Citrix XenDesktop/XenApp

Desktops are made of pixels

Images and desktops that make your screen consist of pixels. Your desktop in the datacenter or on your physical PC can be represented as a bitmap, where all the pixels are represented by 4 values: 1,665 more words


Damage Control: Making what’s visible in Citrix/Terminal Servers invisible

Article contributed by Kurt Mueffelmann, President and CEO, Cryptzone

The Citrix XenDesktop™ and XenApp™ solutions, and Windows Terminal Servers, are commonly used to provide remote access to network resources. 627 more words

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Citrix tip: local printer settings button greyed out? - check if its a UPS client printer

Had a ticket relating to this short time back – this is the case when its a universal print server client printer – see


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Using powershell to automate bulk published application

One of the headaches that comes with the move from IMA to FMA based architecture is if you are adopting a multi data center model you often in the past may have a large number of published applications and published desktops that would of covered 1 or more data centers. 97 more words


Citrix tip: want crisp custom published application icons ?

Happened upon this post on my travels as had a requirement to create a custom icon for a particular published application:


Nicely summed up what to do, in particular how to avoid that “grainy” look on the icons that can spoil its appearance.


Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop 7.6 Feature Pack 2 released

On 30th of June Citrix released a lot of new updates to their existing products. One of them is new Feature Pack 2 for XenApp/XenDesktop 7.6. 338 more words