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Changing/Checking Citrix StoreFront Logging Settings

Enabling, capturing and diagnosing StoreFront logs is not something I have to do often but when I do, I found it was time consuming to enable, and disable, logging across multiple StoreFront servers and also to check on the status of logging since Citrix provide cmdlets to change tracing levels but not to query them as far as I can tell. 502 more words


Memory Control Script - Fine Tuning Process Memory Usage

In part 1 of this series I introduced a script which consists of over 900 lines of PowerShell, although over 20% of that is comments, that ultimately just calls a single Windows API, namely  1,019 more words


New book: Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop 7.15 LTSR (German)

My book about Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop 7.15 LTSR (German) is finally available in Store. It was a lot of work (and learnings) but also fun to test out some not so often used features. 6 more words


Windows 10 Bandwidth Estimates for XenDesktop

How much bandwidth do I need between my endpoint and a Windows 10 virtual desktop?

Note: Windows 2016 Bandwidth for XenApp on this blog… 394 more words


VMware integration added to Citrix PVS device detail viewer & actioner

You may be familiar with the script I wrote, previously covered here and available on GitHub here, that allows you to get a single pane view, either in csv or on-screen in a filterable and sortable grid view, of all your Provisioning Services devices together with information from Delivery controllers, such as machine catalogue and delivery group membership as well as registration and maintenance mode status. 1,111 more words


Memory Control Script - Reclaiming Unused Memory

This is the first in a series of articles which describes the operation of a script I have written for controlling process memory use on Windows. 1,030 more words


Latest XenApp XenDesktop bandwidth utilization tests

As many of you saw, XenApp and XenDesktop 7.17 was recently released.  And again, there are statements saying that due to optimizations in the codecs, bandwidth usage rates dropped again. 149 more words