This Citrix support document provides information about Citrix’s XenClient Enterprise solution. This solution uses two main components to provide end-to-end virtualization, XenClient Enterprise Engine and XenClient Enterprise Synchronizer:
- XenClient Enterprise Engine– runs on each computer and runs virtual machine (VM) images. It includes a bare-metal hypervisor, allowing the VMs to operate the computer's hardware; the Engine does not require an OS loaded directly on the computer, however, it does require one or more valid OS license for any VMs loaded on it. For more detailed information, refer to the XenClient Enterprise Engine Overview later in this chapter.
- XenClient Enterprise Synchronizer – runs on a Windows 2008 R2 server, providing the administration to support each Engine. A single XenClient Enterprise Synchronizer can administer hundreds of Engines and laptops or desktops. For more detailed information, refer
To learn more and to download the above file, please visit: Citrix XenClient Enterprise 4.1 Administration Guide