Citrix: How to publish content and use custom icons in XenApp XenDesktop 7.11 using PowerShell
A few days ago we saw the release of XenApp & XenDesktop 7.11, a huge release in terms of features. As a CTP I’ve had the privilege of working on an early build in my lab (thank you Juan & XA/XD product team!) and I tell you, the feature set in this release really brings FMA architecture to a well rounded solution with some of the previous IMA based based features present in 6.5 and the forward momentum of were enterprises are going now, a hybrid cloud environment with workloads delivered from anywhere.
There will be many articles released in the upcoming weeks from Citrix and several of my CTP peers on this release. You can read Allen’s post about XA/XD 7.11 about it here to start off with:
followed by Feng’s post on StoreFront 3.7 here:
and Craig’s post on Self Service Password Reset in XA/XD 7.11 and StoreFront 3.7 here:
Now that you have a primer on what to expect as you perform your updates, I’d like to spotlight a re-introduced feature from the IMA days that you’re now able to do in 7.11, the ability to publish content. There’s so much innovation to cover in the posts above, I just wanted to give this feature a little extra attention first and let me explain why.
Read the entire article here, How to publish content and use custom icons in XenApp XenDesktop 7.11 using PowerShell
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