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CItrix Access Gateway Now Includes Unlimited Connections to XenApp or XenDesktop

As mentioned in Sai’s post last week, Access Gateway is now available as a virtual appliance. This brings all the benefits of server virtualization to the network appliance space: rapid deployment, high availability, and quick recovery in response to hardware problems. Virtualizing Access Gateway also dramatically lowers the cost of an Access Gateway solution, enabling […]

Citrix Support Releases Hotfix PSE450R05W2K3X64018 and PSE450R05W2K3026 for Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 and XenApp 5.0 for Windows Server 2003 32 and 64bit

Citrix support just released a two new hotfixes for Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 and XenApp 5.0 for Windows Server 2003 32bit and 64bit platforms.   The two hotfixes address the same issues; the only difference being one is for 32bit and one for 64bit servers. These hotfixes address the following issues: The Citrix XTE Service can stop […]

Citrix Releases Quick Launch 2.0

Last November I blogged about one of the most popular tools to come out of Technical Support – Citrix Quick Launch Tool. Yesterday we released an updated verion of the tool based on feedback received from our customers. You can find the 2.0 version here. So whats new in this release? User can specify username, […]

Citrix Receiver for Linux Now Optimized for HDX

HDX on Linux thin clients? You bet! And the latest version of our Citrix Receiver for Linux enhances the HDX capabilities available to Linux users to provide a full high definition user experience and enable Linux thin clients to earn the HDX Ready designation. Here are some highlights of what’s new in the 11.100 release: […]

When Should I Virtualise a Citrix server?

This is a good question which goes on to ask in which cases is it right to virtualise Citrix?. Even if in principle nothing stops you from Virtualising Citrix servers, there are in fact several "best practice" guidelines you should adhere to. Let’s start with the easiest: yes you can virtualise your Citrix servers The […]

Issue with latest ICA Client for Mac OS X users

For all you Apple fans forced to run Windows applications via Citrix! 🙂 Mac OS X users running the latest version of the Citrix ICA client may encounter difficulties launching ICA files dished by a Web Interface site. Citrix is aware of the issue, but they do not have an ETA on when they might issue […]

Wyse Technology Brings Award-Winning TCX Virtualization Software to PC Market

Wyse Technology, the global leader in thin computing and client virtualization, today announced the availability of Wyse TCX Suite 4.0. Wyse TCX Suite 4.0 unifies all existing Wyse TCX solutions in a single product suite, as well as adds new features. “In particular, as companies continue to reduce costs by improving IT management technology and […]

Breakthrough Mobile Thin Client from Wyse Technology Combines Power, Convenience and Security

Wyse Technology, the global leader in thin computing and client virtualization, today announced the availability of the Wyse X90cw, a breakthrough ultra-mobile virtual client, new from the ground up, second generation device designed for "anywhere" access to cloud and client virtualization environments. With an Intel® Atom™ processor, Wyse X90cw delivers mobile workers a new level […]

Wyse Debuts New Thin Computing & Client Virtualization Technology at BETT 2010

Wyse Technology, the global leader in thin computing and client virtualization, will be using this year’s BETT Conference as the showcase for its latest technology solutions including a new mobile thin client and the latest versions of its provisioning and virtualization software solutions. These and other solutions from Wyse and its partners Citrix, Microsoft, VMware […]

Glenda Gets to RANT this TIME, Doug does not OWN the ENTIRE RANT SPACE, so anyone offended can just SUCK IT!

OK, for a few weeks now I have been asking people why no one is writing or talking about a few things that “I” find VERY compelling! 1.      HP acquired EDS 2.      Dell acquired Perot Systems 3.      Xerox “announced” they are in the process of acquiring ACS   So according to people I know at […]

Server Side & Client Side Implementation of Citrix Receiver for Apple iPhone

So I downloaded the Citrix Receiver as soon as I got my IPhone.  The first chance I had to test it was literally when I had a company pay me to implement it for their staff two months later.  Of course since then Citrix has let me know they have a Public Cloud that can […]

Learning the Basics of XenApp 5 and XenServer 5.5 (Part 9 of 10)

In Part 8 of this 10-part series, you created a test user account, learned to publish applications, tested access to the published applications from the Web Interface site and learned to perform basic XenApp server administrative tasks. In Part 9 you will learn to allow external access to the published applications using the AltAddr method. There are several […]

Desktop Virtualization Race: The Citrix Revolution! (Part 2 of 2)

In part 1 of this series we discussed the VMware View product. In this article let’s take a look at Citrix’s offering. Citrix has been in the application delivery space for years and is intimately familiar with the advantages, disadvantages and limitations of server based computing. Citrix has been trying unsuccessfully to compete with VMware […]

Learning the Basics of XenApp 5 and XenServer 5.5 (Part 7 of 10)

In Part 6 of this series, you successfully updated the License Server to version 11.6.1 (if necessary), installed Java Runtime Environment 6 Update 17, installed the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable Package and installed Hotfix Rollup Pack 5 for XenApp 5 for Server 2003. In Part 7, you will learn to create a Web […]

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