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What’s New in Liquidware Labs Stratusphere UX 5.8.5

Liquidware Labs
We’ve recently released Stratusphere UX version 5.8.5, and I could not be more pleased. This release is packed full of goodness, and benefits our customers in a number of areas, such as: significantly lowering the barrier to diagnostics, enhanced ICA/HDX Citrix information and metrics, official support for the Nutanix platform, and application and process-level GPU […]

Movin’ on Up: Remote Desktop Manager Updated for .NET 4.6

Here at Devolutions, we’re constantly working to improve our products and help you control the IT chaos in your world. And that’s why we’ve recently updated our .NET framework from 4.0 to 4.6. As noted by Microsoft: “With the .NET Framework 4.6, you’ll enjoy better performance with the new 64-bit “RyuJIT” JIT and high DPI […]

Oracle Database on the AWS Cloud: Quick Start Reference Deployment

Amazon Web Services
Oracle Database is a relational database management platform that is widely used by enterprises of all sizes. AWS provides a flexible cloud infrastructure to run your Oracle Database with security, highly availability, and support for small, medium, and large databases. You can choose to run Oracle Database in Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), which […]

Liquidware Labs Release Stratusphere UX 5.8.5 – Removes Barriers to Diagnostics

Liquidware Labs
New Search capability, enhanced display protocol visibility for Citrix® XenApp and XenDesktop, and platform support for Nutanix are just a few of the new features in this release. Liquidware Labs, a leader in desktop transformation solutions, today announced the release of Stratusphere UX 5.8.5 with a number of new features and enhancements, including Advanced Search, […]

Microsoft Ignite Recap: Remote Desktop Services

What an incredible Microsoft Ignite we had this year! Thanks to the 800+ of you who came to our breakout sessions and learned about RDS Improvements in Windows Server 2016 and Citrix innovations on our platform, as well as How to Deploy RDS in the Cloud. A huge shout out to our Microsoft MVPs who […]

Remote Desktop Manager: All’s well that ends well — The Tale of the 1-Star Review

While getting recommendations, advice, and warnings from peers has always been part of the “buyer’s journey”, the web has made consumer feedback about 10 million times more influential. I mean, no matter what you want to buy — from industrial equipment to pizza – there’s a good chance that someone out there is ranting or […]

8 Really Useful Websites for IT Pros

There are now over 1 billion sites on the web – which would be amazing, except so many of them leave a lot to be desired. In fact, a lot of them are downright scary (and no, we’re not just talking about the ones with 800 cat-themed videos). The good news is that in this […]

Dell Releases Wyse vWorkspace 8.6.2

Dell releases vWorkspace 8.6.2 is a minor release, with enhanced features and functionality. New features: Official support for Windows 10 as a VDI host Windows 10 Remote Desktop display performance improvements (AVC 444 mode) for Mac, iOS, Android and Linux connectors Wyse WSM OS streaming support for Windows 10 Monitoring and Diagnostics platform updates and […]

How to configure SSH Tunnel in Remote Desktop Manager

We often receive questions about our SSH Tunnel entry. What does it do exactly? When do you need it? What does it eat in winter? How do you actually set it up? Let’s take a deeper look at it! SSH tunneling is used to create a secure connection between a local and a remote computer, […]

Acceleratio Releases SysKit 2016 R2 – 8.0.1 for Citrix, Remote Desktop Services

We have shipped SysKit 2016 R2 – 8.0.1. It’s one of the minor releases, with a couple of bug fixes. Fixed SysKit was not working properly while gathering published applications in Citrix XenDesktop 7.x environment. Quick Start Guide panel, shown on the right upon starting SysKit, has been updated with new screenshots. Data retrieval while […]

October Poll: What’s the Worst or Dumbest – Support Ticket You’ve Ever Received? 

October is here, which means it’s time to wake up Billy Joe because, alas, September has ended (that’s for all you Green Day fans!). Of course, October means many other things. In our part of the world, it’s the dawn of cold and flu season, and a lot of people seem surgically attached to their […]

September Poll Results: Who’s the Greatest IT Pro You’ve Ever Met?

As you may recall, last month we asked you to tell us about the greatest IT pro you’ve ever met. It could be your boss, your mentor, an expert that you met at a conference…anyone who you’ve personally connected with at least once. We received plenty of great responses on our blog and our social […]

Citrix: Improving XenServer VNC Mouse Performance on MCS-Created Machines

I have seen a number of forum posts and internal emails about the fact that on machine creation services (MCS) created machines, the VNC mouse performance isn’t all that good, so this post explains why it is this way and how to return the mouse performance to normal. It should be noted that this only affects VNC connections […]

Remote Desktop Manager User Interface

Since you’re an IT pro, you know that user interface isn’t a small detail – it’s a big deal, and it makes or breaks a solution. That’s why we’re obsessive around here about optimizing the RDM user interface and making it work for you instead of against you. We want to make it as functional […]