Archive | April, 2013

XenApp 6 V3 Script Has Been Updated 23-APR-2013

April 23, 2013

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While working on my presentation for the Briforum London, Synergy and the E2EVC conferences, I found a line in the Servers section that didn’t belong in the XenApp 6 script.  While I removed that line, I also added two more write-verbose statements and I went ahead an implemented the fix for how I save the […]

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PVS V2 Documentation Script Has Been Updated 22-APR-2013

April 22, 2013

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Table of Contents After Script Update

While at a customer site recently that had a fairly large PVS 6.1 implementation, I was dissatisfied with the Table of Contents for the Word document.  I thought some of the Section Headings needed to be changed so the Table of Contents “looked” better.  I also thought there should be more detail, especially for the […]

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XenApp 5 V2 Script Has Been Updated 22-APR-2013

April 22, 2013

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While working on my presentation for the Briforum London, Synergy and E2EVC conferences, I found five typos that deal with Session Printer policy settings in the XenApp 5 V2 script.  While I fixed those typos I went ahead and implemented the fix for how I save the Word document and an incompatibility with Set-StrictMode -Version […]

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XenApp 6.5 V3.1 Script Has Been Updated 22-APR-2013

April 22, 2013

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While working on my presentation for the Briforum London, Synergy and the E2EVC conferences, I found a couple of typos in the XenApp 6.5 V3.1 script.  While I fixed those typos I went ahead an implemented the fix for how I save the Word document and an incompatibility with Set-StrictMode -Version 2.   

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The Curious Case of the Bloated Local System (not Default) Profile – Hotfixed?

April 16, 2013

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Recently, I came across another Curious Case. Let’s start with some basic facts, shall we? It’s a small, dedicated XenApp 6.5 farm, consisting of just 2 servers serving Published Desktops to around 50 concurrent users. They did qualifiy as Power Users for sure, with some of them having iexplore.exe’s running at 1 GB RAM. They […]

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