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Session Prelaunch

November 9, 2015

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Session prelaunch is a feature of XenApp 6.5 that was eventually brought back to the FMA architecture. So, what’s it all about again? The basic goal is to improve user experience. How does it do that? With any normal published application, after clicking the icon or shortcut the session starts, profile is loaded, policies applied, […]

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Another HRP, another picadm.sys bug?

August 31, 2015

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Picadm.sys you say? A few years back I already wrote about picadm.sys issues: http://carlwebster.com/the-curious-case-of-the-slow-file-transfer/ Citrix has been updating picadm.sys numerous times since then, and also did in the latest release: HRP06. And before that in XA650R05W2K8R2X64015 too. However, it seems that XA650R05W2K8R2X64015 introduced a new(?) bug, that was also present in HRP06. That’s actually quite logical as HRP06 […]

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Curious Case FP2

June 6, 2013

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At Synergy 2013 Citrix announced XenApp 6.5 FP2 among other things. I have been looking at this announcement with kind of a special intrest, my first curious case, which you can read here And what did I see in the presentation? What does Citrix mean by this? “Some customers have repored issues in Client Drive […]

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Is Your iPad or iPhone Slow to Access Your XenApp Services Site?

December 20, 2010

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I really like using my Apple iPad for accessing published applications on my Citrix XenApp servers hosted on Citrix XenServer 5.6.  I had four problems I thought were related to the Citrix Receiver for iPad.  From comments made by customers and from questions posed on Experts Exchange, I am not the only one experiencing these […]

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Learning the Basics of Citrix XenApp 5 Feature Pack 3 for Windows Server 2003 and XenServer 5.6 Part 12 of 12

July 10, 2010

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Using the Citrix Receiver for iPad In Chapter 11, you learned to create and configure a XenApp Services site and test internal secure access to a published application.  In this chapter, you will learn to publish the server’s desktop, install Adobe Flash and use an Apple iPad to access the XenApp Services site. Publish the […]

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Learning the Basics of Citrix XenApp 5 Feature Pack 3 for Windows Server 2003 and XenServer 5.6 Part 11 of 12

July 10, 2010

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XenApp Services Site In Part 10, you learned to install and configure Citrix Secure Gateway 3.2 and test both external and internal secure access to published applications.  In this Part, you will learn to create and configure a XenApp Services Site (XSS). An XSS requires two items: the Citrix online plug-in client and the XSS […]

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