this applies to Xenclient RC2.
fire up console : ctrl + Shift + t
xenclient performance data : xentop
change / check vhd : vhd-util
control VM: xec
convert existing os, server, etc :
just do xenconvert of an existing machine to a vhd. create new VM, replace .vhd in /storage/disks , fire up vm and install xentools.
Citrix created an blog post about this : how to P2V your existing OS.
mount iso to vm. => copy (scp) to /storage/iso , hit ctrl + q to refresh xenclient, and you ‘ll be able to mount the .iso in the virtual drive that normally mounts the xentools.
- update : found that filename should be lower case only
sleep portable (stable on dell E6510) : ctrl + 0 to xenclient, put power / sleep , ignore message, ctrl + (nr of vm) back to vm, sleep vm, and the portable sleeps. (other ways are never stable).
- update R 1.0 => hitting sleep just works now.
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Old habits die hard. Used to be able to launch dsa.msc from any (terminal) server you’re currently logged on to ?
You’ll need to install the W2K8 feature AD Snap ins and command line tools.
with powershell :
PS C:\Windows\system32> Import-Module ServerManager
PS C:\Windows\system32> Add-WindowsFeature RSAT-ADDS-Tools
- stop automatic update service (wuaserv)
- delete LastWaitTimeout / DetectionStartTime & NextDetectionTime reg keys
- start automatic update service
- run wuaclt /detectnow
script available at msmvps.com blogs
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The citrix online plugin v11 was the last version to include the Citrix Program Neighbourhood, forcing citrix admins to migrate to configure a program neighbourhood agent site, or a web interface. While this was a good move, this might make simple troubleshooting a bit harder.
Therefore citrix created the Citrix Quick launch. Citrix Quick Launch can connect to a server over ICA, or to a published application. You can even create a .ICA file with it. download here
Edit : Citrix has updated Citrix Quick launch to version 2.1 . Please note that you do need to have the citrix online plugin installed AND if you’re using Windows 7, you might need to copy and register TabCtl32.ocx from a Windows XP/2003 box.
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As a best practice, you should always consider Software restriction policies to harden our SBC environment (pre Windows 2008 R2), with hash rules.
Microsoft Technet article can be found here
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