Citrix has released the new Web Interface 5.4. This is included with XenDesktop 5.0 and also available as a separate download for use with XenApp. I installed the new Web Interface as a replacement for our 5.3 version. I started with a bare install of Windows Server 2008 R2 and then inserted the XenDesktop 5.0… Read More »
As mentioned in my previous blog, we are running Access Gateway 5.0 in our production environment. In this environment we also want to use iPad’s with the Citrix Receiver and use Windows Receivers on laptops outside the office. So I tried to configure a Citrix Services site to be accessible via the Access Gateway to… Read More »
This week I completed my first Citrix NetScaler project. Two different Citrix Access Gateway portals, both with different logon authentication methods. company01.domain.com company02.domain.com The first portal does Two-factor authentication (LDAP and RSA SecureId). RSA SecureID authentication is based on the build-in RSA Radius server, which runs on the local RSA Server. The second portal does LDAP… Read More »
Last month, the Citrix Access Gateway 5.0 was released. So we started immediately implementing this in our environment to gain experience. One of the nicest things is the use of logonpoints like we used to know from the Advanced Access Control server. It’s much easier to configure in the flash based console. You don’t need to… Read More »
Citrix is promoting the use of the Receiver. The Merchandising server offers a nice solution to manage all the connecting devices, even the ones that you don’t manage, like home use pc’s. With Dazzle, the use can look for his own applications. With XenDexktop 5 this even will get better. You can add a workflow in… Read More »
This is my first blog on virtualdesktopblog. This blog will primarily focus on Citrix products for virtual desktops, like XenApp, XenDesktop, but also related products, like application virtualization with App-V. I like to share my experience with these products in my work for IT-Concern B.V. , the company I work for.