Few links to help you set at the policy level, worth noting that active session limits are set at the RDS layer. To set disconnected / idle timeout settings for your xenapp session: http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX127318 To set active session limits for your xenapp session https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753112%28v=ws.10%29.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396 Advertisements
Quick and dirty – do it and will save a surprising amount of time 🙂 http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX126752
Easy enough to find from digging but more for my memory keeping a note of it 🙂 # esxcli hardware ipmi sel get Particularly useful if coming on from a remote connection and obviously other scenario is when trouble is afoot with the host and you can’t access via vCenter
Recently seen this on the vmware discussions and was able to recreate the issue as was interesting in using the feature in 6.x (FT is something that has interested me but always found it preferable to employ more traditional HA methods/recommendations). Indeed did notice in the lab a noticeable drop off in performance, such that … More Experiencing poor throughput on a windows VM (ESXi 6.0 VM hw 11) in FT mode?
So often been asked this one on my travels, rather than providing the whole endpoint’s C: drive users'(via client drive mapping policy) have often expressed a desire to just show my documents or better still specific folders even within that. How to setup: On the citrix server: Go into registry and create a key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Citrix\Client … More Want specific folders on your client device to appear in your citrix published desktop/app session?
Recently seen a citrix forum piece regards this. User had run an internal security check on the xenapp 7.x environments. Turns out the above policy was enabled on their 7.6 FP2 delivery controller but the user didn’t want it enabled in their 7.1 site so had it explicitly disabled at the policy level. However using certain … More Running a mixed mode Xenapp 7.x environment ? be careful using policy “Allow file transfer between desktop and client”
Recently seen this query posted on the citrix forums relating to the wrong desktop background appearing on first launch of a 2008 r2 published desktop even with the load a specific theme gpo setting applied: Came across same issue previously and hotfix KB2462182 came to my rescue (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2462182)