Recently came across this – is an oldie but goodie and being more a CLI guy was interesting to note the difference in complexity between the 3 methods: https://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=2012964&sliceId=1&docTypeID=DT_KB_1_1&dialogID=8102474&stateId=1 0 12976947 Advertisements
Have seen this pesky one in the past with 2008 r2 as well. Can get this sometimes when you try and create a new Scheduled Task via the command line (schtasks.exe), the following error appears: “WARNING: The task name “<>” already exists. Do you want to replace it (Y/N>?” followed by when you hit Y, then … More WinSrvr 2012 r2 tip: getting “Task Scheduler “A task or folder with this name already exists” ?
As most VMware admins should probably know vmware snapshot or suspend states files are a copy of the Physical memory and are convertible into a Full Memory dump which of course is the bedrock of finding out root causes for issues like hangs/BSOD’s etc Below is a cool VMware fling called vmss2core that converts your .vmsn/.vmss … More Ever need to convert your VMware snapshots to memory dumps? here’s how
Missing that drop-down box option on the Web Interface Login Page giving the option to use pass-through or not? Workaround To resolve this issue: 1.In Internet Explorer Options > Security tab, add the Web Interface site to Trusted Sites. 2.Enable compatibility view for the site under Internet Options > Tools > Compatibility View … More Recently move to IE11 and having Citrix web interface login page issues?
Might notice an issue wouldn’t of seen in recent releases with regards being allowed to use a single account across multiple sessions. Will find it not possible by default with XA7.5. This can be an issue for companies with more lax security requirements and allow the use of shared accounts. To enable this functionality: For … More Citrix Xenapp 7.5 tip – using generic / shared accounts for accessing apps?
Only came across this recently. Nice “poster” containing the various processes that are used to boot a PVS target device. Much more interesting way to troubleshoot http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX136378 Right now troubleshooting an ongoing issue with target devices taking over 10 minutes to boot and on 2nd boot less than 2. Very curious.
Recently came across this in the lab – turns out just need patching up (to update 1b) was the order of the day, See: http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2135380 for more info.