So of course with write cache filling up issues no simple way to tell what’s going on. Needless to say like most quirks that happen in Windows the sysinternals tools can come to you rescue. Recently started work on a windows 10 PVS image and after about 10 minutes the write cache would fill up. … More PVS write cache filling up? handy filter in Procmon to give a clue as to what’s causing it
On a certain batch of VDA’s we had running in an environment here they were running 2 versions back (7.11) from current version on our delivery controllers (7.13) noticed tickets coming in relating to general sluggishness with performance. Ops teams did some digging and noticed it was related to WMIprvse.exe. Seen this in the past … More Citrix tip: getting WMI CPU spikes on certain VDA’s?
A while posted this on the forums luckily Michael in citrix was able to assist with a “full” fix. As mentioned in the thread had a workaround but programmatically have checked the steps outlined and they do work too. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/377091-cannot-access-citrix-apps-from-ipad-using-html5-receiver-post-upgrade-to-sf-35/
Previously known as folders in the XenApp 6.x environments or earlier. When working in medium / large scale environments generally comes a biting point when applications are better grouped into folders (like files). The simplest way to do this in XenApp 7.x is by doing the following. – Go into Citrix Studio – Right click … More Citrix quick tip: how to use application categories to better lay out your published applications