VM Hosted Apps

VM hosted apps allows you to isolate applications and host them from virtual machines or physical computers, including blade servers, running Windows single-user desktop operating systems. Users access these applications through a Web browser, the Citrix online plug-in, or Citrix Receiver, just as they would applications hosted from XenApp servers running Microsoft Terminal Services. VM […]

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HDX MediaStream for Flash Feature Dynamic Blacklist Explained

There are certain situations in which HDX MediaStream for Flash failsfor certain Website URLs. This happens as a result of certain Web pages that have been designed to work in a way that is not compatible with our HDX architecture. These failures cannot be detected, so HDX has been designed to create and use a […]

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(MMC) based Administrative Consoles takes an Extended Time to Start

Symptom Citrix Microsoft Management Console (MMC) based administrative consoles such as Access Management Console, Delivery Services Console take an extended time to start. Once running, the consoles operate normally. Cause Citrix MMC based administrative consoles feature components that are written using the Microsoft .NET Framework. Citrix signs these .NET based components with an Authenticode signature […]

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Desktop Studio Object reference not set to an instance of an object. reload the snap-in to retry

Upon first launch of Desktop Studio just after installation you’ll be presented with error message: “Object reference not set to an instance of an object. reload the snap-in to retry.” Solution1: Cause: Because “CitrixConfigurationService” service is NOT running on your system.  In the eventvwr you’ll notice that reason why this service failing to startup.  The […]

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About Personal vDisk

The personal vDisk feature in XenDesktop retains the single image management of pooled and streamed desktops while allowing people to install applications and change their desktop settings. Unlike traditional Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) deployments involving pooled desktops, where users lose their customizations and personal applications when the administrator alters the base virtual machine (VM), deployments […]

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