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Monthly Archives: October 2013
Environment: Citrix Provisioning Server 6.1, Hotfix 19 — Running Server 2008, Xenapp 6.5 Vdisks. Summary: Client reported that the PVS console was crashing when he switched the vdisk from private to standard mode. This was consistently reproducible every time. Unusual … Continue reading
Microsoft GPO's are going to be the death of me. Recently, after completing a migration to Xenapp 6.5 from an old 4.5 environment — we started to notice annoying security popups when users were launching applications. These popups looked scary, … Continue reading