We asked experts in Citrix to hand pick best practices to accelerate your Application Delivery roll-out or optimize your current Application Delivery environment. Please share your ideas and thought via comments. In near future you will see this section grow allowing community members to contribute and share best practices.
This page aggregates technical information about Autodesk and Citrix products working together.
This white paper covers XenApp 5 design considerations, product capabilities, and upgrade/migration details. It serves as a technical guide for XenApp architects an administrators, as well as Citrix partners helping customers with these processes.
- Best Practices for Installing and Maintaining a Large Farm with Hotfix Rollup Pack 3 for XenApp 5.0 and Presentation Server 4.5
This article describes best practices for administrators deploying Hotfix Rollup Pack 3. The optimizations in Hotfix Rollup Pack 3 apply to all XenApp farms but are most significant in farms containing 100 servers or more.
The following steps below detail the best practices for creating the Citrix Presentation Server data store on SQL 2005.
This document will discuss best practices and recommendations related to profiling applications, including new tips and
tricks to better succeed in delivering streamed applications to Windows Vista end-users. This document will also discuss
design considerations when faced with rolling out Application Streaming to complex, enterprise IT environments. Please
note that this document does not include a walk-through of the Application Profiler
One of the major decisions with a Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 design is deciding on the number of zones required. As additional versions of Presentation Server are released the details behind zone communication are also changed. As zone communication continues to improve, the basis for deciding on the number of zones also changes.
XenApp was designed and tested to support up to 1,000 servers in a single farm. This was mainly intended to meet the need to consolidate numerous servers and to centralize the administration and support into a single XenApp farm. In most organizations' environments, the proposition will work as intended; however, there are specific situations where a single farm design is not a suitable solution and a multiple farm design is more appropriate. In this article, the design considerations for selecting a multiple farm design will be presented.
This article describes the use of various profile options and how best to integrate Password Manager with these profiles. The profiles covered in the article are Local User Profiles, Roaming User Profiles, and Mandatory User Profile / Hybrid Profile
Check out best practices and advanced concepts with Citrix Password Manager
Real-time alerts allow you to monitor mission-critical applications and devices and notify designated people in your enterprise in the event of a problem. By default, alert data and statistics are collected by the agent on each desktop and uploaded to the server on a daily basis. When you explicitly configure an alert by creating an alert rule, you are requesting real-time notification that a specific alert condition has occurred.
This presentation provides an overview of Citrix EdgeSight 4.5 and covers troubleshooting tips and best practices.