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  1. Azure VMware Solution Architecture and Deployment Guide

    The goal of this document is to provide architecture guidance to enterprises that are moving towards deploying Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (CVAD) to Azure VMware Solution (AVS). This document covers the following topics: Architecture Deployment Guidance Scalability Guidance Migration Guidance This document provides general guidance and best practices that are specific for moving your Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops workload into AVS. Architecture The architecture consi
  2. Citrix DaaS and Terraform - Automatic Deployment of a Resource Location on Amazon EC2

    Overview This guide aims to provide an overview of using Terraform to create a complete Citrix DaaS Resource Location on Amazon EC2. At the end of the process, you created: A new Citrix Cloud Resource Location (RL) running on Amazon EC2 2 Cloud Connector Virtual Machines registered with the Domain and the Resource Location A Hypervisor Connection and a Hypervisor Pool pointing to the new Resource Location in Amazon EC2 A Machine Catalog based on the uploaded M
  3. Citrix DaaS and Terraform - Automatic Deployment of a Resource Location on Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

    Overview This guide aims to provide an overview of using Terraform to create a complete Citrix DaaS Resource Location on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). At the end of the process, you created: A new Citrix Cloud Resource Location (RL) running on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) 2 Cloud Connector Virtual Machines registered with the Domain and the Resource Location A Hypervisor Connection and a Hypervisor Pool pointing to the new Resource Location in Google Cloud Platform (GC
  4. Citrix DaaS and Terraform - Automatic Deployment of a Resource Location on Microsoft Azure

    Overview The aim of this guide is to provide an overview about using Terraform to create a complete Citrix DaaS Resource Location on Microsoft Azure. At the end of the process you created: A new Resource Location (RL) on Azure A Domain Controller Virtual Machine and a new Active Directory forest for this Resource Location 2 Cloud Controller Virtual Machines registered with the Domain and the Resource Location A Hypervisor Connection and a Hypervisor Pool pointing to the new Resource Locat
  5. Citrix DaaS Power Management of Azure Virtual Machines with PowerShell

    Introduction With Citrix DaaS, you can power manage Machine Creation Services (MCS) provisioned virtual machines across various supported hypervisors and cloud services. The power management operation provides you: Optimal user experience Cost management and power savings In Azure environments, you can create an MCS machine catalog that supports hibernation. Using this feature, you can suspend a virtual machine when the session is idle for some time and then reconnect
  6. Citrix DaaS Power Management of Azure Virtual Machines with REST API

    Introduction With Citrix DaaS, you can power manage Machine Creation Services (MCS) provisioned virtual machines across various supported hypervisors and cloud services. The power management operation provides you: Optimal user experience Cost management and power savings In Azure environments, you can create an MCS machine catalog that supports hibernation. Using this feature, you can suspend a virtual machine when the session is idle for some time and then reconnect
  7. Citrix DaaS Power Management of Google Cloud Platform (GCP)-based Virtual Machines with PowerShell and REST-API

    Introduction Using Citrix DaaS, you can power manage Machine Creation Services (MCS)-provisioned Virtual Machines across various supported Hypervisors and Cloud Services. The Power Management operation provides: Optimal user experience Cost management and power savings In GCP environments, you can create an MCS Machine Catalog that supports Hibernation. You can suspend a Virtual Machine when the session is idle for some time and then reconnect to the previous state when a user signs in a
  8. Deployment and Configuration Guide - Citrix virtualization on Google Cloud

    Introduction This step-by-step Deployment and Configuration guide is for technical professionals who deploy and manages Citrix infrastructure on the Google Cloud. You can think of this guide as a double click down from the Citrix Virtualization on Google Cloud Reference Architecture document, also available on Citrix TechZone. The Reference Architecture helps you decide the virtualization system's architecture. To help guide you on this journey of understanding, we are breaking down each of the
  9. Deployment Guide NetScaler ADC VPX on Azure - GSLB

    Overview NetScaler ADC is an application delivery and load balancing solution that provides a high-quality user experience for web, traditional, and cloud-native applications regardless of where they are hosted. It comes in a wide variety of form factors and deployment options without locking users into a single configuration or cloud. Pooled capacity licensing enables the movement of capacity among cloud deployments. As an undisputed leader of service and application delivery, NetScal
  10. Deployment Guide: Citrix Federated Authentication Service and Sectigo MS Agent

    Overview Sectigo Certificate Manager (SCM) is a universal platform purpose-built to issue and manage the lifecycles of digital certificates. SCM secures every user and machine identity across your enterprise, all from a single interface. With SCM, you can automate the issuance and management of Sectigo certificates alongside certificates from other publicly trusted Certificate Authorities (CAs) and private CAs, including Microsoft ADCS, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and AWS Cloud Services. For
  11. Deployment Guide: Citrix Profile Management - OneDrive Container

    Overview This document is intended for Citrix technical professionals, IT decision-makers, partners, and consultants who want to deploy Microsoft OneDrive Citrix Virtual Apps environment.  The content is relevant for both on-premises and public cloud architectures. The reader should understand the Citrix app, desktop virtualization offerings, and Microsoft OneDrive. The document provides best practices for deploying Microsoft OneDrive in a Citrix Virtual Apps environment. The goal is t
  12. Deployment Guide: Citrix Profile Management Containers

    Overview The Citrix Profile Management Profile Container is a VHDX-based profile solution that allows you to store the profile folders of your choice or the entire user profile on the VHDX profile disk. A VHDX file is created per user on your profile storage share and mounted to the VDA session when the users log on. This resolves any issues with slow logons and improves the logon experience. Once the users have logged into their virtual application, their profile folders are available immediat
  13. Deployment Guide: Citrix VDA for macOS

    Overview The Citrix Virtual Delivery Agent for macOS (Citrix VDA for macOS) enables HDX access to macOS Remote desktop from any device with the Citrix Workspace App installed. The Citrix VDA for macOS is designed and engineered as “yet another VDA” backed by Citrix's leading HDX technologies within the DaaS/CVAD product family. It adheres to the existing Citrix product architecture. It follows all the common roadmap of HDX features and all interfaces defined between critical components in D
  14. Deployment Guide: Citrix Workspace Environment Management

    Overview Citrix Workspace Environment Management (WEM) uses intelligent resource management and profile management technologies to deliver the best possible performance, desktop logon, and application response times for Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops and Citrix DaaS deployments. It is a software-only, driver-free solution. This guide provides high-level instructions to install and configure WEM, and suggested leading practices for an on-premises deployment. Workspace Environment Mana
  15. Deployment Guide: Deploying Azure Files for Citrix Profile Management and Citrix User personalization layers

    Azure Files offers fully managed file shares in the cloud, and accessible using Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. Azure Files shares can be mounted simultaneously in the cloud and on-premises, on Windows, Linux, or macOS. Azure Files support for on-premises Active Directory Domain Service Authentication enables Citrix User personalization layers and Citrix Profile Management to use Azure Files. For more about Active Directory Domain Service Authentication, see on-premises Active Directory Se
  16. Deployment Guide: Google Chrome

    Overview One of the most popular browsers today, Google Chrome, is a must-have for many Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops environments. Google Chrome was primarily oriented at consumers and desktop operating systems when launched, but today, it is common in the Enterprise and more administrators are deploying this browser in their Virtual Apps and Desktops environments. This led Google to release a new Chrome Enterprise Bundle package in 2017 that is much friendlier to enterprise deployments
  17. Deployment Guide: Learn how to configure Citrix Gateway to use nFactor to authenticate against a RADIUS server for MFA

    Overview How to Configure Citrix Gateway to use nFactor to authenticate against a RADIUS server for Multi Factor Authentication (MFA). This article covers how to configure Citrix ADC Gateway to use nFactor authentication for LDAP and RADIUS-based multifactor authentication and general troubleshooting techniques. In this article, we assume your Citrix ADC has a Citrix Gateway implementation and RADIUS and LDAP servers. This article also recommends connecting to your RADIUS and LDAP servers vi
  18. Deployment Guide: Microsoft 365 with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops

    Microsoft 365, previously known as Office 365, is a bundled software plus subscription-based offering focused on user productivity-based applications. Microsoft 365 includes a combination of online based applications that are accessed from anywhere via a web browser, in addition to the latest traditional, locally installed version of Microsoft Office. Included with Microsoft 365 is an online email account that has 50 GB of mail storage and 1 TB of file storage per user licensed for OneDrive for
  19. Deployment Guide: Microsoft Edge

    Overview Developed by Microsoft, Microsoft Edge is a web browser that can run on multiple platforms. Microsoft Edge is based on Chromium. It works on all Windows and macOS versions that are supported. It boasts fast speed, excellent performance, superior website, and extension compatibility, as well as integrated privacy and security functionalities. Most Microsoft Edge features are supported in virtual environments without any special configurations. However, to ensure an optimal expe
  20. Deployment Guide: Migrating Citrix ADM to Citrix ADM service

    Overview In this document, you'll discover how to migrate Citrix ADM (Application Delivery Management) on-premises to Citrix ADM service. Migrating to cloud resources modernizes your deployment, providing enhanced elasticity, scalability, and management. The guidance documented here is based on a deployment in a Citrix approved lab environment running on VMware vSphere Hypervisor. The initial and final deployments represent typical customer environments. Audience We've written this document
  21. Deployment Guide: Migrating Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops from VMware vSphere to Citrix DaaS on Microsoft Azure

    Overview In this document, you'll discover how to migrate from Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops on VMware vSphere to Citrix DaaS on Microsoft Azure. Migrating to cloud resources modernizes your deployment, providing enhanced elasticity, scalability, and management. The guidance documented here is based on a deployment in a Citrix- and Microsoft-reviewed and approved lab environment. The initial and final deployments represent typical customer environments. We migrated these key products and c
  22. Deployment Guide: Migrating Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops on-premises to Citrix Cloud

    Overview In this deployment guide, you learn how to migrate an on-premises Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops environment to Citrix DaaS in Citrix Cloud. The components that manage and control access to the environment move to Citrix Cloud. Having these components in Citrix Cloud, offloads the effort of managing and updating these components to Citrix. In Citrix Cloud, these components are deployed adhering to best practices and kept evergreen with the latest updates and security patches. Added b
  23. Deployment Guide: Migration from Android Device Administrator to Android Enterprise with Citrix Endpoint Management

    Introduction Android Enterprise is a set of tools and services provided by Google as an enterprise management solution for Android devices. With Android Enterprise, you use Citrix Endpoint Management (CEM) to manage corporate-owned and bring your own (BYOD) Android devices. You can manage the entire device or a separate profile on the device. The separate profile isolates business accounts, apps, and data from personal accounts, apps, and data. You can also manage devices dedicated to a single
  24. Deployment Guide: Multi-Domain FAS Architecture - External Electronic Health Records

    Electronic health records (EHRs) are essential for healthcare professionals to provide critical care tasks to patients. Nearly 9 out of 10 clinicians use an EHR as of 2021. Because of the work effort required to host and deploy EHRs, many healthcare businesses use third party hosted solutions. Epic reports 97 customers are using Epic’s own privately hosted cloud. Alongside these external deployments, many healthcare companies are moving towards SAML-based authentication to enhance security as i
  25. Deployment Guide: NetScaler ADC for Azure DNS Private Zone

    Introduction NetScaler ADC is a world-class product in the application delivery controller (ADC) space. It has the proven ability to load balance, manage global traffic, compress, and secure applications. Azure DNS is a service on the Microsoft Azure infrastructure for hosting DNS domains and providing name resolution. Azure DNS Private Zones is a service that resolves domain names in a private network. With Private Zones, customers can use their own custom domain names rather tha
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