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  1. Deployment Guide: NetScaler ADC VPX on AWS

    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
  2. Deployment Guide: NetScaler ADC VPX on AWS - Autoscale

    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
  3. Deployment Guide: NetScaler ADC VPX on AWS - Disaster Recovery

    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
  4. Deployment Guide: NetScaler ADC VPX on AWS - GSLB

    Deployment Guide NetScaler ADC VPX on AWS - 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 undisput
  5. Deployment Guide: NetScaler ADC VPX on Azure

    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
  6. Deployment Guide: NetScaler ADC VPX on Azure - Autoscale

    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
  7. Deployment Guide: NetScaler ADC VPX on Azure - Disaster Recovery

    Overview NetScaler 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, NetScaler i
  8. Deployment Guide: NetScaler BLX Deployment using Terraform

    NetScaler BLX is a Linux Software form-factor of NetScaler ADC, which runs natively on the Linux Kernel irrespective of the underlying environment . It is designed to run natively on bare-metal-Linux on commercial off-the-shelf servers (COTS). Following are the benefits of using a NetScaler BLX appliance: Cloud-ready. Easy-Management. Seamless third-party tools integration. Coexistence of other applications. DPDK Support. Why is there a need for
  9. Deployment Guide: Secure Private Access On-Premises v2311+

    .noteBoxes { border: 1px solid; border-radius: 5px; padding: 10px; margin: 10px 0; width: 700px; } .type3 { border-color: #003098; background-color: #003098; color:white; } Audience This document is intended for architects, network designers, technical professionals, partners, and consultants interested in implementing the Citrix Secure Private Access On-Premises solution. It is also desig
  10. Deployment Guide: Windows 10 Deployment Guide

    Overview This guide provides high level instructions to install the Citrix Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA) on Windows 10. Deploy Virtual Machines (VMs) with Citrix Machine Creation Services (MCS) via Citrix DaaS The following steps covered in this Guide Install VDA Optimize Windows 10 for MCS Create a Machine Catalog and deploy VMs Create a Delivery Group and assign VMs Configure Citrix Workspace and Citrix Files clients Prerequisites A Windows 10 VM in Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud P
  11. Deployment Guide: Windows 11 Deployment Guide

    Overview This guide provides high level instructions to install the Citrix Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA) on Windows 11 (multi or single session) and deploy Virtual Machines (VMs) with Citrix Machine Creation Services (MCS) via Citrix DaaS. The following steps are covered in this Guide: Install VDA Optimize Windows 11 for MCS Create a Machine Catalog and deploy VMs Create a Delivery Group and assign VMs Configure Citrix Workspace client Prerequisites A Windows 11 virtual machine in M
  12. Deployment Guide: Windows Hello for Business SSO with Citrix Workspace app

    Overview Windows Hello for Business replaces passwords with strong two-factor authentication on devices. This authentication consists of a user credential tied to a device and uses a biometric or PIN. Windows Hello for Business addresses several problems with passwords, including: Strong passwords are difficult to remember, and usually, users reuse passwords on multiple sites. Server breaches can expose passwords and company or personal information. Passwords are subject to replay attacks.
  13. Getting Started with Citrix DaaS on Google Cloud

    Overview Forward thinking and innovative organizations around the world are choosing to run their Citrix virtualization workloads on Google Cloud. While most Citrix solutions can run in any cloud or resource location, Citrix offers several editions of it's industry-leading virtualization technology which run on Google Cloud. Likewise, Google offers multiple managed compute environments upon which Citrix workloads are supported. This guide will help you get started with Citrix virtualization on
  14. Image Management - A new way of deploying Machine Catalogs and reducing Master Image Complexity

    Overview Citrix Machine Creation Services (MCS) has seen many advancements since its inception in XenDesktop 5.0, and the team continues to innovate within Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops product line.  With the Image Management functionality, MCS separates the mastering phase from the overall provisioning workflow. You can prepare various MCS-Image versions (aka Prepared Images) from a single Master image and use it across multiple, different MCS-based Machine Catalogs, bringing
  15. Migration and Modernization Guide - Citrix Virtualization on Google Cloud

    Overview This guide was written for people with experience running and/or building a traditional, customer managed virtualization system based on Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops technology. It is intended to help Citrix customers modernize their system to take advantage of the overwhelming benefits provided by Google Cloud and Citrix Cloud DaaS. It provides guidance on how to migrate a customer managed deployment of Citrix virtualization technology to Google Cloud and Citrix DaaS, dramatically
  16. Simplifying the move to 2402 LTSR with the Automated Configuration Tool

    Overview On April 15th, 2024, Citrix officially released the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (CVAD) 2402 Long Term Service Release (LTSR). This release should excite Citrix LTSR customers as it will unlock cutting-edge features and enhancements previously exclusive to the current release track.  The excitement of a new LTSR release also brings sad news — an older LTSR will soon be put out to pasture. Citrix CVAD 1912 LTSR was officially released in December 2019 and has served its dut
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