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  1. Citrix Image Portability Service - Usage with PowerShell, .NET, and REST-API

    Overview Citrix developed the Citrix Image Portability Service (IPS) to simplify moving workloads between different resource locations and hypervisor platforms. With IPS you can even move your workloads between on-premises and public cloud environments. Citrix Image Portability Service provides Citrix administrators with a simple workflow to manage workloads between on-premises and public cloud platforms like: Microsoft Azure Google Cloud Platform (GCP) AWS (AWS) VMware vSphere Citrix Xe
  2. PoC Guide - Citrix Zero Trust Architecture Configuration Guide

    Overview As enterprises migrate towards a mature zero-trust architecture, it is crucial to understand the core concepts and how to configure an environment to satisfy the tenets of a zero-trust architecture. This article delves into a comprehensive zero-trust scenario and how to configure Citrix adaptive authentication, adaptive access, and Citrix DaaS policies to build the following architecture. Use Case The following diagram shows the architecture for the adaptive authentication, adaptive
  3. PoC Guide: Configuring Non-Domain Joined Desktops in Citrix DaaS with Google IdP

    Overview Google Cloud Identity is an Identity as a Service (IDaaS) solution that centrally manages users and groups. Google Cloud Identity can be configured to federate identities between Google and other identity providers, such as Active Directory and Azure Active Directory. However, many organizations need to support non-domain joined solutions (not managed through Active Directory), and with Citrix DaaS support for Google Cloud Identity authentication, this is achievable. The following gui
  4. PoC Guide: Configuring Non-Domain Joined Virtual Desktops in Citrix DaaS

    Overview Many organizations need to support non-domain joined solutions where the Citrix-accessed virtual machine is not managed through Active Directory. Several use cases that can require this type of configuration include: Providing non-domain joined desktops to developers or contractors where local administrator rights are needed to install specific applications. Researchers in the healthcare space that require these same rights. Temporary workforce where the workl
  5. PoC Guide: Adaptive Access to SaaS and Private Web Apps

    Overview As users consume more SaaS-based applications, organizations must unify all sanctioned apps and simplify user login operations while enforcing authentication standards. Organizations must be able to secure these applications even though they exist beyond the confines of the data center. Citrix Workspace provides organizations with secure access to SaaS apps. In this scenario, a user authenticates to Citrix Workspace using Active Directory, Azure Active Directory, Okta, Google, or Citr
  6. PoC Guide: Adaptive Authentication with Citrix DaaS

    Overview Citrix Cloud customers can use Citrix Workspace to provide Adaptive Authentication to Citrix DaaS. Adaptive Authentication is a Citrix Cloud service that enables advanced authentication for customers and users logging in to Citrix Workspace. This POC Guide aims to show how Adaptive Authentication can provide access to Citrix DaaS to a client or third party without creating and managing local AD accounts and allowing multiple IdPs. Conceptual Architecture Here is an overview of the de
  7. PoC Guide: App protection policies

    Overview This guide is designed to walk you through the technical prerequisites, use cases, and configuration of App protection policies for your Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops or Citrix DaaS deployment. App protection is an add-on feature for Citrix Workspace app (CWA) that provides enhanced security when using Citrix published resources. Two policies provide anti-keylogging and anti screen capturing capabilities in a Citrix HDX session. System Requirements App protection policies feature
  8. PoC Guide: Automated Configuration Tool

    Overview The Automated Configuration tool facilitates migrating and exporting configurations to Citrix DaaS. This Proof of Concept guide illustrates the step by step instructions on how to use this tool. Administrators can easily test and explore the Citrix DaaS features and advantages, while simultaneously running existing On-Premises environments and even facilitate moves between cloud regions, back up existing configurations, and other use cases. The Automated Configuration download link al
  9. PoC Guide: Automated Configuration Tool - Backup and Restore On-Premises

    Overview The Citrix Automated Configuration Tool (ACT) migrates workloads and aids in daily Citrix administration tasks for both on-premises and Cloud. The ACT Backup and Restore functionality allow Citrix administrators to create a Citrix Site backup in configuration files (.yaml), which contain the current state of the site. Think of this as a point-in-time snapshot of your Citrix Site, rather than an incremental backup. ACT generates configuration files for each of the Citrix components (Mac
  10. PoC Guide: Automated Configuration Tool - On-Premises to On-Premises Migration

    Overview The Automated Configuration Tool facilitates migrating and exporting configurations to Citrix DaaS. However, Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops site configurations can also be migrated and exported from one on-premises environment to another using the ACT on-premises. This POC Guide guides you to migrate an on-premises Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops site to another Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops on-premises site using the Citrix Automated Configuration Tool. Consider moving a tested
  11. PoC Guide: Citrix Analytics for Performance

    Overview Citrix Analytics for Performance allows you to track, aggregate, and visualize key performance indicators of your Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops environment. It quantifies user experience and gives customers end-to-end visibility on what the root cause for end user experience is. It also provides multi-site aggregation and reporting. Customers who have multiple sites can consume data from a single pane of glass instead of having to log into multiple consoles. More information on
  12. PoC Guide: Citrix DaaS with Azure Virtual Desktop Hybrid

    Overview Microsoft Azure Virtual Desktops allow enterprises to deliver virtual applications and desktops from Azure. This proof of concept (PoC) guide is designed to help you quickly configure Citrix DaaS with Azure Virtual Desktop for a trial evaluation only, in a hybrid environment. At the end of this PoC guide you are able to bridge your on-premises Citrix DaaS deployment with a Microsoft Azure subscription using Citrix DaaS. You are able to let your users launch an Azure Virtual Desktop
  13. PoC Guide: Citrix ITSM Adapter service + ServiceNow

    Overview IT Service Management (ITSM) Adapter is a Citrix Cloud service that lets you extend the ServiceNow capabilities into your Citrix DaaS and on-premises environments. With the service, IT teams and end users can deliver and manage Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops using ITSM workflows in ServiceNow through the Self-Service capabilities. This PoC document shows you how to integrate the Citrix ITSM adapter service + ServiceNow for a test environment with out-of-the-box features for End User
  14. POC Guide: Citrix Profile Management with Workspace Environment Management

    Overview Modern Citrix Management through WEM tools provides advanced User Profile solutions to deploy Traditional file base and Container-based profiles in a simplified way through the built-in templates and granular configuration for your WEM configuration sets. This guide shows how to deploy a Citrix Profile Management solution using the Workspace Environment Management and the WEM Tool Hub.  Prerequisites You will use the Workspace Environment Management toolset to deploy
  15. POC Guide: Citrix Session Recording

    Overview This Proof of Concept guide is designed to help you quickly set up and configure Citrix Session Recording and the Citrix Session Recording Service. At the end of this Proof of Concept guide, you can record and play back user sessions from both on-premises and Citrix Cloud. Conceptual Architecture All Citrix Session Recording components reside in your secure resource location. The Session Recording agents are installed on either a single-session OS, multi-session OS, or Remote PC A
  16. PoC Guide: Configuring Google Cloud Identity and Microsoft Active Directory in Citrix DaaS

    Overview Google Cloud Identity is an Identity as a Service (IDaaS) solution that centrally manages users and groups. Google Cloud Identity can be configured to federate identities between Google and other identity providers, such as Active Directory and Azure Active Directory. Using the Google Cloud Identity provider in Citrix DaaS requires planning the deployment to ensure success. This POC Guide focuses on using Google Cloud Identity and Microsoft Active Directory. Microsoft Active Director
  17. POC Guide: Deploying a NetScaler VPX on Nutanix AHV

    Overview This proof of concept guide is designed to provide a step-by-step method to deploy an instance of the NetScaler VPX on Nutanix AHV and prepare it for use. NetScaler VPX running on Nutanix AHV is supported through the Citrix Ready Program. This guide will assist in deploying a VPX appliance using Prism Element with some basic best practices. This guide will NOT cover the specific needs for every deployment. It is recommended that deployments and testing are conducted to define the b
  18. PoC Guide: Getting Started with Citrix Desktops-as-a-Service (DaaS)

    Overview The Citrix Desktops-as-a-Service (DaaS) allows you to provide employees with a full workspace from any device while leaving most of the setup, upgrades, and monitoring to Citrix. IT will continue to manage and control the virtual machines, applications, and policies on the back end, while Citrix manages all the key infrastructure, installation, setup, and upgrades needed to maintain a Citrix environment. This reduces administrative overload and ensures you have all the latest features
  19. POC Guide: Global App Configuration service

    Overview The Citrix Global App Configuration Service allows Citrix administrators to centrally manage end users' Citrix client experience. Over 360 settings help streamline experiences like updates and plugins, Citrix App Protection, Citrix Enterprise Browser, HDX experiences, and more on a per-operating-system level.  The Citrix Global Apps and Configuration service is available for cloud,  hybrid, or on-premises Citrix deployments. This POC guide provides high-level instructions for using
  20. PoC Guide: Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Shared VPC Support with Citrix DaaS

    .noteBoxes { border: 1px solid; border-radius: 5px; padding: 10px; margin: 10px 0; width: 700px; } .type3 { border-color: #003098; background-color: #003098; color:white; } Overview Citrix DaaS supports Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Shared VPC. This document covers: An overview of Citrix support for Google Cloud Shared VPCs. An overview of terminology related to Go
  21. PoC Guide: Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Windows 10 Sole Tenant with Optional Shared VPC Catalog Creation

    .noteBoxes { border: 1px solid; border-radius: 5px; padding: 10px; margin: 10px 0; width: 700px; } .type3 { border-color: #003098; background-color: #003098; color:white; } Overview This document describes the steps required to create an MCS Machine Catalog by using a Windows 10 VDA, Google Cloud Shared VPC, and Google Cloud Sole Tenant N
  22. PoC Guide: Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Zone Selection Support with Citrix DaaS

    .noteBoxes { border: 1px solid; border-radius: 5px; padding: 10px; margin: 10px 0; width: 700px; } .type3 { border-color: #003098; background-color: #003098; color:white; } Overview Citrix DaaS service supports zone selection on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to enable sole-tenant node functionality. You specify the zones where you want to c
  23. POC Guide: How to connect PowerBI with DaaS Monitor using OData and API clients

    Overview As a Citrix DaaS customer, it’s typical that more than one monitoring tool is being used within your organization. Different teams use different solutions - one team might monitor infrastructure components while another is responsible for security and threat hunting. The need for observability and centralized dashboards is high on your wishlist. Citrix has a way to help! This POC Guide shows you how to build a basic dashboard. While we’ll use PowerBI, this can be any solution of yo
  24. PoC Guide: Learn how to use Citrix App Layering and the Azure Deployment Connector to create and deploy an image with Citrix Machine Creation Services(MCS) in Microsoft Azure

    Overview Citrix App Layering is a process to create and a technology that allows you to simplify the management of virtual images. App Layering enables you to create a virtual desktop for users, a complete virtual machine for Citrix Machine Creation Services (MCS), or an entire virtual disk to use with Citrix Provisioning (PVS). Citrix App Layering creates layers that are containers for the file system objects and registry entries unique to that layer. These layers are virtual disks, created an
  25. PoC Guide: Microsoft Azure Active Directory Federated Authentication for Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops with NetScaler

    Introduction Use of the Cloud to deliver Enterprise services continues to grow. Cloud services inherit the benefits built into cloud infrastructure including resiliency, scalability, and global reach. Azure Active Directory (AAD) is the Microsoft Azure hosted directory service and provides those same cloud benefits to Enterprises. AAD allows Enterprises to host their employee identities in the cloud and securely access services also hosted in the Cloud, or on-premises. Citrix Virtual Apps and
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