I have been working recently on an issue for one of my clients whereby after updating to Chrome 71.0.3578 (and also in 72.0.3626) a display issue started to occur when Chrome is maximized; Any foreground window over Chrome leaves “trails”
While working on a project for a client where many of the Windows Systems are 2008R2 with PowerShell 3.0 or lower, there was a need to automate disabling scheduled tasks to ensure consistency across the XenApp/XenDesktop estate. This is something
Automated Process Monitor Captures on Remote Machines Using PowerShell
Summary I have been working recently on building a new Citrix Xendesktop site, with RDSH being Windows Server 2016 Standard, and Ivanti (Appsense) as a Workspace Manager, and Citrix PVS 7.15 LTSR for image provisioning. In this article, I am
The scenario You have multiple delivery groups in your XenDeskop/XenApp 7.12+, and you would like to use Powershell to Schedule Tag based Reboots for a Delivery Group A tag is simply a mark or a label. Assuming you have a
“The Citrix Desktop Service cannot connect to the delivery controller” Environment XenDesktop 7.12 Vmware 5.5 Build 4180647 Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Anti Virus: Trend Micro Deep Security (Agentless) Problem VDA is failing to register with any of the DDCs.