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  • XenDesktop 7.6 VDA CPU & Memory Footprint

    If you install the Citrix XenDesktop 7.6 Virtual Desktop Agent (VDA) on a small Windows 7 VM, you may be in for a big surprise, and not a good one. This article documents issues I have experienced and how to work around them. Starting Point I started...
    Helge Klein on October 22, 2014 : 0 comments , 17 views
  • Want to deliver remote Mac apps to end users? AquaConnect has been working hard at doing just that.

    If you’re not familiar with Aqua Connect , they came on to the scene with a product that let you connect to Macs via the RDP protocol through the standard RDP client (they even demoed this at BriForum 2010 ). This feature still exists (you can also...
    Gabe Knuth on October 22, 2014 : 0 comments , 451 views
  • Test Drive the new Microsoft Remote Desktop Beta app for Android

    Hello, my name is Ayesha Mascarenhas, and I work on the Remote Desktop team. Today, I would like to tell you about the new Microsoft Remote Desktop Beta app we released on Google Play. Those of you using Android devices today may already be familiar with...
    Terminal Services Team Blog on October 21, 2014 : 0 comments , 41 views
  • RDPSoft Admin Toolkit

    RDPSoft is a company that develops Remote Desktop Tools; they call their selves the Remote Desktop Tools company. Besides their commercial software like Remote Desktop Reporter, they also have a freeware Admin Toolkit available. This toolkit can be downloaded...
    Wilco van Bragt on October 21, 2014 : 0 comments , 36 views
  • News of 21 October 2014

    NetScaler Tuning, App-V Scheduler 2.2 and XenDesktop/XenApp Troubleshooting Tools. Read more... Read More...
    Wilco van Bragt on October 21, 2014 : 0 comments , 33 views
  • News of 20 October 2014

    New XenApp/XenDesktop 7.6 Clipboard policies and Introducing VMware Horizon Flex Read more... Read More...
    Wilco van Bragt on October 20, 2014 : 0 comments , 43 views
  • Apple should let iOS devices connect to multiple MDM servers in a “Limited MDM” mode

    For years Apple has been steadily advancing the enterprise mobility management features in iOS. The next steps should be to let devices connect to multiple MDM servers, and to do so in a way that emphasizes app management, not device-wipe policies. Why...
    Jack Madden on October 20, 2014 : 2 comments , 1,375 views
  • Introducing VMware Horizon FLEX

    By Gina Daly, Technical Writer for Technical Marketing, End-User Computing, VMware Do your employees want to use Macs in the workplace? Do you want to say ‘Yes’ to a BYO program? Perhaps you are hiring more temporary and contract staff? However, you struggle...
    VMware End User Computing on October 17, 2014 : 0 comments , 76 views
  • News of 17 October 2014

    PVS Failover Myth busted, VMware disabling TPS and ESXtop for the vSphere Web Client. Read more... Read More...
    Wilco van Bragt on October 17, 2014 : 0 comments , 54 views
  • It’s official: EMM is a big deal now.

    A few days ago a colleague asked me what I thought was big in the enterprise mobility management space right now. Thinking about the question, I realized that even though there are new trends coming up, it’s the whole “big picture” that’s...
    Jack Madden on October 17, 2014 : 0 comments , 2,238 views
  • VMware Horizon Client for Mac Is Ready for OS X 10.10

    By Kristina De Nike, Product Line Manager, End-User Computing, VMware No need to be alarmed. Apple has announced that Mac OS X 10.10 is available. But if you are running the latest Horizon Client for Mac, version 3.1, you do not need to change anything...
    VMware End User Computing on October 16, 2014 : 0 comments , 69 views
  • News of 16 October 2014

    Lessons Learned NS Gateway Integration with StoreFront and Horizon Air Desktop DR analyses. Read more... Read More...
    Wilco van Bragt on October 16, 2014 : 0 comments , 50 views
  • Horizon Air Desktop DR is a fine idea, but at the end of the day it's still DaaS (for better or worse)

    We learned at VMworld Europe that VMware sees disaster recovery as a problem that they can address with cloud services. Currently, customers build elaborate colocation sites or offsite DR facilities with PCs and servers (sometimes the previous generation...
    Gabe Knuth on October 16, 2014 : 2 comments , 1,682 views
  • VMware Fast Track 2.0 Program: New Proven Storage Solutions to Accelerate Your Horizon Deployment

    By Mason Uyeda, Senior Director, Industry Solutions and Technical Enablement, End-User Computing, VMware Horizon has long been recognized for its ease of deployment, manageability, and predictability…all critical factors in the world of IT. These attributes...
    VMware End User Computing on October 15, 2014 : 0 comments , 65 views
  • VMworld Roundup: VMware announces Horizon Flex managed client virtual machines based on Fusion/Player Pro, Horizon Air, Desktop DR, and CloudVolumes rebranded

    In Barcelona yesterday at VMworld, VMware announced their latest attempt at creating an enterprise-class Type-2 client hypervisor . VMware hasn’t had a whole lot of success in this department in the past–you might recall ACE having been a...
    Gabe Knuth on October 15, 2014 : 1 comments , 2,362 views
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