PNA Architecture In Presentation Server, Application Streaming and VDI, Part 1, BriForum 2007

The VDI story has just started and it always comes back to the Program Neighborhood Agent (PNA), the new major Access Suite client software targeted for rich devices.

This is a video of a breakout session from BriForum 2007, presented by Thorsten Rood.

Session Description: Independent of which Citrix-based application delivery strategy you prefer--using installed published applications on Presentation Servers, streaming profiled applications out to the end user devices, connecting to a workstation desktop from outside by means of Desktop Broker, or a mixture of all three--the VDI story has just started and it always comes back to the Program Neighborhood Agent (PNA), the new major Access Suite client software targeted for rich devices. This session outlines the functional architecture of PNA and web interface, including an interactive VM lab drill-down of client-to-server redirection features (performed at registry architecture level) for centrally provided applications with Citrix Presentation Server, Citrix Streaming Technology and Desktop Broker. We'll discuss configuration details for both XP and Vista clients and have an in-depth look into XML Streaming configuration files.

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