BriForum 2005 Video: Thomas Koetzing on Desktop Design for smaller environments

A lot of the tools, tips, tricks, and techniques out there focus on how enterprises manage their Citrix and Terminal Server environments.

A lot of the tools, tips, tricks, and techniques out there focus on how enterprises manage their Citrix and Terminal Server environments. The fact remains however that for every huge enterprise, there are hundreds of small and mid-sized companies also using server-based computing technology. In this session, Thomas Koetzing will talk about the strategies and techniques that you can use to manage your remote desktops.

Here's his session from BriForum 2005.

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It looks like the slides aren't posted yet...  I receive a 404 error.
 
 
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It looks like the slides aren't posted yet...  I receive a 404 error.



 
There's a typo in the link: https://www.brianmadden.com/attachments/BriForum%202005%20-%20Desktop%20Design%20for%20Small%20Environmnets%20-%20Thomas%20Koetzing.ppt
 
change the Environmnets to Environments so it becomes:
https://www.brianmadden.com/attachments/BriForum%202005%20-%20Desktop%20Design%20for%20Small%20Environments%20-%20Thomas%20Koetzing.ppt
 
Ronald van Sleeuwen
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Hi Eveyone. I fixed the typo in the links so it's all good now.
Brian
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A Softgrid sollution is much more simple!
/Johan M
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How about making the scripts that go with this presentation available for download? 
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A Softgrid sollution is much more simple!
/Johan M

...and the main idea is NOT to spend any money for any 3rd party Software!
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That is: save your 3rd party Citrix money and buy Softgrid instead....
/Johan M
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yeah, like softgrid has application layer loadbalancing, management features and consumes as much bandwith as citrix does..

Sometimes, especially in bigger enviroments, you might want both.
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If only the world was so black and white as Guest would have us believe.
 
 
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