• Remote Desktop 2012 R2 gegen XenApp 6.5

    Citrix ist im Geschäft mehr als 20 Jahre; der Erfinder und Dominator des Multiuser Markts. Die Frage ist aber immer die gleiche: "Brauche ich Citrix XenApp oder XenDesktop - Ist Microsoft Remote Desktop nicht genug? Muss ich so viel mehr Geld für Citrix ausgeben? Ich war Microsoft MVP für Remote Desktop Service (RDS) für viele Jahre und ich erinnere mich an meinen letzten Besuch bei Microsoft in Redmond. Ich hatte Änderungen und Ergänzungen empfohlen die mit dem aktuellen Windows Server Version 2012R2 wahr geworden sind. Ich muss keinem Citrix "Verkaufen", wenn Microsoft für die Kundenbedürfnisse ausreichend ist. Es ist kommt immer auf die Anforderungen des Kunden an aber vieles hat sich geändert und es ist Zeit zum Überdenken.

  • Remote Desktop 2012 R2 vs. XenApp 6.5

    Citrix has been in the business for over 20 years; the founder and dominator of the multi-user market. The questions are always the same: "Do I need XenApp or XenDesktop - Isn't Microsoft Remote Desktop enough? Do I have to spend a lot of extra money on Citrix?" I was a Microsoft MVP for Remote Desktop Service (RDS) for four years and I remember the last time I was in Redmond. I said some things Microsoft should change or add that have become true with the latest release of Windows server. I never have to "sell" anyone Citrix when RDS is just enough. It always depends, but I think things have changed such that it’s now time to re-think.

  • Stop optimizing the server performance! Optimize the user session!

    Quite often customer tells me that they want to optimize the Windows server performance by running some scripts found on the Internet and they are also setting a bunch of registry keys. In my opinion, this is not just dangerous but can also cause issues later and then everybody is analyzing while spending a lot of time. On the other hand, the same customers do nothing to optimize the user session and waste sometimes a lot of resources and again getting more likely issues.

    Let me explain why you should NOT care about the server and focus on the user session.  

  • Understanding and using Citrix StressPrinters

    Many Citrix or terminal server farms have problems with printer drivers and sometimes even the Administrator is not aware of that. Drivers that are not 100% multiuser aware can have a bad influence in many different ways. Often those buggy drivers can slow down the login process or cause high CPU consumption. In worst cases, printer drivers can even stop the login process for the whole server, kill the spooler service or can cause a blue screen of death (very rare with Windows 2003 and up). For the first two issues, the Citrix health monitor can help tracking the problem.

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