I recently installed windows updates on our XenApp PVS 6.1 images. This was on Server 2008 r2, there was probably about 40 of them. I booted the images up and over the weekend and had no issues. Then again the number of people using it was very low. Then comes Monday and everyone starts using… Continue reading Powershell Has Stopped Working
Of course after the fact I am able to find information about it but like many people our citrix pvs images had the E1000 nic drive in them. I did not think there would be a problem updating vSphere to 5.1 from 5. Everything worked fine with Citrix PVS 6.1 and vSphere 5.0. Once we… Continue reading Vsphere 5.1 and PVS 6.1 Fail with E1000
We have a program tracks what research pages you go to and automatically logs you in to them and writes data to sql server, etc. This part works fine, as long as protected mode is not turned on in IE (as a note we are using IE8). When protected mode is on you get the… Continue reading Error every time IE tab is opened.
It’s a slow process, but that’s only because users are using the servers and I just can’t reboot them all at once. I have 3 Images converted to the 6.1 environment. All of the servers for the 2 of the 3 images are working. On the 3rd image, I am just waiting for the servers… Continue reading Upgrading to Citrix PVS 6.1
I’m sure if you google this you may find a ton of results. It only took me a minute to solve, but I had the exacty same issue when we originally setup PVS 5.6… Apparently I had several servers running but they were only running off of one of the pvs servers and not load… Continue reading Upgrading PVS to 6.1 Store path not found
Seems like an easy enough concept and we map alot of drives. But we had a special situation. Everyone has a drive mapping of J: but we had a program that required a drive mapping of J: (to a different folder). So using EM tell it that when INEEDJ.exe is started then it will unmap… Continue reading AppSense Environement Manager Drive Mapping
After FINALLY getting approval for the upgrade we moved ahead with it. Updated 1 primary site and 25 secondary sites and reimaged a virtual PC in every site all with in about four hours. We had to schedule a down time for imaging or at least to be safe that is what we did. While I haven’t… Continue reading SCCM R3 Upgrade