In my environment I have nearly 100 persistent MCS VDAs. Our developers, contractors, and even us IT people need the ability to change things on our VDI desktops (install/uninstall/set registry/create local IIS sites/etc.) and have them persist reboots. Luckily, the only software I have to maintain on these desktops is the VDA itself. That still […]
XenDesktop 7.12 + MCS on XenServer Problem – PowerShell Script Fix
I recently ran into an issue after upgrading my XenDesktop environment to 7.12 from 7.11. Prior to that update I was able to create MCS desktops in my XenServer pool with no issues. After upgrading to 7.12 the newly created VMs would not register with the delivery controller, and according to XenServer they did not […]
A while back I wrote a script to quickly update a XenServer host or pool with all the hotfixes placed in a directory. I got tired of doing it through the gui, and having to do each update one at a time… waiting for reboots in-between. This script will look for .xsupdate files in the […]
Good XenServer Master Class coming up on December 13th. Check it out here.
Shane Kleinert a frequent member of #CitrixIRC’s latest blog series on SCVMM & XenServer. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6