Tag Archives: Citrix

Manage your XenServer pool with RES Automation Manager 2012

For those XenServer administrators who don’t know what RES Automation Manager is, it’s a task automation tool which makes it possible to run almost any command on managed computers with an agent. You can create runbooks with multiple commands or install software remotely unattended. With the release of RES Automation Manager 2012, Linux is now… Read More »

Running XenDesktop with IntelliCache on XenServer

I finally got time to upgrade our XenServer environment to 5.6 SP2 and enabled IntelliCache on XenServer. Enabling IntelliCache during installation is easy, just put a checkmark when asked “Enable thin provisioning”. XenServer will then format the local disk as EXT3 instead of LVM. When XenServer is installed with Intellicache, you have to re-add the… Read More »

Citrix NetScaler

This week I completed my first Citrix NetScaler project. Two different Citrix Access Gateway portals, both with different logon authentication methods. company01.domain.com company02.domain.com The first portal does Two-factor authentication (LDAP and RSA SecureId). RSA SecureID authentication is based on the build-in RSA Radius server, which runs on the local RSA Server.    The second portal does LDAP… Read More »