Shadow Keys have been around for a very long time and many (including myself) have written about this topic. I feel it is time to compile all the information about shadow keys in one place to provide a comprehensive overview...
I was recently supporting a customer who had a migration project planned. The customers were using Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 on Windows Server 2003 x86 and the task was to replace this with XenApp 6 on Windows Server 2008 R2...
In the course of the last six months, I have published nine articles about performance monitoring , why it is a crucial task and how the different subsystems of the operating system. To wrap up this series, this article offers...
Terminal server application compatibility scripts have been around for a long time - so long in fact, that I considered them a legacy and stowed away any knowledge of them in a very remote area of my brain. When a...
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The Microsoft Remote Desktop Services Team has release a very intriguing article about Aero Glass Remoting with Windows Server 2008 R2 . Being a tech guy, I have tested this on a development system and I must say that I...
In the first article of this series, I provided a short overview why performance monitoring is important, what subsystems are to be monitored and named some tools focussed on monitoring terminal servers. Having been concerned with the performance analysis of...
We all know that it is trendy to use a profile solution to rid Windows of some Remote Desktop Services ), this introduces the limitation that all users logging on to a server receive the same profile path – most...
Even with the most meticulous design, the day will come when your farm's capacity is not sufficient any more. User numbers increase, applications become more resource-hungry and the amount of data to be handled increases steadily. So what do you...
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In a last article explained the new design for storing folder views introduced by Windows Vista and Server 2008. But it only hints at a solution using a profile management product and lacks a proper description how to achieve this...