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Web Interface slow startup (first time)

imagesCARU431ZYeah I know, there are a lot of post about this and yes there are all the same. So mine will be the same as every other out there Knipogende emoticon 

When the Web Interface server is rebooted or an iisrest is given the first user who access the Web Interface has to wait longer than normal. In the background different worker process (Application Pools) are started. And the .NET framework does his magic thing.

To speeds up things a little bit, you can disable the check for digital signatures.

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By Jeroen, ago
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Client Deployment WebInterface 5.4.0 / XenApp 6.5

This article describes how-to setup client deployment directly from the Web Interface (5.4.0). When the Web Interface is installed directly from the XenApp installation, there is no question/part where the clients are installed from the DVD.

First we copy the clients from the folder: “Citrix Receiver and Plug-ins” on the installation source to the following location: “C:\Program Files (x86)\Citrix\Web Interface\5.4.0\Client

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By Jeroen, ago
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Is it possible to install Mac OSX in VMWare vSphere 5?

A couple of days ago, the PepperCrew had his monthly meeting. There was a little discussion about the new vSphere 5 release from VMWare. In the release notes there is mentioned that it will support OSX installations. I'm not convinced that that would work. There is a big community in the world who wants to install OSX in a sandboxed environment or even native on not Apple hardware. (Hackintosh or OSx86 etc etc). So, lets try some different scenario’s. Apple supports only virtualized OSX Server installations on Apple hardware. Normal OSX installations aren’t supported or possible. First Test: Install OSX Snow Leopard (10.6) in VMWare Fusion (On an iMac)

This is not allowed. The installer stops with the following error: Schermafbeelding 2011-08-26 om 17.22.49

Second Test: Install OSX Snow Leopard Server (10.6) in VMWare Fusion (On an iMac) (more…)

By Jeroen, ago
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Run a specific task sequence job only for laptops

When there is a one OSD for all type’s of computers in the network and you want specific software deployed only on laptops, here is the howto Winking smile

What’s the differences between a laptop and a desktop? Correct, the battery. So the simplest way to achieve our goal is to check if there is a battery present in the system.

Open the OSD Task Sequence and add the required step.

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By Jeroen, ago