Tag Archive for PVS

Microsoft SCVMM and Citrix PVS, exporting retries to a CSV

SCVMM

While I’m still experimenting with the Microsoft SCVMM and Citrix PVS PowerShell cmdlets (read more about my first ramblings about this topic here) I figured it’s difficult to get an export of the vDisk usage to track down the number of retries on a vDisk for a particular host so I wrote a little script to make this easier.

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Microsoft SCVMM, Citrix PVS and Powershell: Some quick tips

Microsoft SCVMMAnother week, another reference architecture in the making… This time I’m working on a new reference architecture for Hyper-V 2016, SCVMM 2016 and XenDesktop 7.13. Obviously PVS 7.13 is in the mix too so I’ve been building out the environment but needed some PowerShell one-liners and easy scripts to get some work done and figured I could put them in a short blog for my own reference.

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Overcoming the 3 biggest challenges with Citrix MCS

Citrix MCSWith all the stories around MCS vs PVS etc I wanted to write a blogpost on how Nutanix can help you overcome the issues that you would see in a legacy 3-tier / local disk architecture using Citrix MCS. This is not a PVS vs MCS blogpost but I thought it would be a good idea to show how Nutanix solves the 3 biggest challenges with Citrix MCS.

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Automating Citrix PVS on Nutanix AHV with PoSH

PoSHWith the current announcement of running Citrix XenDesktop on Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor I was really exited to start playing around with the options the Nutanix platform gives us to automate a lot of processes. Currently Nutanix provides a couple of ways to automate, one of them being good ol’ PoSH.

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My take on HP’s Moonshot

MoonshotJust before but also during Citrix Synergy there was a lot of buzz around the HP Moonshot system, Moonshot is a relatively new concept in which the design will offer multiple hosts to deliver your services.

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How to hide the Citrix PVS System Tray icon per user

While working on a vDisk for Windows 2008R2 with XenApp 6.5 based on Citrix Provisioning Services I got a remark that people could see the Citrix PVS Target Tools icon in the system tray and this could be confusing for the end user as they are presented information that is useless to them.

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