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How to Configure Extended Multi-Monitor Support on a Macintosh Client

How to Configure Extended Multi-Monitor Support on a Macintosh Client

Document ID: CTX127085 / Created On: Oct 22, 2010 / Updated On: Oct 22, 2010
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Summary

This article describes how to configure Extended Multi-Monitor Support on a Macintosh client.

Background

Administrators can configure extended multi-monitor support for users either on a per-server or per-client device basis.

Procedure

Use the following procedure to configure extended multi-monitor support on the server.

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Windows Screen Positions Move on Reconnecting to XenDesktop from the Same Client

Windows Screen Positions Move on Reconnecting to XenDesktop from the Same Client

Document ID: CTX127078 / Created On: Oct 26, 2010 / Updated On: Oct 26, 2010
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Symptoms

In XenDesktop, if you disconnect and reconnect from the same client machine, windows and their positions should remain the same. Sometimes when reconnecting from the same end point the windows can move onto the primary monitor.

When you reconnect to a XenDesktop session, it reads the contents of the following registry key.

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HDX MediaStream for Flash - Client-Side Content Fetching Limitations

HDX MediaStream for Flash - Client-Side Content Fetching Limitations

Document ID: CTX126702 / Created On: Sep 30, 2010 / Updated On: Oct 27, 2010
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Summary

This article describes known limitations with HDX MediaStream for Flash Client-Side Content Fetching when accessing Flash content that requires integrated Windows authentication.

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The LoadAppInit_DLLs Registry Value is Removed by the XenDesktop Virtual Desktop Agent Uninstallation

The LoadAppInit_DLLs Registry Value is Removed by the XenDesktop Virtual Desktop Agent Uninstallation

Document ID: CTX126794 / Created On: Sep 30, 2010 / Updated On: Oct 27, 2010
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Symptoms

The following registry value is removed after the XenDesktop Virtual Desktop Agent is uninstalled:

HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows\ LoadAppInit_DLLs

Cause

The XenDesktop Virtual Desktop Agent uninstaller removes this key as part of the uninstallation process.

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The LoadAppInit_DLLs Registry Value is Removed by the XenDesktop Virtual Desktop Agent Uninstallation

The LoadAppInit_DLLs Registry Value is Removed by the XenDesktop Virtual Desktop Agent Uninstallation

Document ID: CTX126794 / Created On: Sep 30, 2010 / Updated On: Oct 27, 2010
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Symptoms

The following registry value is removed after the XenDesktop Virtual Desktop Agent is uninstalled:

HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows\ LoadAppInit_DLLs

Cause

The XenDesktop Virtual Desktop Agent uninstaller removes this key as part of the uninstallation process.

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Resource Calculation on XenDesktop and XenApp part 01

Resource Calculation on XenDesktop and XenApp part 01
Almost every day I am asked the question that every virtualization technologist hates…
“How long is a piece of string?”
Really, every day. O.K. some days I am kidnapped by an alien race with advanced technology that gives me unlimited access to expensive lab equipment like large storage arrays and switches. But every other day “How long is a piece of string?”
Or:
How tall is a person?
Really you meet a lot of people, tell me how tall is a person?
I mean, say they are using Microsoft Office, how tall is a person?

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Use PowerShell To Log Custom Events from XenDesktop, XenApp, or Hyper-V

Use PowerShell To Log Custom Events from XenDesktop, XenApp, or Hyper-V

I have been rewriting some of the scripts I had on www.tokeshi.com into PowerShell.

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Ping Test Your XenDesktop Resources with PowerShell

Ping Test Your XenDesktop Resources with PowerShell
One of my current adventures is a migration of some of my XenServers to Hyper-v in the home lab. As I was dividing up some NFS storage to a iSCSI server, I found myself bringing up and updating a lot of my infrastructure components and started to think that maybe it was a good time to update an old vb script I wrote years ago to test for availability of several infrastructure components.

So here is the script:

I. Set up the workspace in Excel
II. Set up workbook and worksheet in the spreadsheet.

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Citrix Receiver 11.0 install on MeeGo

crossposted from http://community.citrix.com/x/vgEeCQ

The Citrix Receiver install is pretty straight forward (if you do crazy things like read the read-me).

Lets set up the environment so you know what I'm talking about here.

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From the www.MeeGo.com website:

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