As a community facing product, we always try to engage our end users and listen to their requests so we can optimize ControlUp based on their needs. In addition to our regular communications with ControlUp admins, we decided to take it up a notch and approach experts from the Citrix, Virtualization & RDS Community and …Read More
ControlUp 3.0, our next major release, is right around the corner. With CU 3.0 beta published to the beta community early January (feel free to join the beta program by sending an e-mail to email@example.com), I figured it’s a good time to update our community about the great new features available in ControlUp 3.0.
ControlUp 3.0 …Read More
Modifying or adding registry setting on multiple virtual or physical machines (RDP/Citrix sessions, physical machines) without modifying the Group Policy is always a challenge.
In this short “How to” article we will illustrate how …
Last week we had a great ControlUp Webinar with Citrix Ready.
In this Webinar I covered the key themes that were synonymous with ControlUp from the day we launched it:
Total Real-Time Visibility ( Starting at 09:33 in the embedded video )
Comprehensive Multi-Target Management ( Starting 24:00 in the embedded video …
One small and powerful ControlUp feature which often goes unnoticed by many users is the ability to use advanced search filters inside ControlUp main views. Since this seems to be a pretty useful feature, I decided to share this with our community and present some use cases.
Let’s start with something simple like filtering the Computers …Read More
During the last months, we have received numerous queries from ControlUp users anxious to leverage ControlUp for historical reporting and trend tracking purposes. After all, if ControlUp is so good at monitoring the current state of affairs in your server farm, why not allow the admin to generate historical reports?
In order to offer this functionality …Read More
Systems administrators who are responsible for configuring and troubleshooting Group Policy are familiar with the uncertainty involved in this task. Once configured, a Group Policy Object is supposed to start affecting users and/or computers, but there is no quick and easy way to ensure that Group Policy is indeed active and working as expected. So …Read More
A few days ago, we had a serious printing problem in our XenApp farm. We were initially alerted to a printing issue when the aggregated events count started to climb:
We looked at the events and noticed events like this one across 200 servers:Read More
Windows Event Log is a valuable source of information, and it is usually my first stop, when diagnosing a server or desktop after a problem has occurred. What I would really like to have however is proactive monitoring capabilities – an Event Log that will draw my attention to a problem …Read More
With XenApp 4.5/5.0 for Windows 2003 reaching end of life, it’s time to bid farewell to Citrix Resource Manager. Without getting too emotional, I think it’s safe to say Citrix RM was one of the best pieces of software Citrix has ever written. Citrix RM provided simple yet robust solutions for 2 major XenApp …Read More