RDSH Done Right

RDSH Done Right

A remote Desktop Session/Server Host (RDSH) is a server computer (a virtual machine or a physical server) for hosting remote desktop and application sessions that can be accessed by a network connection. However, installing applications on RDSH involves more complicacies than installing them on a single-user operating system or virtual desktop. Certain incidents need to […]

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Engineering Applications running best on Citrix: Why should you care?

Engineering, manufacturing, and designing companies especially with employees working remotely or companies engaging talented designers from different parts of the globe, face the big challenge of collaboration, often real-time. Their CAD professionals working from different locations/states/countries need to conform, collaborate, and manage the design environments in real-time. Each user needs the best user experience possible […]

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VMware Alternative: Citrix, Microsoft

VMware Alternative: Citrix, Microsoft

Customers often inquire about the right desktop and application delivery solution provided by the three leading vendors Citrix, VMware or Microsoft. Each one comes with unique benefits and some shortfalls as well, and the perfect selection will depend on the business objective and end-use requirement. Instead of feature by feature head-on comparison we would consider […]

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Azure Virtual Machines and Windows Virtual Desktop

Azure Virtual Machines and Windows Virtual Desktop

The Microsoft Azure Cloud offers a large variety of resources and services that can be used to create a virtual infrastructure. Users and business owners, therefore, need to understand the types of VMs available in the world’s most popular cloud Microsoft Azure. This also includes the latest desktop virtualization service by Microsoft, the Windows Virtual […]

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Citrix XenServer (Citrix Hypervisor): An Overview

If you are planning to expand your server, virtualization, or thinking to shift your server workloads to the cloud, Citrix XenServer (now known as Citrix Hypervisor) could be an option for you. In today’s discussion will take you through the fundamentals and the advantages you can expect from it and also the drawbacks. XenServer, developed […]

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RDS vs Citrix XenDesktop: 5 things to consider

RDS vs Citrix XenDesktop: 5 things to consider

With businesses increasingly seeking virtualization, many get confused with the array of virtualization choices available. Today we will discuss, and also compare, the two popular desktop virtualization solutions – the familiar old boy the Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and comparatively new entrant, the Citrix XenDesktop. This will help you to understand which one would be […]

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Top Use Cases for Citrix XenDesktop

Top Use Cases for Citrix XenDesktop

Citrix virtualization technologies such as Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp offer significant differentiation and advantages compared to other competitor virtualization products. We surveyed popular review sites to see what real users are saying about Citrix virtualization. The purpose of this write-up is to share with you how businesses across different sectors are leveraging the useful features […]

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What Is MSIX App Attach in Windows Virtual Desktop?

Microsoft is introducing MSIX app attach, a powerful new solution for admins to deal with Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) images and applications. Let us try to understand the application management services in a virtualized environment and how they are used in Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD). An application landscape that involves installing, running, What Are the […]

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Delegated Access system in Windows Virtual Desktop

Delegation is important for any company from a security point of view. As the business grows, it becomes difficult to keep track of all the specific users with admin roles. For example, if an employee gets an admin role that should not be going to that user, the company becomes vulnerable to security breaches. The […]

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How to Enforce Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) on Windows Virtual Desktop

How to Enforce Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) on Windows Virtual Desktop

Azure Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) supports Azure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), Azure Conditional Access (CA) and Self-service password reset (SSPR). While Conditional Access is great for user-access based on their location, device, and other conditions, Microsoft desktop as a service has to be secured with MFA. Admins have to proactively define in their policies the authentication […]

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