ControlUp Automation – Session Timeout Per Application

ControlUp Automation – Session Timeout Per Application

Posted By Trentent
Server Silos  When I was a Citrix administrator, I hated having server silos.   I worked extremely hard to minimize the number of silos in our environment.  This made management of virtual machines easier, reduced configuration sprawl and made the environment more consistent.  This is a very big challenge, though. When you are able to […]
VDI Monitoring: What You Don’t Know You’re Missing

VDI Monitoring: What You Don’t Know You’re Missing

Posted By Yoni
How do you know that what you understand to be all-encompassing isn’t actually quite as extensive as you might have thought? Surely when you buy an all-inclusive package, you can feel safe in the knowledge that the words all-inclusive are a dead giveaway. Apparently this is not necessarily true, as while nothing is completely perfect, so this […]
Top 9 Take-aways from VMworld 2015

Top 9 Take-aways from VMworld 2015

Posted By ControlUp Team
Number 1 – “Ready for Any” This was the theme of VMworld 2015. And it seems that VMware is ready for any of the technical challenges we should all be aware of surrounding the vision of a unified hybrid cloud – including accessing an agile cloud platform for traditional and cloud-native applications and embracing enterprise […]

ControlUp and Horizon 6 Real-Time Management

Posted By Yoni
This blog will discuss VMware’s new ‘Horizon 6’ offering and how it helps customers manage RDS and VDI environments with its built-in consoles. Additionally, we will look at how ControlUp complements Horizon 6 admins by aiding in troubleshooting performance issues in real-time and managing end users. Horizon 6 Now Supports RDSH VMware recently announced the […]

How to modify registry values on multiple RDP sessions, Citrix sessions, VDI’s or servers at once

Posted By ControlUp Team
[styledbox type=”information” ]This document applies to any version of: Remote Desktop Services, XenApp, XenDesktop, XenServer, VMware View, VMware, MS Hypervisor and Microsoft Servers.[/styledbox] 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 […]