Exciting New Published Application Metrics
Posted By Gadi Feldman
January 18, 2018
ControlUp was born from the EUC world. A world full of remote sessions, remote protocols, published desktops and published applications, each with lots of moving parts. From its early days ControlUp provided good coverage and lots of metrics for most of these moving parts. You can monitor sessions, processes, logon times, the servers as a […]
XenDesktop Broker Integration
Posted By Andrew Morgan
September 07, 2016
With the looming release of ControlUp version 6, I’m super excited to talk about the new Citrix XenDesktop / XenApp broker integration built into the console! With this new release, ControlUp will have full visibility of every aspect of XenDesktop and XenApp site health. From VDA’s, to controllers, to databases and services, from a single […]
A Comparison between Vsphere and HyperV, from a XenDesktop VDI POV
Posted By Dan Levtov
February 25, 2016
Your VDI is XenDesktop and you’re comparing vSphere and HyperV before deciding which one to go with. Which one of these hypervisors is preferable? It’s a tricky decision, requiring quite a lot of research and thought. Or does it…? Consider the VDI’s common denominator For those using VMware View, there is no real dilemma because […]
Troubleshooting Citrix PVS Issues with ControlUp
Posted By Yoni Avital
September 16, 2015
Citrix Provisioning Services (PVS) is a popular technology to manage XenApp and XenDesktop images in Citrix environments. PVS enables multiple desktops or servers to boot from a single VHD based image thus simplifying image management and eliminating the need to update and patch individual systems. In this blog post we will cover some common PVS issues and […]
Posted By ControlUp Team
September 16, 2013
[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 […]