Not Working Fedora 29 to 5 – Updated!

Hello and good morning. These are the adventures of the starship…. wait. That’s right. Wrong channel. Wrong show. So….. I decided to upgraded to Fedora 29 ( really really nice btw) at the end of October. Everything was hunky and even dory one would say. Except for something. Something very...Read more

Something Mandatory This Way Comes….

  So, you have found that you have the dreaded, evil, painful, Mandatory Upgrade message…. This has happened to me a few times. I’ve spoken with Citrix support (which was very good about this btw) to get fixed a couple of times. The third time, I tried my hand at...Read more

IP Home on the Range

Good afternoon Citrix machina! So today, I want to expand on my overview list ( please see overview subject to change post ). I listed as item 1 that you need an IP range for your Citrix environment. I used a subnet that got me quite a few servers...Read more

SQL Requirements for XenApp 7.15LTSR

Here are the requirements I ran across needing for the SQL backend portion for XenApp 7.15LTSR. I had to initially get full sa permission so that XenApp could setup it’s 3 databases. We couldn’t get it to work otherwise. After that, we were able to step down the permission as...Read more

Overview subject to change

Good afternoon and stuff! As promised, I’m going to begin to post the stuff for building a XenApp 7.15 LTSR Enterprise environment. This is subject to change as I run into different issues, requirements, or angry wombats. Below is a skeleton of the requirements I ran into in setting up...Read more

Linux Receiver for Fedora

So you want to connect to Citrix on Fedora 28 to a Citrix site that uses Entrust certificates? Well, the receiver has a few issues with that idea. So to take care of that, there are some workarounds you need to do. I have a link on the bottom of...Read more

SUBST for the substitute win!

Welcome all to the world of an older application that was never meant to be multi-user. The application was designed for a desktop OS and for a single user. One way you can get around application work/temp folders is an old DOS command called subst. You can use it to...Read more