Archive for May 30, 2011

XenZone – 6 reasons why to attend

Written by Thomas Poppelgaard. Posted in Citrix, Events

Citrix User Group Norway is helding their conference #XenZone next weekend 9-10 June 2011 at Lillestrøm, Norway.

Here are 6 reasons, why you should attend and listen to these cool presenters at XenZone:

Reason 1.

My collegue Bjarne Træholt, Product Manager (NetScaler, Branch Repeater)*CCI on all Citrix products.I call him “Verdens bedste” in danish translated its “World’s best”. Bjarne is a cool guy and i recommend you check out his session.

Reason 2

Another great norwegian hero/collegue and friend is Alexander Ervik Johnsen CTP, Product Manager. You might him from his famous webpage http://www.ervik.as.

Reason 3

The one and only David Hald CEO and one of the founders of SMS Passcode David is also known as the famous hacker Boris and a great friend of mine =o)

Reason 4

A true danish Citrix hero is the one and only first danish awarded CTP, Rene Vester, founder of DKCUG. Rene Vester also is the auther of his blog renevester.com

Reason 5

Daniel Wedel i attended his session at PubForum in Dublin last week and i recommend you check out his session he is an great presenter and knows how to tell the message out so you understand it nice and smooth.

Reason 6

Jeroen van de Kamp, CTO for Login Consultans and awarded CTP. Jeroen is one of my favorite presenters i have watched him several time at Synergy and BriFoum.

 

The XenZone Agenda
http://xenzone.no/agenda

RES Baseline Desktop Analyzer

Written by Thomas Poppelgaard. Posted in Windows 7

Service Information

Every IT project must first consider its impact on the user. It is therefore key to have an accurate insight into your current desktop infrastructure, before making any changes. After all, changes can impact the operating system and important applications. Even if you know what was installed on the laptop or desktop when it was delivered the user, it is often unknown what has happened since then.

How can you, the IT professional, make changes to the hardware, operating system or even application(s) for your users, if you don’t know what is installed and used today?

RES Baseline Desktop Analyzer is here to help

RES Baseline Desktop Analyzer is a free online service that provides insight into the current state of the desktop environment. This insight is a critical first step in any IT project.

RES Baseline Desktop Analyzer will give you a clear insight into your:

  1. Hardware Inventory
  2. Application Landscape
  3. User Population
  4. Location Layout
  5. Printing Topology

This information will help you assess and predict the impact of changes, such as an office relocation, hardware replacement or an upgrade to Windows 7, on your users.

More information can be found at http://resbda.cloudapp.net/Home/MoreInfo
(note: its still a closed beta, so you need an invite. In June 2011 the tool will be available to all public)

In this video at BrianMadden, Gabe Knuth joins RES Software’s Max Ranzau for a demo of their new, free Baseline Desktop Analyzer, or BDA at Citrix Synergy 2011.

Recent Comments

Mike

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+ Receiver for Windows 14.1.200
+ Profile Management 5.2

Ge

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Same here. Version 12 and 13 of the receiver still can’t handle SHA2 so for me also a useless product.
Come on Citrix, you have implemented sha2 almost in all receivers so it should be rocket-science for you.

Dan

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Could you tell me how much will cost this solution ?

only hard+ soft/licenses , without configuration/consultancy .

thanks,
Dan

Chantelle Olivier

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Good day

I installed worx home to my Samsung S5.
The first time – I did not enter all the correct info. So when I tried to go in again – it did not allow me to. I then uninstalled the program. when installing the software again – it does not want to go in at all.

Please can you assist

Victor

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Changing my playground from XD71 to XD75 and upgrading to the latest VGX is very disappointing.
I can’t see anymore the normal output for nvidia-smi command and i also lack the performance level but also the performance graphs in XenServer.
Tried to rollback and i was unsuccessful.

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