Known Hardware-Related Citrix Provisioning Services Issues

Written by Thomas Poppelgaard on. Posted in Dell, Hyper-V, IBM, Provisioning, VMware, Windows Server 2008R2

Summary

This article contains a list of known hardware-related issues encountered when using Provisioning Services. Virtual hardware issues are also included in this article. Each individual article contains specific information about the issue encountered.

Issues List

CTX131570 – TSBBDM.BIN File Failed to Download in a Hyper-V Environment

CTX131156 – HP Proliant BL 460G7/465G7 Unable to Boot from Boot Device Manager Start Imaging Process

CTX130458 – Teamed NICs Used for Non-Provisioning Services Traffic Fails

CTX129999 – Unable to Download ARDBP32.bin when Using XenServer or Hyper-V with HP Flex-10/Flex Fabric Module

CTX128923 – No Operating System Found when Attempt to PXE Boot an HP DL180G6 as a Provisioning Services Target

CTX128834 – HP Proliant BL 460G7 Unable to PXE Boot to Start Imaging Process

CTX128750 – Hyper-V Synthetic Network Interface Card Reinitializes on New Provisioning Services Target

CTX128647 – nVidia ION Based Devices Cannot Boot from Provisioning Services 5.x

CTX128074 – Unable to Stream to Cisco USC Based Servers

CTX128071 – Provisioning Services Support for UEFI on IBM System X

CTX125361 – Target Device Fails to Start with VMXnet3 Drivers

CTX125317 – Unable to Stream to Non-Master Target Dell Physical Hosts

CTX124757 – Unified Extensible Firmware Interface Based Target Devices Do Not Boot

CTX123639 – Teaming Network Interface Cards with NC532i Adapters

CTX123591 – Unable to PXE Boot using HP NC532i Dual Port 10GbE Network Interface Cards

CTX122365 – Provisioning Target Device hangs on Windows Splash Screen

CTX122297 – Windows 2008 Server vDisk on an HP BL465c Target Machine Fails to Boot

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Danny de Wolf

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Hey Thomas,
Great work, thanks. I’m still running into an issue that I cannot seem to resolve. I was hoping you might have an idea where I should look ?
I’ve got an application server with ES5.4, and a separate SQL server with the Reporting installed. I can get to the Reporting websites /reports and /reportserver, but when configuring Reporting within ES, it keeps saying “The report server credentials used to communicate with Reporting Services are invalid”. I tried pretty much everything I think, and cannot get my head around this.
The account that I’m using at the “Report Server Credentials” page, is a domain account, and has admin rights on the application server (for now, local admin) as well as on the Report and ES databases.
I’m a bit lost what else I can check to make this work… Any advise you can give me would be greatly appreciated :-)
Thanks.

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

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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