ShareFile – Unable to preview Microsoft Office files with new Microsoft Office Online Server integration

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Load Balancing and Monitoring Delivery Controllers

NOTE: The load balanced address (VIP) for Delivery Controllers is only to be used for your store configuration in StoreFront. For VDA registration you should point directly to the DDC’s and not the load balancing VIP.

1. Create a Load Balancing Server for the DDC Server :

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2. Create the LB Service on TCP/80 or the port being used :

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3. Create the LB Monitor of CITRIX-XD-DDC type:

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4. Keep the Standard Parameter as Default and enable the Validate Credentials providing the Credentials:

Please Note that Standard Parameter are only required when we want Connection Leasing in case Data Base Connectivity from DDC Server is lost.

5.Bind the monitor to the Lb Service.

6.Create a LB Virtual Server and bind the Service to the same.

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App Layering: Supporting DFS File Shares

For load distribution and data availability, many customers are choosing to use DFS file shares instead of single-server shares. And for security purposes, customers are choosing to disable SMB 1.0 on those servers. Although the ELM cannot access a DFS namespace when SMB 1.0 is disabled, App Layering still can leverage DFS. Since App Layering uses native Windows for file share access, as long as Windows can access your DFS shares, and the data is there in the DFS namespace, features like Elastic and User layers will work fine.

Since the ELM itself does not support DFS, your only option is to point it directly to a shared folder on one of the servers in the namespace. The ELM will then upload the layers and configuration files normally to that specific server. On the backend, DFS replication will manage duplicating the data to the rest of the DFS servers. The data is actually available in your DFS namespace even if the ELM could not directly talk to DFS. And if the specific server the ELM is configured to talk to becomes unavailable, the file server information can be changed at will to point to another server in the cluster.

And that means that your published images absolutely can take advantage of DFS namespaces, for load sharing and data redundancy. The published images don’t need to find the files in the exact place the ELM put them, they simply need to find the files where they are told to look for them. So you just need to reconfigure your published images to read data from DFS instead of the direct file server. When publishing an image, the ELM puts in the registry the name of the share it uploaded to, so that the layering software in the image will download its elastic layers from the same location. However, that registry key can be changed after publishing, by a script or a GPO.

See https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX222107 for the registry information as well as a sample GPO template.

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App Layering: No connection to Layering Service and other web errors

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What hostname does App Layering use to communicate with Microsoft Azure?

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Receiver For Windows – 4.10.1 –  Published application hangs immediately after it is launched

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How to Use Policy Based TCP Profile in NetScaler

Note: Policy based TCP profile is not present in 10.x. It is only available from 11.0 64.x and 11.1.

How to configure policy based TCP profile in NetScaler

Consider the following requirement in a customer deployment. Customer has 3G/4G subscribers, all the 3G subscribers are coming through VLAN-1 and 4G from VLAN-2. Based on this parameter, we can give different TCP profile to these clients.

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Using the APPQOE policy we have created two policies based on VLAN IDs. The action configured for APPQOE policy will select the profile for the subscriber traffic. On getting the request from client, policy evaluation happens, based on the VLAN ID, corresponding TCP profile is used based on the APPQOE action configured. For instance, in the below configuration when 3G traffic comes in to NetScaler using VLAN1, the APPQOE policy “appqoe_3G” is hit and the corresponding action “action_3G” with 3G_profile is applied for the session.

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  • add appqoe action action_3G -tcpProfile 3G_profile

  • add appqoe action action_4G -tcpProfile 4G_profile

  • add appqoe policy appqoe_3G -rule “client.vlan.id.eq(1)” -action action_3G

  • add appqoe policy appqoe_4G -rule “client.vlan.id.eq(2)” -action action_4G

  • bind lb vserver tcpopt_traffic_manager -policyname appqoe_3G –priority 1

  • bind lb vserver tcpopt_traffic_manager –policyname appqoe_4G –priority 2

Policy based TCP Profiles using configuration utility

Navigate to AppExpert -> AppQoE

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APPQOE Policy Examples

Some examples for APPQOE policy that can be used for other parameters like source IP, HTTP parameters, subscriber specific information are as follows,

TCP/IP specific rule :

add appqoe policy <name> -rule “CLIENT.IP.SRC.EQ(10.12.12.16)” -action <action-name>

HTTP specific rule :

add appqoe policy apppol1 -rule “HTTP.REQ.URL.CONTAINS(“5k.html”)” -action appact1

add appqoe policy apppol2 -rule “HTTP.REQ.URL.CONTAINS(“500.html”)” -action appact2

Subscriber specific rule:

add appqoe policy apppol1 -rule “SUBSCRIBER.AVP(250).VALUE.CONTAINS(“hi”)” -action appact1

add appqoe policy apppol2 -rule “SUBSCRIBER.SERVICEPATH.IS_NEXT(“SF1″)” -action appct2

This feature leverages the flexibility available in APPQOE policies and actions to dynamically

select the TCP profile required for the traffic going through NetScaler.

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Import OS layer fails in App Layering, “Windows is hibernated, refused to mount.”

You get a “hibernated” failure trying to import a Gold VM in Unidesk 4. This likely applies only to Windows 10. Your error looks like this:

Failed to duplicate layer. Please ensure that you have sufficient space remaining in Unidesk local storage and retry this operation. Command = “/usr/sbin/ntfslabel /dev/nbd1279p1 UDiskP8B000CV0R1″ StdOut=”” StdErr=”Windows is hibernated, refused to mount.

Failed to mount ‘/dev/nbd1279p1’: Operation not permitted

The NTFS partition is hibernated. Please resume Windows and turned it

off properly, so mounting could be done safely.” ExitCode = 1

Specifically, note how it talks about being “hibernated” even though you properly shut down the VM. Windows 10, in an effort to be helpful, sometimes hibernates instead of shutting down properly, leaving the boot disk in a specific state that NTFS3G won’t touch.

In this case, the user should power on the Gold image again and run following command to simply turn off hibernation:

powercfg -h off

With hibernation disabled, Windows will have to shut down properly, allowing us to import. Try to import it again.

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How to Use the Citrix Symbol Server to Obtain Debug Symbols

Citrix provides symbol packages in the form of .zip files for the initial releases of XenApp as well as each hotfix rollup pack. For further information, refer to the Symbol Files Location section of the respective hotfix rollup pack download page.

Checksum warning messages like the following are common when analyzing dump files:

*** WARNING: Unable to verify checksum for binary.exe

These warnings occur when the debugger cannot verify if the symbols match the binary. This is a common warning when debugging a mini dump from a system that does not have the software that includes the binary installed. Possible workarounds include setting the image file search path in the debugger to a directory that includes the binary mentioned in the warning or performing the debug directly from a system with the software installed. See the sections titled, “Verifying Symbols,” and, “Executable Image Path,” in the Debugging Tools for Windows help file for more information.

To report problems with the Citrix Symbol Server, send an email to symsrv@citrix.com and provide the following information:

Note: Enable noisy symbol loading with the !sym noisy command before performing these steps.

  • The output of the version command.

  • The output of the .sympath command.

  • The output of the .reload /f command and the command that is failing. Ensure to enable noisy symbol loading ( see Step 1) before performing this step.

  • The output for the lmv command.

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Valid Policy “Delivery Group Type” Filter Options For XenApp and XenDesktop

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