Error: “pluginlist.xml file is tampered, or NetScaler version is older” on NetScaler Gateway Configured with EPA

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ViPR SRM – UCS Manager Power Consumption report doesn’t report any data

Article Number: 499981Article Version: 3 Article Type: Break Fix



ViPR SRM,ViPR SRM 3.7

Cisco UCS were not reporting in the report library and test button was failing intermittently for the cisco ucs.

Customer is seeing 40 connections to the UCS and are all staying active. The connections are not being dropped and the customer stops collecting data. We cleared the connections and the data started to flow. But once it hit 40 connections they stopped collecting data.

We are running versions 2.2.6e and 2.2.8f. 2.2.8f will be in all environments over the next couple months and it is the version running in the lab.

In this case Cisco logs were not provided, although not indicative of every instance, ultimately, uninstalling and reinstalling the solution pack and re-discovering the Cisco UCS resolved the issue.

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Unity: VVols are delivering poor performance when using the VMware default VM Storage Policy “VVol No Requirments Policy” (User Correctable)

Article Number: 510980Article Version: ## Article Type: Break Fix



Dell EMC Unity Hybrid



Dell EMC Unity 500,Dell EMC Unity Hybrid,Dell EMC Unity 300,Dell EMC Unity 400,Dell EMC Unity 600,Unity Hybrid flash,UnityVSA,UnityVSA Professional Edition,UnityVSA (Virtual Storage Appliance),UnityVSA VVols Edition

When configuring Unity with VVOL, the Performance to the VVol decreases when using the Default VM Storage Policy “VVol No Requirements Policy”

The issue only applies to Hybrid Array with multiple tiers.

The VMware VVol Default policy should provide Optimum storage Placement. However, using this policy results in “lowest available Tier”. Therefore all VVol data is set to the slowest storage tier, resulting in overutilizing this drives and poor performance.

The issue is under Investigation. This KB will updated as soon a fix is available.

Fix:

KB will be updated once a fix is available.

Workaround:

Please always create an own VM Storage Policy and assign it to the VVol.

For guidance please follow the VMware documentation:

https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-vSphere/6.0/com.vmware.vsphere.storage.doc/GUID-1197DACA-D50E-43EF-B9D9-12FA9ABB2C9C.html

In the rule-set check Storage Type: EMC.UNITY.VVOL

Add the rule “Storage Properties” and select the Options appropriate for your Virtual Machine requirements and applications.

Please remind that the policy is set on the Virtual Machine level.



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Unable to sign in with Apple ID after deploying the iOS Restrictions policy with the Restrict App Usage set to “Only allow some apps”

Citrix Recommendation:

iOS Restriction Policy > Restricted App usage:

If you change this setting to Only allow some apps: Before deploying this policy, advise users of devices enrolled using Apple DEP to sign in to their Apple accounts from the Setup Assistant. Otherwise, users might have to disable two-faction authentication on their devices to sign in to their Apple accounts and access allowed apps. Restrictions device policy – https://docs.citrix.com/en-us/xenmobile/server/policies/restrictions-policy.html#par_anchortitle_e0ce

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Error: “Propagation failed on one or more servers” when you attempt to propagate changes to Storefront Server Group

Consider the following scenario. You have two or more Storefront servers in the Server Group. When you attempt to propagate changes to the Storefront Server Group, it might fail with the error: “Propagation failed on one or more servers” as shown in the screenshot below:

User-added image
Additionally, following events are recorded in Windows Event Viewer during the time of the issue:

Log Name: Citrix Delivery Services

Source: Citrix Configuration Replication Service

Event ID: 31

Description:

An error has occurred during the all server configuration update process.

Citrix.DeliveryServices.ConfigurationReplication.Exceptions.ServerUpdateConfigurationException, Citrix.DeliveryServices.ConfigurationReplication, Version=3.12.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=e8b77d454fa2a856

Could not connect to net.tcp://mt-storefront2/Citrix/ConfigurationReplication. The connection attempt lasted for a time span of 00:00:01.0312588. TCP error code 10061: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it 10.107.226.9:808.

RemoteEndpoint: net.tcp://mt-storefront2/Citrix/ConfigurationReplication


Log Name: Citrix Delivery Services

Source: Citrix Delivery Services Admin

Event ID: 1

Description:

An error occurred running the command: ‘Get-DSClusterConfigurationUpdateState’

Could not connect to net.tcp://mt-storefront2/Citrix/ConfigurationReplication. The connection attempt lasted for a time span of 00:00:01.0309845. TCP error code 10061: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it 10.107.226.9:808.

At C:Program FilesCitrixReceiver StoreFrontManagementCmdletsConfigurationReplicationModule.psm1:114 char:14

+ $state = Get-DSConfigurationReplicationState -Hostname $clusterMemberHostnam …

+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Could not connect to net.tcp://mt-storefront2/Citrix/ConfigurationReplication. The connection attempt lasted for a time span of 00:00:01.0309845. TCP error code 10061: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it 10.107.226.9:808.

Citrix.DeliveryServices.PowerShell.Command.RunnerInterfaces.Exceptions.PowerShellExecutionException, Citrix.DeliveryServices.PowerShell.Command.RunnerInterfaces, Version=3.12.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=e8b77d454fa2a856

An error occurred running the command: ‘Get-DSClusterConfigurationUpdateState’

Could not connect to net.tcp://mt-storefront2/Citrix/ConfigurationReplication. The connection attempt lasted for a time span of 00:00:01.0309845. TCP error code 10061: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it 10.107.226.9:808.

At C:Program FilesCitrixReceiver StoreFrontManagementCmdletsConfigurationReplicationModule.psm1:114 char:14

+ $state = Get-DSConfigurationReplicationState -Hostname $clusterMemberHostnam …

+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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VxRail: VDP registration to vCenter fails with error “Unable to connect to the provided SSO server/port combination”

Article Number:500847

Article Title and Link for Registered Users: VxRail: VDP registration to vCenter fails with error “Unable to connect to the provided SSO server/port combination”

Affected Product(s): VSPEX BLUE Appliance,VxRail Software,VxRail Appliance Family

Article Summary:When deploying VDP in a VxRail environment, the vCenter Registration step fails with the following error: “SSO server test failed. Unable to connect to the provided SSO server/port combination. Please re-check values and try again.”. De-select the checkbox “Use …

Article Last Updated:June 09, 2017

Please note that this abstract is machine-generated. Registered users should click the above link to view the entire knowledge article from Dell EMC Online Support, otherwise please contact Dell EMC Customer Service for further assistance.

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VxRail: VSAN health alarm ‘Limits – After one additional host failure’

Article Number:505973

Article Title and Link for Registered Users: VxRail: VSAN health alarm ‘Limits – After one additional host failure’

Affected Product(s): VxRail Appliance Series

Article Summary:There is yellow exclamation mark on MARVIN-Virtual-SAN cluster, the reported alarm is virtual SAN health alarm ‘Limits – After one additional host failure’. The alarm details, “Checks the Virtual SAN components limits, disk space and RC reservations assuming …

Article Last Updated:October 09, 2017

Please note that this abstract is machine-generated. Registered users should click the above link to view the entire knowledge article from Dell EMC Online Support, otherwise please contact Dell EMC Customer Service for further assistance.

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Trump, no slouch at undermining both, has a foreign enabler. So while his generals, his intelligence chiefs, the Department of Homeland Security and most Republicans in Congress take this threat very seriously, Trump is delighted to surf it. While special counsel Robert Mueller is still sorting out what occurred in 2016, Trump’s tacit acceptance of ongoing Russian threats is every bit as much of a potentially impeachable offense as his initial wink-and-nod understanding with Putin.

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