Error: The Citrix Desktop Service was refused a connection to the delivery controller ” (IP Address ‘xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx’)

Try to determine which files are taking up disk space. on Identity disk

For access to the junction linked to the Identity Disk volume at C:Program FilesCitrixPvsVmServicePersistedData, you will need to execute the command prompt under the context of the Local System account via PsExec tool

The PsExec tool is available for download at this location

http://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/psexec

Follow these steps to access the Identity disk volume on the VDA:

1. Open elevated command prompt <Run as administrator>

2. execute the command under the context of the Local System account via PsExec:

PSEXEC -i -s cmd.exe

This it to access to the junction linked to the Identity Disk volume

3. Navigate to the root of the junction “PersistedData”, and execute the following command:

DIR /O:S /S > C:{location}Out.txt

4. Open out.txt using Notepad or text editor

5. Check the files taking up the disk space.

6. Move the unwanted files to an alternate location or delete them

Note: You may see .gpf files which shouldn’t be deleted. BrokerAgent.exe writes changed farm policies to %ProgramData%CitrixPvsAgentLocallyPersistedDataBrokerAgentInfo<GUID>.gpf. BrokerAgent.exe then triggers a policy evaluation via CitrixCseClient.dll.

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Event ID 1023 Error: The Citrix Desktop Service was refused a connection to the delivery controller ” (IP Address ‘xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx’). VDAs in Delivery Group losing registration with the Delivery Controllers

Try to determine which files are taking up disk space. on Identity disk

For access to the junction linked to the Identity Disk volume at C:Program FilesCitrixPvsVmServicePersistedData, you will need to execute the command prompt under the context of the Local System account via PsExec tool

The PsExec tool is available for download at this location

http://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/psexec

Follow these steps to access the Identity disk volume on the VDA:

1. Open elevated command prompt <Run as administrator>

2. execute the command under the context of the Local System account via PsExec:

PSEXEC -i -s cmd.exe

This it to access to the junction linked to the Identity Disk volume

3. Navigate to the root of the junction “PersistedData”, and execute the following command:

DIR /O:S /S > C:{location}Out.txt

4. Open out.txt using Notepad or text editor

5. Check the files taking up the disk space.

6. Move the unwanted files to an alternate location or delete them

Note: You may see .gpf files which shouldn’t be deleted. BrokerAgent.exe writes changed farm policies to %ProgramData%CitrixPvsAgentLocallyPersistedDataBrokerAgentInfo<GUID>.gpf. BrokerAgent.exe then triggers a policy evaluation via CitrixCseClient.dll.

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Error when adding a new repository for Websphere Message Broker Toolkit

After adding a new repository, I was asked to upgrade the IBM Installation Manager to Version: 1.8.7. But when I ran the Update the error appears below:

Error during “install” phase:
Failed to extract zip com.ibm.wmbt.VC.install.win32 1.0.0.20091008. File C:Program Files (x86)IBMWMBT700wmbtvcredist_x86.exe already exists.
Deleting files from C:Program Files (x86)IBMWMBT700
Failed to delete C:Program Files (x86)IBMWMBT700jdkjrebinhyprtshim24.dll

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