Book Review: Citrix XenMobile Device Management

2147ENI had the opportunity to review this book published by Packt Publishing and written by Akash Phoenix.

I have no affiliation with either the author nor Packt publishing.

This book takes you through the installation and configuration of all necessary products and explains it in simple layman’s terms(with pictures and clear text). Configuring NetScaler, licensing and certificates are discussed. Also some really basic troubleshooting steps are provided in the small but very easy to read book.

What I miss in this book is an in depth approach to all the features XenMobile has to offer. Troubleshooting chapter (1 page) is really basic and doesn’t provide anything you really need to check when the *@# hits the fan….

If you don’t have any understanding of Citrix XenMobile Device Management this is a must have to start with. Every step is clearly explained and detailed what to configure. For the more experienced Citrix XenMobile admin this book can be too easy and misses the depth for configuring and advanced troubleshooting of this great product.

ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) Hotfix 960279-2

ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) Hotfix 960279-2 is now available. This release is a re-post of ePO Hotfix 960279, and addresses an installation issue for 5.x customers who migrated directly from ePO 4.x installations on Windows 32-bit, or had been installed to a custom location under the 64-bit Windows C:Program Files… directory.

To download Hotfix 960279-2, go to the McAfee downloads site below and look for

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Book review Citrix XenDesktop 7 cookbook

7463EN_Citrix Cover.jpgPackt publishing contacted me recently to review a new book they published on Citrix XenDesktop 7.

Gaspare A. Silvestri has written this book and does explain all the various settings and features of XenDesktop 7. Even if you aren’t experienced with this product he will guide you through this one and keep you interested in knowing more about this product.

As you all know I’m a great fan of using screenshot to enhance the readability of a document/post or book. Gaspare does this also in this book and it makes it easier to read and even helps you in where you can find certain settings.

If you don’t have this book yet, I would recommend it to add this to your bookshelf and read it.

Hope you find this review usefull.

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