Citrix has released a new KB article which clearly describes how to check whether Citrix Universal Print Server has been installed and enabled correclty on your XenApp 6.5 HRP01 environment.
- The Universal Print Server feature comprises a client component – Universal Print Client (UPClient) that needs to be installed on the XenApp server along with Hotfix Rollup Pack 1 (HRP01) that provides the necessary updates implementing support for the UPS. When installed, the two items will appear in the installed programs list in the server Control Panel->Programs->Programs and Features Continue reading “How to check if Citrix UPS is installed and enabled on XenApp 6.5”
UPMConfigCheck is a PowerShell script that examines a live Profile management system and determines whether it is optimally configured.
UPMConfigCheck requires PowerShell 2. UPMConfigCheck is designed to run on XenApp servers and on XenDesktop virtual desktops with Profile management installed. Supported operating systems are the same as for Profile management.
• Windows XP
• Windows Vista
• Windows 7
• Windows Server 2003
• Windows Server 2008 / Windows Server 2008 R2
32-bit and 64-bit operating system versions, where available, are supported.
The UPMConfigCheck tool is supplied in a zipped archive. Extract the contents of the file to a temporary folder on the machine under test. Continue reading “Profile Management Configuration Check Tool”
Q: How can I check if my system is up to date and the two required hotfixes are installed?
A: In XenCenter, select a Pool, and then click the General tab. If the hotfixes are installed – they will be listed in the Updates section as shown below:
Q: XenCenter shows that the hotfixes are not installed, what should I do to bring my system up to date?
A: You will need to install two hotfixes. Refer to CTX132823 – Hotfix XS602E001 – For XenServer 6.0.2 and CTX132824 – Hotfix XS602E002 – For XenServer 6.0.2 and for more details.
Continue reading “FAQ Re-release XenServer 6.0.2”
If you want to install Hyper-V on your server then you can download a little tool called Securable to check if your hardware is compatible for using and starting Hyper-V Virtual Machines.