We as Citrites (Citrix employees) are encouraged to write KB articles for the Citrix knowledgebase (support.citrix.com). The following article I’ve written when I came across the issue and saw it wasn’t documented.
When stopping the Stream Service on a given Provisioning Server it can render some (but not all) target devices connected to that particular server unresponsive since the failover to other servers does not occur.
If you look at the stream process log (which can be found on the PVS server in C:ProgramdataCitrixProvisioning Serverlogs), you may find these entries: Continue reading “Stopping PVS Stream Service can Render Target Devices Unresponsive”
Internet Explorer becomes unresponsive when accessing a Flash enabled website from a XenDesktop provisioned Virtual Machine on a Windows 7 endpoint. Windows Application Event log on endpoint shows Event 56, ‘Server-side Flash rendering will be used if available’:
Continue reading “Internet Explorer becomes unresponsive on provisioned Virtual Machine”
If the Provisioning Services network stack Citrix Network Stack is bound to NIC, which is not used for the Provisioning Services, in rare cases this causes Network unresponsiveness on the NIC. For example, it is not possible to receive the network packet since Citrix Network Stack conflicts with another network intermediate driver.
If you encounter the network unresponsiveness on the NIC which is not used for the Provisioning Services, unbind the Provisioning Services network stack to the NIC using bindcfg.exe.
- Start the target device with Private Image Mode.
- Run bindcfg.exe, which is located in the installation directory.
Thomas Poppelgaard has published a few articles about Citrix products which I wanted to share with you. All credit goes to Thomas for writing and publishing his findings. Continue reading “Various citrix articles from Thomas Poppelgaard”