Digging in to Citrix Configuration Logging: Setting up the Database

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This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Digging in to Citrix Configuration Logging

This is the second part in a series on Citrix XenApp Configuration Logging. When Citrix XenApp Configuration Logging is enabled, all changes are written to a back end database. In this part, we will look at the details of how to create the database, logins, and users.

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Digging in to Citrix Configuration Logging – Part 1

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This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Digging in to Citrix Configuration Logging

This is the first part in a series on Citrix XenApp Configuration Logging. Citrix XenApp Configuration Logging helps keep track of changes made to your server farm. This feature can tell you what changes were made to your server farm, when they were made, and who made them. Part 1 in this series will further define where changes are logged and how the changes are logged.

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My other Blogs

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When I first started this site, it was my goal to write technical articles and have a platform to distribute custom written software. I think I have kept true to that, but that makes for sparse updates. What you may or may not know is that I do contribute to 2 other blogs out there on a more regular basis

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How to Save Web Interface Usernames in a Cookie

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In the article titled “How to Enable AutoComplete for Web Interface Logon”, I explained how to enable the AutoComplete functionality of web browsers in order to save usernames and/or passwords for Citrix Web Interface. As the article explained, there are a lot of moving parts to the solution such as web browser settings, Protected Storage, JavaScript workarounds, etc. In this article, I will explain how to accomplish something similar by using cookies to remember the last username entered for Web Interface.

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How to Enable AutoComplete for Web Interface Logon

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The logon page for Citrix Web Interface explicitly disables the web browser functionality of saving form data. But, what if you want to let your users save their username (especially if they have a particularly long UPN)? This article will show you how to re-enable this functionality for both Web Interface 4.x and 5.x.

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Citrix turns 20

Citrix turns 20 today. In this post, I will tell you how I got introduced to Citrix several years ago.

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Web Interface for Resource Manager is Dead

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I have gotten several comments (online and offline) and emails asking about future developments surrounding Web Interface for Resource Manager. Well, Web Interface for Resource Manager as you know today is officially dead. There are actually several reasons for this. Read on for more information…

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Silverlight Web Interface Sneak Peak

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What do you get when you combine Citrix Web Interface, Microsoft Silverlight, and AJAX? You get my latest Web Interface modification. Read on to find out more…

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Template updates for Citrix Web Interface 4.6

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Two of my most popular posts (“Super Easy Customization of Citrix Web Interface 4.x” and the “Citrix Web Interface SharePoint Look and Feel Template” download) have been updated to include support for Citrix Web Interface 4.6.

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Web Interface for Resource Manager 3.0 Architecture Update

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When the Web Interface for Resource Manger Roadmap was posted, I mentioned that Web Interface for Citrix Resource Manager version 3.0 would include a major architectural shift toward a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). This shift is well underway and the purpose of this post is to share some of the progress as well as some of the nuts and bolts behind the architecture.

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Get email alerts for your Citrix PS 4.5 Farm with Project S-Bend

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Project S-Bend fills the gap in Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 Configuration Logging by alerting you via email when changes happen in your farm.

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Project S-Bend Setup Instructions

Project S-Bend sends alerts when changes happen on your Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 farm.

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Script to Manipulate APPSRV.INI

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What happens when you need to make mass changes to APPSRV.INI? Use this script to make changes to your user’s APPSRV.INI file via login script. The script adds or modifies .INI file key/value pairs and sections.

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