Posts Tagged ‘SQL’

Using PowerShell to Retrieve Citrix Monitor Data via OData

Starting with XenDesktop 7, Citrix stores the data the Desktop Director displays in a SQL database. Citrix opened up this data via a Monitor Service API that uses OData.  I’m not going to go deep into the details of the … Continue reading

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Citrix Acquires Cloud Control Panel Company EMS Cortex

Citrix acquired EMS Cortex – a cloud control panel company. This web-based control panel allows for provisioning of a multitude of resources including Microsoft Exchange, Citrix XenApp, Microsoft SharePoint, DNS, SQL, Hyper-V, and more.

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Digging in to Citrix Configuration Logging: Exploring the Database

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

This is the fifth part in a series on Citrix XenApp Configuration Logging. This part will focus on the database schema, the information contained in the database, and how to decode certain parts of the data.

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Digging in to Citrix Configuration Logging: Setting up the Citrix XenApp farm for Configuration Logging

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This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Digging in to Citrix Configuration Logging

This is the third part in a series on Citrix XenApp Configuration Logging. This part will show you how to configure your Citrix XenApp farm for Configuration Logging, what all the settings mean, what happens when you configure your farm for logging, what happens when things go wrong, and more.

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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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