Change Time manually on NetScaler To change time and date on NetScaler, run the below command on NetScaler putty shell.
1 date +val YYMMDDHHMM where:
YY = Year
MM = Month
DD = Day
HH = Hour
MM = Minutes
Example" date +val 2208011111. This will set time as august 1st 2022.
Issue On newer netscaler machines, if you run above command, post reboot, time will change automatically. This is tested on NetScaler 13.
When configuring citrix gateway page, after entering credentials, it redirects back to login page. This happens continously.
To resolve this issue,
Open storefront console, and click manage receiver for websites. Check session policy timeout value.
use that same value in Gateway – Virtual server – Session policy – Edit session profile – Client experience – Session timeout option.
Also check in Citrix Gateway – Global Settings – Change Gloabl Settings – Client Experience – Session TIme-out (mins).
Issue When users connecting to applications from XenApp 6.5 (or less) version, randomly few users might get the error, The task you are trying to do can’t be completed because Remote Desktop Services is currently busy. Please try again in a few minutes. Other users should still be able to log on. No matter how many times that user connects to the application, they will still get same error. When Citrix admins try to logoff that session, it will not logoff.
This article explains the steps on how to login to netscaler using userPrincipalName instead of samAccountName or both at same time. If you follow these steps you can use sAMAccountName and userPrincipalName at Same Time for User Logon with Active Directory.
Configuration By default when you configure netscaler gateway, you would configure it to use userid which is samAccountName. Users enter their userid (like john.doe) and login to netscaler gateway. In this case, you will create an LDAP server with samAccountName as shown below.
Nuget error Have you ever tried to install a module through PowerShell? If yes, then you might have read or faced below error: PackageManagement\Get-PackageProvider : Unable to find package provider ‘NuGet imported yet. Try ‘Get-PackageProvider -ListAvailable’
Solution To solve this issue, open elevated PowerShell console and run the below command:
[Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12
Next install Nuget packageprovider with the below command.
Install-PackageProvider -Name NuGet
Finally, run the install module command with the powershell vendor module you’d like to install.
We call these metrics “The Five Ls”:
Launches Logon Times Load Times Latency ChanneL (Yes, including Channels is cheating, but mnemonics are worth it!) In this blog post, we’ll discuss how the Five Ls impact the performance and delivery of your Citrix applications and what actions you should take to improve performance in those areas. Special thanks to Ken Avram who originally compiled this content!
Wire data analysis can provide you with real-time information about “the 5 Ls.
Starting from XenApp/XenDesktop 7.x we have maintenance mode option on the Citrix app servers directly. We can turn on or off the maintenance mode on the servers which will only disable Citrix sessions on those servers. RDP connection will still work on the faulty app server. In XenApp 6.5 appcenter, we can only disable logons to the servers which will also disable RDP access to the server. Using load evaluator, we can come around this issue and disable only Citrix logins, while making sure that RDP still works.
Citrix Logon Process
XenDesktop 5 Logon Process
XenDesktop 5 FAQ
Best Practice XenDesktop with PVS
XenDesktop 5 Reference Architecture
Monitoring Citrix Infrastructure
Operations Guide- Monitoring
Communication ports used by Citrix Technologies
Upgrade to XenApp 6
XenApp 5 Plugin for Hosted Apps
INI(ICA) File Reference document
Citrix XenApp FAQ
Citrix Product Definitions
XA - Windows 2008 R2 Optimization Guide_Final
Have you configured raspberry pi in your environment? If yes, have you ever felt that it is very slow or not responding at all? I’ve had the same problem and I’ve fixed it. Read more to find the solutions that I’ve used to fix it.
I have been using raspberry pi from last 3 years with sandisk 32 GB SD card. If you’re using raspberrypi you already know by now, they don’t sell charging socket separately.
Issue: We had to reboot our ADC. We were not able to save the configuration both from GUI and command line in ADC. We did a force reboot. When powering on, we observed lot of license related errors like “The license info cannot be fetched” " No licenses were found" etc.. But after logging in, we were able to see the license file. After netscaler is powered on, we were not able to login through GUI and ssh.