Getting Started with XenDesktop 7.x
|Published:||Apr 22 2014|
|Posted:||Nov 19 2014|
|Book size:||12.28 MB|
Deliver desktops and applications to your end users, anywhere, anytime, with XenDesktop7.x Overview Build a complete and secure XenDesktop 7 site from the ground up. Discover how to virtualize and deliver accessible desktops and applications to your end users. Full of clear, step-by-step instructions with screenshots, which will walk you through the entire process of XenDesktop site creation. In Detail Citrix is an established name in today's Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) era by virtue of their desktop and application virtualization platforms, with the capability to assign applications and contents in a secure manner. Getting Started with XenDesktop 7.x provides the best way to learn how to build your own virtual desktop and application Site. You may not have a lot of time to read the Citrix documentation, or attend a class, so this step-by-step guide is distilled into fast, concise chapters to quickly lead you through all of the important information to get your XenDesktop 7.x deployment done. What you will learn from this book Create a completely functioning VDI implementation Manage XenDesktop using Studio, including machine catalogs, delivery groups, and Personal vDisks Customize user sessions using policies Learn how printing and USB redirection work and how to configure them Explore High Definition User Experience (HDX) and how it affects usability Deliver virtual applications with VM hosted apps Plug in to the different XenDesktop services using the XenDesktop SDK Use the Citrix Receiver to receive and run the virtual desktop on the client device Manage and monitor XenDesktop using Studio and Director Secure the XenDesktop Site using the NetScaler Gateway Build and deliver VDI from the cloud Approach This is a step-by-step, task-based, practical guide to learning and getting your basic XenDesktop 7.x site up and running. It is fast, easy, and makes learning desktop and application virtualization simple.
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