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MFCOM to PowerShell: How to Make the Transition

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MFCOM has been the de facto standard for programmatically interfacing with Citrix XenApp. Whether you wanted to write a simple script or develop an application that interfaced with XenApp, MFCOM was the answer. Now, Citrix is committed to building their management architecture on PowerShell--not just for XenApp, but for all Citrix products. That's great news for standardization across platforms and aligning with Microsoft on using PowerShell for management architectures. Now, the question is how do... [Read More]

Digging in to Citrix Configuration Logging – Part 1

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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. [Read More]

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 [Read More]
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