With daylight-saving time ends at week’s end (Nov 4 at 2am), we wanted to provide an overview of the issues that can occur with PVS delivered desktops and XenApp servers.
All publicly trusted SSL Certificates issued to internal names and reserved IP addresses will expire by November 1, 2015. In November 2011 the CA/Browser Forum (CA/B) adopted Baseline Requirements for the Issuance and Management of Publicly-Trusted Certificates, which took effect on July 1, 2012.
With Google’s latest Chrome update (April 2015) they have disabled the Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface (NPAPI). This change will have the following effects when accessing a Citrix StoreFront site:
The XenDesktop 7.5 VDA Core Services desktop and all server patches released prior to September 2014 have issues that require an immediate fix. The VDA Core Services patches have a flaw in how they configure the Citrix performance counters. These flaws will prevent tools like Desktop Director HDX monitors (and the HDX Monitor Standalone tool) […]
As you may know, Apple will release the newest version of iOS (iOS8) this week. This event usually translates to a headache day for IT admins as users clog up the business internet links with apple software update traffic. The good news is — there are a couple of ways to manage this.
A text file of nearly 5 million unique Google (firstname.lastname@example.org) accounts was released September 9 on a Russian forum. Reports are still limited, but it appears the accounts (most of Russian origin) were not hacked from Google and instead are a collection of login and password pairs that were phished, virus-captured, and gathered from non-Google sites and sources. Some […]