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Hello,

we have a Citrix Infrastructure with XenApp, XenDesktop and Provisioning Server. We all want to migrate their Databases to a new SQL Server.

Can someone explain to me what should ne done to get this on the run. I know that something must be done i the dsn file in the citrix infrastructure folder. But can someone explain to me the complete thing please and how i can find out which service is using which db. Again we want to migrate only the database to another SQL Server.

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Thanks but this is for Xenapp is it the same procedure for XenDesktop and PVS and do I need to create the db on the target server by myself or is it part of the migration process. I got to create the dns by myself correct ? But the database is migrated automaticly ?

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