I have an older version of Citrix running on a Windows 2003 Server in house here that only one user accesses on a daily basis. Over the weekend they received this error when trying to launch a session:
-The system could not log you on due to the following error: Not enough resouces are available to complete the operation. Please try again or consult your system administrator.-
When I was notified of this, I tried to connect from home and didn't even get to the point that I could receive this message.
However, at the same time on the same network I was moving about 500gb of data off of a server to an external drive at the time. Although not on the Citrix server mind you. Could this large amount of data being moved have affected this?
So I logged into the "Citrix Server" as I refer to it and found that it showed the user in question had a session open on the very machine that he received that msg on. Additionally I found that I had left an RDP session open to that same "Citrix Server" on Friday.
I closed the RDP session and the user still couldn't connect. So that apparently wasn't the issue. I was only able to connect them after having rebooted the "Citrix Server".
I'm far from a Citrix expert. Although I reinstalled and configured this after this server crashed, and it works just as the one user wants and expects, I've no clue on where to start with the troubleshooting of this. In the event that it happens again, I'd like to be able to track down the actual cause.
Any of you Citrix guru's have any ideas? Greatly appreciated.