XenApp 6.0 Delivery Console Policies

In XenAPP 6 is there a way I can make a copy / clone of an existing Delivery Console Policy so I can use it as a base for a new policy?
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Carl WebsterCitrix Technology Professional - FellowCommented:
I just did that with PowerShell and it is VERY VERY VERY SLOW.

Carl WebsterCitrix Technology Professional - FellowCommented:
How to import and export policies:


compdigit44Author Commented:
Is it best to create a new workgroup for xenapp server that will be hosting publishe desktop and seperate them from my xenapp hosted app work groups
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Carl WebsterCitrix Technology Professional - FellowCommented:
compdigit44 did you mean WorkerGroup?
CarlWebster - I think he does

Compdigit44 - I'm currently working on an environment that does just that (I didn't build it).  I've been a believer of only segment out your applications to different servers when it is technically required and use good load evaluators.  

I would consider these as good reasons to separate (silo) applications (this is not an exhaustive list, but is the most common).
1. DLL Conflicts - If you have multiple installs that require completely different DLL versions and streaming/isolation isn't a good option.
2. Need multiple installs of the application, but the app doesn't allow it
3. Apps with *heavy* resource needs - basically if the app can easily bog down an entire server.. keeping it separate spares your desktop users the headache.
4. Apps with security/functionality wholes that expose parts parts of the system that shouldn't be (unusual, but it does happen).
5. Different domains for users

So -- in short, I try not to segment them without a good cause.  To me, it causes more profile issues, compatibility issues, delays for the users, etc.  


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Carl WebsterCitrix Technology Professional - FellowCommented:
and with application silos, you can't use session sharing.
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