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Looking to document common issues in a Xen Desktop Environment

Posted on 2012-03-09
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The environment is as follows:

Vmware ESXi4 installed on bare metal. Windows 2008 R2 installed as a VM. XenDesktop Environment installed along with Citrix Provisioning Services to deploy Windows Xp SP3 VPC images for use by the end users.

What we are looking for is a list of common issues that occur in such an environment.
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Main issues in a XenDesktop environment integrated with Provisioning server:

1- Provisioning server and antivirus scanning
2- AD machine account password policy not configured (machine account password changes not disabled)
3- VM machines not mapped to AD names

A very good presentation (& video) which has a section about the common issues and troubleshooting can be found in this link:

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX125180
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