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Can we still create multiple zones in XenApp 7.6 version

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Hello there,

Can we still create multiple zones in XenApp 7.6 version, meaning can we create multiple zones with shared Datastore as could in XenApp 6.5? Or this feature has been deprecated.

Please advise.

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Thanks @Carl. This means: if we are planning to setup XA7.6 farms in two countries part of the same domain. We will need to have 2xddc, 2x SQL on each datacentre and then just 2x SF servers to failover apps, and we will also need Netscaler GSLB.

Is my understanding correct?

Please advise.
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