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Citrix Xenapp/XenDesktop 7.6 MCS issue

Posted on 2015-02-06
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Hi. I installed XA/XD 7.6 and I can publish a  XA server desktop  and applications with MCS . When I try to do that with a Win7(x86) desktop (using XenDesktop MCS, without personal disk) I get the icon on my storefront, but when I click on it just sits there for 5 minutes and then says cannot start the desktop... Does anyone have any ideas of what I am doing wrong or how I can troubleshoot this? Thanks for any help.
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by:Dirk Kotte
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is the VM (the win7 desktop) started at the hypervisor?
Is the win7-VM registered within the controller?
what does the director says? Most errors can be recognized by the director.
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Thanks for the response. In my instance it was DHCP. Once I got the DHCP going, the machines started to work just fine. Thanks.
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Fixed the problem.
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