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How we can update all Master images and Catalogs at once.

Murty M
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Single Master Image is available in 50 Hyper-V Clusters. I copied this Master Image (exported and imported) in all other Hyper-V Clusters to maintain unique Image.

We will have 50 Catalogs created by using MCS. How we can update all Master images and Catalogs at once.

Master Image 1809 Windows10
Citrix 7.15 LTSR
SCVMM 2016 Hyper-V Cluster
Dow we have any Third-party tools or any Automate scripts?
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Olivier MARCHETTACitrix Support and Infrastructure Engineer
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THe best solution would be to share your storage with the 50 clusters so you keep only 1 image to update.
Instead of making 50 copies.
You could update the Master image and use a replication system to propagate your change to the copies, and initiate a catalogue update for each.

But this is not the best solution. The best one is to use make your storage containing the unique master image visible to all clusters.

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All Clusters having local storage, we don't have shared storage, Hyper-V VM replication need shared network,  One Cluster another Cluster network is not same, using /23 subnets

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Any Update?
Citrix Support and Infrastructure Engineer
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This one is on us!
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