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Citrix XenDesktop Cookbook-Third Edition

By : Gaspare Silvestri
Book Image

Citrix XenDesktop Cookbook-Third Edition

By: Gaspare Silvestri

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (18 chapters)
Citrix XenDesktop Cookbook Third Edition
About the Author
About the Reviewers


In the first two chapters, we installed and configured important infrastructural components such as database servers, XenDesktop components, and Hypervisor servers for virtual machine creation and provisioning. Now, it is time to put aside this class of elements for a while, and concentrate on our activities on the desktop client components.

End users will interact only with Windows desktops, and not with architectural components shown earlier, so you toned to take care during the configuration process of the virtual desktops, in terms of building a desktop image, optimization, and tuning.

Most of your client's activities will be based on policy usage and optimization, to obtain a high-level user experience, without losing agility, performance, and security.