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(I’m not that full of myself, but I’m pretty happy about this recognition). I’m so happy and humbled to be selected again to participate in the Citrix Technology Advocates program. You can read more about the program here. You should also check out all the awardees here. Thanks for reading, Alain Advertisements
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Intro Another season, another WEM version. The version numbering system in now in line with other newly released Citrix products. This version is 1811. You can now download the new version here (requires Platinum licenses and login to Citrix.com). I’ve provided the release notes below. I also have it on good authority that Citrix added […]
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Intro Fall, my favorite time of year. More so now that Citrix has released the next version of WEM. The version numbering system in now in line with other newly released Citrix products. This version is 1808. You can now download the new version here (requires Platinum licenses and login to Citrix.com). I’ve provided the […]
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Intro I’ve been hesitant to dive into XenServer PowerShell cmdlets, but there no rational reason to not do it. Citrix continues to make great strides in expanding and updating PowerShell for XenServer, PVS, and XenDesktop. Today, we’ll go over a function that queries an array of XenServer Poolmasters and returns the total VM count on […]
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