Monthly Archives: June 2014

Maintaining and restoring the XenDesktop 7.5 database

This blog post is inspired by Shaun Wendland’s presentation at Synergy 2014. Since version 7, XenDesktop uses the FlexCast Management Architecture (FMA). FMA replaces Independent Management Architecture (IMA). FMA highly depends on a connection to a SQL database. When the … Continue reading

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Switch a Local profile to Temporary

When building a new (hosted) desktop the question about what profile type to use regularly pops up. The chosen profile type has impact on logon times, performance and manageability. The use of a UEV or UEM tool for profile virtualization … Continue reading

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A closer look at App-V 5 SP2 hotfix 5

Microsoft has released App-V 5 SP2 hotfix 5 on the 13th of June, 6 weeks after the release of hotfix 4. Hotfix 4 contains a couple of new features that customers we’re waiting for for quite some time. Some people … Continue reading

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