Citrix Training Package - (with Desktop, Server & App)
Discover how to design, build and manage a Citrix remote desktop environment with this three-course Citrix Training Package.
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- Internet Formation Service
You will be familiarised with the most common Citrix technologies before being taken through advanced techniques involved in efficiently managing Citrix servers. Citrix XenApp 7 • Troubleshooting the Citrix environment and resolving errors. • Enabling and securing web access to published applications and content delivery only the tools users need to be productive. • Deploying printers for use by remote desktop users. • Managing performance and load to ensure a consistent user experience and to reduce resource bottlenecks. • Configuring XenApp policies and sessions to protect applications and data from unauthorised access. • The process of installing and licensing XenApp. • Understanding the Citrix Architecture and how it is best deployed in an enterprise environment. Citrix XenDesktop 7.6 Administration • What virtualisation is and how it can be used within a corporate context. • The concepts behind desktop virtualisation. • How to plan and design a robust XenDesktop infrastructure that can grow and flex with changing business requirements. • The importance of data and network redundancy to ensure consistently smooth operation for a good user experience. • How to automate common XenDesktop tasks using the Powershell scripting language. • Implementing and managing virtual servers and desktops using the HyperV hypervisor. • The build, test and deploy approach to XenDesktop roll-outs and the tasks that need to be completed at each stage. • Installing and administering Internet Formation Service to deploy virtual desktops over the web. Citrux XenServer 6.2 Administration • The fundamental principles behind virtual computing and the use of hypervisors to install and manage servers. • An introduction to the Linux Operating System (OS), including installation in a virtual server environment and the tools required to manage the OS in a networked scenario. • Configuring virtualised storage and networking to maximise availability and share data with authorised users. • Using Powershell to configure virtual servers and networking services from the Linux command line environment. • Building subnets to better manage network resources. • Understanding the components and features common to XenServer systems and how they are configured for real-world deployment. • Troubleshooting and problem solving processes and techniques to keep XenServer systems operating in peak condition.
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