Archive for March 6th, 2015

Tip: Fixing HDX3D Pro performance issues with Citrix XenDesktop 7.x and Nividia Grid Cards

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Hi Folks,

if getting performance issues when using HDX 3D Pro together with XenDesktop 7.x and Nvidia Grid Cards you should try the latest XenDesktop Desktop VDA release which is available here.

It doesn’t matter what type of end device is used.

Cheers

Michael

Whitepaper: IGEL Linux and Citrix Storefront Whitepaper has been updated

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Hello Folks,

i updated the Whitepaper how to configure an IGEL Linux based device to work with a Citrix Storefront Server.

It will now also mention the 4.14.100 firmware as supported firmware and regarding some comments from users i’ve added the information that only Base64/PEM certificates will work for none Windows based end devices like the IGEL OS.

The download is available here.

Cheers

Michael

cloud-client.info will discontinue support for current IGEL Hardware and will add Google ChromeOS

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Hi Folks,

rearding the fact that we doesn’t have any current IGEL Hardware like the new UD6 or UD3 we will not provide any information’s or faq’s for these devices in the future and all related hardware whitepaper’s are discontinued. Please do not contact us if you have questions related to these devices because it’s not serious to provide information’s or help without any way to reproduce.

We’re also currently investigating ¬†the Google ChromeOS to put some attention on this OS. Citrix has announced a partnership with Google and also Clients from VMWare and 2X are available incl. a management solution; so this one could be an intresting cloud client OS for road workers. For us important are the limitations and differences between the ChromeOS clients and the Windows/Linux/MacOSX clients. If you have already some experience with the Chrome OS we will be happy if you share some daily use experience with us incl. how updates are handled thru the different hardware vendor’s (the main gap for Google’s Android OS).

Cheers

Michael