On December 18, Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (CVAD) version 1912 was released. Following a little guide to the update to the latest version.Continue reading “Update to Virtual Apps and Desktops Version 1912 LTSR”
The new Long Term Service Release of Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops is now available. It contains many new features compared to the last Current Release and of course more regarding the last LTSR.
The following new features have been added compared to the last current release.Continue reading “Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7 1912 LTSR is out now”
Recently, I have been involved more and more in projects where Office365 is to be fully implemented in Citrix environments. This means that the customer not only needs the standard Office applications Outlook, Excel and Word, but also wants to use teams and OneDrive.
But this is exactly where we, without additional software, have big problems in non-persistent desktop environments. For example with our profiles (Team Installer stores its data in the profile) or so that the data is downloaded from the Internet every time (excluding OneDrive Sync data in the profile).
However, we have recently been in the fortunate position of being able to use FSLogix “free of charge” for this purpose, if we meet the following requirements:
- Microsoft 365 E3/E5
- Microsoft 365 A3/A5/ Student Use Benefits
- Microsoft 365 F1
- Microsoft 365 Business
- Windows 10 Enterprise E3/E5
- Windows 10 Education A3/A5
- Windows 10 VDA per user
- Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Client Access License (CAL)
- Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Subscriber Access License (SAL)
On September 19, Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (CVAD) version 1909 was released. Following a little guide to the update to the latest version.Continue reading “Update to Virtual Apps and Desktops Version 1909”
For quite some time (Beginning of 2017) it is now possible to solve SSO scenarios with Azure even without ADFS infrastructure. However, it is only recently that companies has started to not insist on ADFS. Now one may finally also point out the alternative solutions of Microsoft.
The possible scenarios for Seamless SSO are:
- Pass-through authentication (PTA)
- Password Hash Sync (PHS)
Pass-through authentication (PTA)
- No automatic detection of leaked login data
- Azure AD DS requires enabled Password Hash Synchronization feature in tenant to work
- Is not part of Azure AD Connect Health
Password Hash Sync (PHS)
- Password is synchronized to the cloud (as hash value)