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Send Citrix Execs to “the Slammer” to Help Fight Leukemia & Lymphoma

Citrix employee blogs - Wed, 03/07/2018 - 16:00
What do you get when you throw Citrix executives in jail? You get some very unhappy Citrix executives. But you also get the “Citrix Most Wanted” fundraising event benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Light the Night Walk.

On …

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From SD-WAN to Secure Multi-Cloud

Citrix employee blogs - Wed, 03/07/2018 - 15:00

If you haven’t already noticed, the workspace of tomorrow looks very different from the workspace of 20 years ago. Desktops have given way to laptops, smartphones, and tablets; data is increasingly stored in remote locations and in the cloud, and …

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Shared Computer Activation & Roaming Tokens

Citrix employee blogs - Wed, 03/07/2018 - 13:08

“Don’t bogart that token, my friend.”

Have you ever walked in on a couple of people in mid-conversation and what they were talking about was so interesting that you just had to lean in and listen? Today’s episode of …   Related Stories
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Unrivaled User Experience, Simple Migration with Liquidware & Citrix XenDesktop

Citrix employee blogs - Wed, 03/07/2018 - 02:21
This blog post was written by Jason E. Smith – VP Products, Liquidware, a Citrix Ready Partner Hospital Leverages Liquidware to Transition 100 XenApp Servers and 8,000 Citrix XenDesktop users from Windows Server 2008r2 to Latest Citrix XenDesktop on Server …   Related Stories
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All New Citrix Ready CSP Program Launches Today!

Citrix employee blogs - Tue, 03/06/2018 - 17:00
At Summit 2018, we announced a new, exciting enhancement to the Citrix Service Provider Program – the Citrix Ready CSP Program. Today, we’re officially launching the program and bringing the power of Citrix Ready to CSPs.

Now, you will be …

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The Way We Work: How Cloud Services Are Transforming IT at Citrix

Citrix employee blogs - Tue, 03/06/2018 - 15:00
Many of our customers look to Citrix for guidance on how to embrace the transformative power of cloud services. Because it’s helpful to learn how other organizations have made this transition, I’ve been I interviewing Citrix leaders across the company …   Related Stories
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Introducing Citrix XenApp Service: The Simplest Way to Move to a Hybrid Cloud Solution

Citrix employee blogs - Tue, 03/06/2018 - 13:00
At Citrix, we understand that cloud transformation doesn’t happen overnight. Moving to the cloud is a journey and customers must go at their own business pace. We also recognize that making the transition from traditional software-based XenApp and XenDesktop to …   Related Stories
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What Sort of Treats Will You Find Inside of Citrix Receiver for Windows 4.11?

Citrix employee blogs - Tue, 03/06/2018 - 11:00
The newest release of Citrix Receiver for Windows — v4.11 — is live and we have a few surprises in store for you. In addition to the regular quality enhancements related to performance, stability and features, you’ll find some Easter …   Related Stories
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Securing the Patient’s Digital Perimeter

Citrix employee blogs - Mon, 03/05/2018 - 21:45

This post has optional musical accompaniment for your listening pleasure.

Once upon a time, in a hospital far, far away, a doctor sat at his desk, mulling over medical files and dictating notes into a “dictaphone.” He stubbed out his …

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Introducing QwickACCESS for Citrix XenDesktop on Chrome OS!

Citrix employee blogs - Mon, 03/05/2018 - 19:00
Streamlined data access makes life better for healthcare professionals: Introducing QwickACCESS for Citrix XenDesktop on Chrome OS

In healthcare, every second counts, which means the faster clinicians can access their workspace, the more time they can focus on patient care. …

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Making the World More Secure, One Browser at a Time!

Citrix employee blogs - Mon, 03/05/2018 - 17:00

It’s the moment we have all been waiting for (well, at least the moment I have been looking forward to!) for quite some time.

Today marks the general availability of the Citrix Secure Browser Standard Service, which makes the …   Related Stories
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Common Criteria – XenApp and XenDesktop 7.15 Certified

Citrix employee blogs - Mon, 03/05/2018 - 13:31
Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop have achieved Common Criteria Certification for the 7.15 release.

In September, we were officially “in evaluation” for Common Criteria. Today, I have the distinct pleasure of announcing that the testing is complete and XenApp and

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Citrix Joins Forces with Microsoft SA, To Accelerate Business to the Cloud

Citrix employee blogs - Mon, 03/05/2018 - 12:07
Last year, Microsoft unveiled its plans to launch Azure data centres in South Africa, allowing SA businesses to manage applications and services through a local network of Microsoft-managed data centres. This will encourage greater adoption of cloud-based workspaces as the …   Related Stories
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DHCP – Activate Filter “Allow” & import MAC address from SCCM by WMI request

Archy.net - Tue, 08/29/2017 - 12:08

Hello folks,
Recently, i have post a script to interroge SCCM and find the MAC address informations. In this post, i show you how activate DHCP Filter “Allow” to protect your DHCP delivery lease to deny access to your network (i know, there is NAP or NAC but, it is a simple way to block the issuance of a DHCP lease).

Prerequirements

First, you need to create a Active Directory user and give to this account rights “DHCP Administrator”.

In SCCM console, add this users to group “Read-only Analyst” .

Activate filter “Allow” on DHCP server

Connect to your DHCP Server and open the management consoleOn the IPV4 tab, open the drop-down menu, and then select the “Filters” option and right-click the “Allow” folder and select “Enable”.

From now, the DHCP server no longer delivers leases.

On the DHCP Server, launch this script for retreive and add the MAC Address informations from SCCM Server to filter list “Allow”.

Source code   # Connection information $SiteName = "FR1" $ServerSite = "sccm" # WMI Request $ImportSCCM = $(Get-WmiObject -Class SMS_R_SYSTEM -Namespace "root\sms\site_$SiteName" -computerName $ServerSite) # Create collection $Mycoll = @() foreach ($obj in $ImportSCCM) { Write-Host $obj.NetbiosName $obj.MACAddresses $obj.OperatingSystemNameandVersion $Mydetails = "" | Select-Object PCName, MacAddress, OS If ($([String]$obj.MACAddresses) -eq "") { $Mydetails.PCName = $obj.NetbiosName $Mydetails.MacAddress = "Nul" $Mydetails.OS = $obj.OperatingSystemNameandVersion } Else { $Mydetails.PCName = $obj.NetbiosName $Mydetails.MacAddress = [String]$obj.MACAddresses -replace ":","-" $Mydetails.OS = $obj.OperatingSystemNameandVersion } $Mycoll += $Mydetails } #Add MacAddress into DHCP Filter foreach ($objects in $Mycoll) { Add-DhcpServerv4Filter -List Allow -MacAddress $objects.MacAddress -Description $objects.PCName -Confirm:$false -Force -Verbose } # Remove Obsolete entries Compare-Object $(($Mycoll | Select-Object MacAddress).MacAddress) $(Get-DhcpServerv4Filter -ComputerName $DHCPServer -List Allow | Select-Object MacAddress).MacAddress -IncludeEqual | % { if ($_.SideIndicator -eq "=>") { Remove-DhcpServerv4Filter -ComputerName $DHCPServer -MacAddress $_.InputObject -Confirm:$false -Verbose } }

When the script is finished, you can see into the management console of DHCP Server, the entries are add into the “Allow” list.

The DHCP server correctly delivers the lease of the device whose MAC Address is allowed.

 

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SCCM – Find Devices MAC Address

Archy.net - Fri, 08/25/2017 - 12:56

Hello Folks,

This week I needed to export from SCCM, the devices name and MAC Address to a CSV file.

I need this file to create green list into DHCP server. The Green list give permission to have a lease from DHCP server. I will speak of this subject in a futur post.

To find informations on devices into SCCM, we can work with WMI Class of SCCM. This script is based on WMI request.

Source code   $SiteName = "FR1" $ServerSite = "sccm" $Mycoll = @() foreach ($obj in (Get-WmiObject -Class SMS_R_SYSTEM -Namespace "root\sms\site_$SiteName" -computerName $ServerSite)) { Write-Host $obj.NetbiosName $obj.MACAddresses $obj.OperatingSystemNameandVersion $Mydetails = "" | Select-Object PCName, MacAddress, OS If ($([String]$obj.MACAddresses) -eq "") { $Mydetails.PCName = $obj.NetbiosName $Mydetails.MacAddress = "Nul" $Mydetails.OS = $obj.OperatingSystemNameandVersion } Else { $Mydetails.PCName = $obj.NetbiosName $Mydetails.MacAddress = [String]$obj.MACAddresses $Mydetails.OS = $obj.OperatingSystemNameandVersion } $Mycoll += $Mydetails } $Mycoll | Out-GridView

 

 

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FCUGC – 3ème edition

Archy.net - Sat, 04/29/2017 - 07:54

FCUGC Rencontre du 3eme type !

Pour sa troisième rencontre, le French Citrix User Group Community (FCUGC) lâche l’ancre au 47 Quai de la Tournelle 75005 Paris – Péniche Henjo – pour une soirée de discussion sur des sujets autour de Citrix avec le partenaire de cet évènement, NUTANIX

 

La soirée sera composée de 3 présentations suivies d’un échange autours de 2 ou 3 sujets comme nous avons maintenant pris l’habitude de faire.

La communauté est un excellent moyen pour se lancer dans des présentations, le public est ouvert et tous les échanges sont constructifs, si tu veux te lancer, c’est le moment ! Donc tu souhaites présenter lors de cet évènement, prends contact avec Samuel Legrand ou moi même ! (formulaire de contact, email, twitter, téléphone, bref, tu trouveras un moyen de nous joindre)

A bientôt !

Pour s’inscrire, clique sur l’image :

Encore un merci aux précédents sponsors des deux précédentes éditions :

Control UP et Activlan

 

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Block Windows XP using selective Ciphers on Citrix NetScaler

Henny Louwers Blog - Tue, 05/06/2014 - 09:48
As you probably know Windows XP is no longer being supported by Microsoft. No (security) updates will be made available for Windows XP making it possibly vulnerable for future exploits. As an organization you will have to decide what you are going to do about these (probably unmanaged) Windows XP workplaces. There will still be […]
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