Read the original at http://appsensebigot.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/improving-appsense-performance-by.html
When running the XenApp Configuration Wizard you may get the following error.
There are many reasons this may occur but I have noticed it always occurs with the latest version of the licensing server 11.10 whether you have specified the correct Product Type or not. The work around for me was to choose “Select the model at a later time”
This will let you complete the wizard. You can then use Citrix policies to set the license server location, port and model type at which point everything works.
If the server is really busy you may be getting load balanced off. This behaviour can be over ridden by setting he appropriate session flag for seamless sessions. The full article is available at http://support.citrix.com/article/ctx101644.
If you are being prompted to save ICA files to disk then Citrix have a support article which may help – http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX804493.
The interesting item here is the one that suggests that the ICA MIME type may need to be added to IIS.
The full collection of daily, weekly, monthly and annual maintenance tasks to perform to ensure smooth running of your Microsoft environment can be found at http://technet.microsoft.com/library/ee923724.aspx
Great resource for everything Hyper-V available at http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/125.aspx
By default when you install a NetScaler or AGEE the admin interface can only be connected to by HTTP. To configure the device to allow you to connect by HTTPS complete the following steps:
1) Connect to the devices configuration utility using a browser
2) Expand the Network node
3) Click on RPC
4) Select the NSIP (NetScaler admin IP Address)
5) Click Open
6) Tick the Secure check box
7) Click OK
Having trouble installing the recently released developer preview on XenServer ?
Thomas Koetzing has the fix on his blog
Create a VM with a Windows 7 template and copy the virtual machine UUID from the general tab in XenCenter or use xe vm-list in the CLI. Next you need to run the command xe vm-param-set uuid=<VMUUID> platform:viridian=false
The installation can the proceed as normal.
Great article from Microsoft on how to calculate page file requirements when you have large amounts of RAM and reduced paging requirements.