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Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop 7.6

Batch: 5 Full Days Batch ( Only on Week-end )

  • Batch  Dates : 30th & 31st July, 5th,6th,7th Aug 2016
  • Timing :  11am to 6 pm
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  • Venue: Itech Connect 214 2nd floor Aurora Tower, East wing, MG Road, Pune 411001

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TRAININGS PROVIDED To Candidates from :

  • TCS,
  • Fujitsu
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  • TATA Elxi
  • IBM
  • Cybage
  • Wipro
  • Capgemini
  • iCapita
  • Oracle
  • Mphasis
  • Atos
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  • KPIT

Detailed Syllabus

  • Module 1: Understanding the Architecture of a XenApp and XenDesktop Solution
  • XenApp or XenDesktop
  • XenApp and XenDesktop Architecture Overview
  • User Layer
  • Citrix Receiver
  • Access Layer
  • Citrix NetScaler
  • Citrix StoreFront
  • Discussion Question
  • Control Layer
  • Delivery Controller
  • Machine Creation Services
  • Citrix Provisioning Services
  • Hypervisor
  • Virtual Delivery Agent
  • Discussion Question
  • Resource Layer
  • Applications
  • Operating System Image
  • Citrix Profile Management
  • Policies
  • Personal vDisk
  • Management Layer
  • Citrix Studio
  • Citrix Director
  • Discussion Question
  • XenApp and XenDesktop Sites
  • Ports
  • New Features
  • Deprecated Features
  • Discussion Question
  • Reinforcement Exercise: XenDesktop 7 Components
  • Module 2: Managing Licenses and Delegating Administration
  • Managing Licenses in Studio
  • Discussion Question
  • Types of Licenses
  • Downloading, Allocating, and Importing a License File
  • To Download, Allocate, and Import a License File
  • Discussion Question
  • Adding a License Administrator
  • To Add a License Administrator
  • Managing Delegated Administration
  • Administrators
  • Roles
  • Scopes
  • To Add an Administrator
  • To Create a Custom Scope Using Studio
  • To Edit a Custom Scope
  • To Create a Custom Role
  • To Edit a Custom Role
  • To Edit an Administrator’s Permissions
  • Running a Delegated Administration Report
  • To Run a Delegated Administration Report
  • Discussion Question
  • Using PowerShell
  • Discussion Question
  • Monitoring Configuration Logs
  • To Display Configuration Log Content
  • To Generate Configuration Log Reports
  • To Change the Configuration Log Settings
  • Discussion Question
  • Troubleshooting: Managing Licenses and Delegated Administration
  • Reinforcement Exercise: Configuring Roles and Scopes
  • Module 3: Managing and Monitoring the Hypervisor
  • Architecture Overview
  • Creating a Virtual Machine from an ISO
  • Creating a Virtual Machine
  • To Create a Virtual Machine From an ISO
  • To Install a Windows OS onto a Virtual Machine
  • Installing XenServer Tools
  • To Install XenServer Tools on a Virtual Machine
  • Generalizing the Virtual Machine
  • To Generalize the Virtual Machine
  • Creating a Template
  • To Create a Template from a Virtual Machine
  • Managing Virtual Machines within a Hypervisor
  • Creating a Virtual Machine
  • To Create a Virtual Machine Using XenCenter
  • Taking a Snapshot
  • To Take a Snapshot in XenCenter
  • Discussion Question
  • Restoring a Virtual Machine From Sysprep
  • To Restore a Virtual Machine from Sysprep
  • Copying a Virtual Machine
  • To Copy a Virtual Machine Using XenCenter
  • Discussion Question
  • Reverting to a Snapshot
  • To Revert to a Snapshot in XenCenter
  • Discussion Question
  • Adjusting Virtual Machine or Template Resources
  • Adding Storage to a Virtual Machine or Template
  • To Add Storage to a Virtual Machine or Template in XenCenter
  • Adjusting the Storage Allocated to a Virtual Machine
  • To Adjust the Storage Allocated to a Virtual Machine in XenCenter
  • Adjusting the Memory Allocated to a Virtual Machine or Template
  • To Adjust Virtual Machine or Template Memory Allocations in XenCenter
  • Adjusting vCPUs Allocated to a Virtual Machine or Template
  • To adjust the vCPUs allocated to a Virtual Machine or Template in XenCenter
  • To Remove a Virtual NIC in XenCenter
  • Managing a Virtual NIC
  • To Remove a Virtual NIC in XenCenter
  • To Add a Virtual NIC in XenCenter
  • To Adjust a Virtual NIC in XenCenter
  • To Activate or Deactivate a Virtual NIC in XenCenter
  • Discussion Question
  • Configuring and Customizing Alerts
  • To Configure and Customize Alerts in XenCenter
  • Discussion Question
  • Troubleshooting: Managing and Monitoring Hypervisors
  • Reinforcement Exercise 1: Creating a Virtual Machine Template
  • Reinforcement Exercise 2: Completing the Setup Process After a Sysprep
  • Module 4: Managing Desktops and Applications
  • Architecture Overview
  • Connecting to Resources
  • Managing Machine Catalogs
  • To Create New Resource Settings
  • Using Machine Creation Services
  • Discussion Question
  • Creating a Machine Catalog for Server Desktops and Hosted Applications
  • Installing the Virtual Delivery Agent
  • To Install and Configure the VDA on a Server OS
  • To Install and Configure the VDA on a Desktop OS
  • Creating a Machine Catalog for Windows Server
  • Using a Virtual IP Address
  • To Create a Server OS Machine Catalog
  • Creating a Machine Catalog for Windows Desktop
  • To Create a Desktop OS Machine Catalog
  • Discussion Question
  • Managing Delivery Groups
  • To Create a Delivery Group for Application Delivery
  • Discussion Question
  • To Create a Delivery Group for Anonymous User Access
  • To Create a Delivery Group for User Desktops
  • Organizing Applications in Folders
  • To Organize Applications in Folders
  • Securing Connections
  • Managing Resources
  • To Add Machines to a Machine Catalog
  • To Perform an Update to the Master Image Virtual Machine
  • To Update the Desktops in a Machine Catalog
  • Managing Active Directory Accounts
  • To Manage Active Directory Accounts
  • Managing Power for Machines in a Desktop OS Delivery Group
  • To Manage Power for Machines in a Desktop OS Delivery Group
  • To Reallocate Machines in a Delivery Group
  • To Shut Down and Restart Desktops
  • Enabling and Disabling Maintenance Mode
  • To Enable and Disable Maintenance Mode
  • Removing Desktops from Delivery Groups
  • To Remove Desktops from Delivery Groups
  • Deleting a Delivery Group
  • To Delete a Delivery Group
  • Deleting Machines from a Machine Catalog
  • To Delete Machines from a Machine Catalog
  • To Delete a Machine Catalog
  • Troubleshooting: Managing Desktops and Applications
  • Reinforcement Exercise: Delivering Server Desktops
  • Module 5: Managing StoreFront
  • StoreFront Architectural Overview
  • StoreFront Components
  • StoreFront Communication
  • Discussion Question
  • StoreFront Management Console
  • Creating a New Store
  • To Create and Add a New Store
  • Creating Anonymous User Stores
  • To Create a Store for Anonymous User Access
  • Hiding a Store
  • To Hide a Store
  • Discussion Question
  • Managing Authentication
  • Configuring Authentication
  • To Configure Authentication Methods
  • Discussion Question
  • Enabling End Users to Change Their Passwords
  • To Enable End Users to Change Expired Passwords
  • Managing Delivery Controllers
  • Adding Delivery Controllers
  • To Add Delivery Controllers
  • To Remove Delivery Controllers
  • Discussion Question
  • Removing a Store
  • To Remove a Store
  • Discussion Question
  • Troubleshooting: Managing StoreFront
  • Reinforcement Exercise: Creating and Configuring a New Store
  • Module 6: Managing Policies and Profiles
  • Policy Precedence (Studio vs. Group Policy Objects)
  • Creating Policies Using Studio
  • Unfiltered Policy
  • Using a Policy Template in Studio
  • To Create a Policy from a Template
  • To Create a Policy Using Studio
  • Applying a Policy Using Studio
  • To Apply a Policy
  • Editing a Policy Using Studio
  • To Edit a Policy
  • Prioritizing Policies Using Studio
  • To Prioritize a Policy
  • Discussion Questions
  • To Create a Computer Template in Studio
  • Exporting a Policy Template Using Studio
  • To Export a Policy Templateo Importing a Policy Template Using Studio
  • To Import a Policy Template
  • Running the Resultant Set of Policy (RSOP)
  • To Create the RSOP Using the Group Policy Management Console
  • Creating Policies Using Group Policy
  • Creating and Applying a Group Policy Object
  • To Create a GPO
  • Editing a Group Policy Object
  • To Edit a Policy
  • Using a User Template with Group Policy
  • To Use a User Template
  • Discussion Question
  • Importing a Policy Template with Group Policy
  • To Import a Policy Template
  • Exporting a Policy Template with Group Policy
  • To Export a Policy Template
  • Prioritizing a Policy Using Group Policy
  • To Change the Priority of a Policy
  • Discussion Question
  • Troubleshooting: Managing Policies
  • Managing End-User Profiles
  • Configuring Folder Redirection
  • To Configure Folder Redirection
  • Managing Profile Settings Using Citrix Policies
  • To Manage Profile Settings Using Citrix Policies
  • Resolving Conflicting Profiles
  • To Resolve Conflicting Profiles
  • Streaming End-User Profiles
  • To Stream End-User Profiles
  • Discussion Question
  • Troubleshooting: Profile Management
  • Reinforcement Exercise 1: Working with Policies
  • Reinforcement Exercise 2: Working with Profiles
  • Module 7: Managing and Monitoring Sessions, Sites, and End Users with Director
  • Director Overview
  • To Monitor an End-User Session
  • To Access Director
  • Monitoring within the Director Dashboard
  • Monitoring Infrastructure
  • To Monitor the Infrastructure
  • Monitoring Connected Sessions
  • To Monitor Connected Sessions
  • Monitoring Logon Duration Averages
  • To Monitor Logon Duration Averages
  • Monitoring Machine and End-User Connection Failures
  • To Monitor End-User Connection Failures
  • Monitoring and Managing End-User Sessions
  • Viewing End-User Sessions
  • To View End-User Sessions
  • Searching for an End User
  • To Search for an End User
  • Monitoring End-User Applications
  • To Monitor End-User Applications
  • Monitoring End-User Machine Processes
  • To Monitor End-User Machine Processes
  • Managing an End User’s Machine Power Status
  • To Manage an End User’s Machine Power Status
  • Enabling or Disabling Maintenance Mode
  • To Enable or Disable Maintenance Mode
  • Resetting an End-User Profile
  • To Reset an End-User Profile
  • Discussion Question
  • Monitoring HDX Channels
  • To Monitor HDX Channels
  • Sending a Message to an End User
  • To Send a Message to an End User
  • Shadowing an End-User Session
  • To Shadow an End-User Session
  • Disconnecting an End-User Session
  • To Disconnect an End-User Session
  • Logging an End User Off
  • To Log an End User Off
  • Discussion Question
  • Monitoring Historical Trends
  • To Monitor Historical Trends
  • Troubleshooting: Managing Sites, Sessions, and End Users with Director
  • Reinforcement Exercise: Using Director
  • Module 8: Managing Printing
  • Print Management Process
  • Default Printing Behavior
  • Configuring Client Printing
  • Modifying Client Printer Auto-Creation
  • To Modify Client Printer Auto-Creation Behavior
  • Discussion Question
  • Adding Session Printers
  • To Add Session Printers
  • Managing Printer Drivers
  • Automatic Installation of In-Box Printer Drivers
  • To Configure the Automatic Installation of Printer Drivers
  • Configuring Printer Driver Mapping and Compatibility
  • To Configure Printer Driver Mapping and Compatibility
  • Universal Printer Driver
  • Controlling Universal Printing Behavior
  • Optimizing Printing Performance
  • To Configure Printing Optimization
  • Discussion Question
  • Setting Up and Managing the Universal Print Server
  • To Set Up and Manage the Universal Print Server
  • Troubleshooting: Managing Printing
  • Reinforcement Exercise: Managing Printing
  • Module 9: Managing Provisioning Services
  • Citrix Provisioning Services
  • Machine Creation Services or Provisioning Services
  • Provisioning Services Overview and Architecture
  • Discussion Question
  • Navigating the Provisioning Services Console
  • To Navigate the Provisioning Services Console
  • To Create a Provisioning Services Master Virtual Machine
  • To Install the Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA)
  • Creating the vDisk
  • To Convert the Hard Drive of the Master Target Device to a vDisk
  • Setting the vDisk Mode
  • To set the vDisk Mode
  • Creating the Machine Catalog
  • To Create a Diskless Target Device Template
  • To Create the Machine Catalog
  • Discussion Question
  • To Assign a Machine Catalog to a Delivery Group
  • Discussion Question
  • To Update a vDisk
  • Promoting Updated Versions
  • To Promote Updated vDisk Versions
  • Discussion Question
  • VHD Chain of Differencing Disks
  • Merging VHD Differencing Disks
  • To Merge VHD Differencing Disks
  • Troubleshooting: Provisioning Services
  • Reinforcement Exercise: Provisioning Services


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This course provides students with the skills required to successfully deploy a complete Citrix hosted application and desktop virtualization solution Throughout this course, students will learn how to configure an environment that includes the following Citrix components: XenServer, XenDesktop, Citrix License Server, MCS, PVS, Personal vDisk, StoreFront, NetScaler (ICA Proxy, Load Balancing, Endpoint Analysis), and Citrix Receiver. Upon course completion, students will be able to build a XenDesktop 7.5 environment from scratch and test the implementation to ensure that all components work as expected and that both internal and external end users can access XenDesktop resources successfully.

Benefits of  learning from Citrix Authorized Learning Center::

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  • Citrix Electronic Course Material
  • Citrix Online Lab for Practical
  • Fee is inclusive of Exam Voucher

Instructional Method

This course is offered as an instructor-led and self-paced online course with demonstrations and the practical application of concepts through hands-on exercises in a live lab environment.

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XenApp 7.6 and XenDesktop 7.6

XenApp and XenDesktop are application and desktop virtualization solutions built on a unified architecture so they’re simple to manage and flexible enough to meet the needs of all your organization’s users. XenApp and XenDesktop have a common set of management tools that simplify and automate IT tasks. You use the same architecture and management tools to manage public, private, and hybrid cloud deployments as you do for on-premises deployments.

XenApp delivers:

  • XenApp published apps, also known as server-based hosted applications. These are applications hosted from Windows servers to any type of device, including Windows PCs, Macs, smartphones, and tablets. Some XenApp editions include technologies that further optimize the experience of using Windows applications on a mobile device by automatically translating native mobile-device display, navigation, and controls to Windows applications; enhancing performance over mobile networks; and enabling developers to optimize any custom Windows application for any mobile environment.
  • XenApp published desktops, also known as server-hosted desktops. These are inexpensive, locked-down Windows virtual desktops hosted from Windows server operating systems. They are ideal for users, such as call center employees, who perform a standard set of tasks.
  • VM-hosted apps. These are applications hosted from machines running Windows desktop operating systems for applications that can’t be hosted in a server environment.
  • Windows applications delivered with Microsoft App-V using the same management tools you use for the rest of your XenApp deployment.

XenDesktop delivers:

  • VDI desktops. These virtual desktops each run a Windows desktop operating system rather than running in a shared, server-based environment. They can provide users with their own desktop that they can fully personalize.
  • Hosted physical desktop. This solution is ideal for providing secure access powerful physical machines, such as blade servers, from within your data center.
  • Remote PC access. This solution allows users to log in to their physical Windows PC from anywhere over a secure XenDesktop connection.
  • Server VDI. This solution is designed to provide hosted desktops in multitenant, cloud environments.
  • Capabilities that allow users to continue to use their virtual desktops while not connected to your network.

Some XenDesktop editions include the features available in XenApp.

Key features in this release

This version of XenApp and XenDesktop includes new features that make it easier for users to access applications and desktops and for Citrix administrator to manage applications:

  • The session prelaunch and session linger features help users quickly access server-based hosted applications by starting sessions before they are requested (session prelaunch) and keeping application sessions active after a user closes all applications (session linger).
  • Support for unauthenticated (anonymous) users means users can access server-based hosted applications and server-hosted desktops without presenting credentials to StoreFront or Citrix Receiver.
  • Connection leasing makes recently used applications and desktops available even when the Site database in unavailable.
  • Application folders in Studio make it easier to administer large numbers of applications.

Other new features in this release allow you to improve performance by specifying the number of actions that can occur on a Site’s host connection, display enhanced data when you manage and monitor your Site, and anonymously and automatically contribute data that Citrix can use to improve product quality, reliability, and performance.




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