XenApp 7.5 Skills Update

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Overview

​This course provides experienced Citrix XenApp students with the skills required to implement Citrix XenApp 7.5. Students will learn how to configure a XenApp 7.5 environment that includes the following Citrix components: Delivery Controller, Director, Studio, MCS, NetScaler, Provisioning Services, and Receiver.

Upon course completion, students will be able to implement and configure a XenApp 7.5 solution. This course includes access to a live lab environment.

Intended Audience

​This course is designed for IT professionals, architects, systems engineers, server administrators, and Citrix Partners with prior Citrix XenApp experience.


At Completion

​Upon successful completion of this course, learners are able to:

  • Recognize the basic requirements for a XenApp 7.5 implementation
  • Explain the architecture and where the XenApp components fit in an implementation
  • Identify how HDX policies, profile management, printing, and delegated administration are configured
  • Explain how Provisioning Services, StoreFront, and Director work
  • Identify how applications are made available
  • Explain the new features in the release
  • Set up SQL mirroring for high availability
  • Install the Delivery Controller and set up a site
  • Join a second Delivery Controller to a site for high availability
  • Install and configure StoreFront for secure communications
  • Configure NetScaler to load balance the connections to StoreFront
  • Configure NetScaler to provide remote access
  • Install the Virtual Delivery Agent on a virtual machine
  • Create a Server OS machine catalog to provide hosted shared desktops and hosted applications to users
  • Configure and optimize Provisioning Services
  • Create Windows templates for use with Provisioning Services
  • Create new vDisks and import existing vDisks into Provisioning Services
  • Create a machine catalog using the XenDesktop Setup Wizard
  • Create Delivery Groups and publish applications
  • Deliver App-V applications
  • Configure Receiver using email-based discovery
  • Verify internal and external access to resources
  • Configure load-evaluator policies for server-based VDAs
  • Monitor an environment with Director
  • Configure the logging of configuration changes
  • Configure delegated administration Use PowerShell cmdlets

Prerequisites

​Before taking this course, Citrix recommends that students have:

  • Knowledge of how previous versions of XenApp work
  • Understanding of the third-party products involved in an implementation, such as Active Directory and databases
  • Awareness of the impact of design decisions on a production environment
  • Experience implementing small scale environments of 100 servers or less for previous XenApp
  • Experience performing day-to-day tasks required for ensuring maximum performance of application delivery on previous XenApp products
  • Experience managing user accounts, apps, and services to given specifications

Exams & Certifications

​Currently, there are no certifications related to this course.


Materials


Course Outline

  • ​Basic requirements for a XenApp 7.5 implementation
  • The architecture and where the XenApp components fit in an implementation
  • Identify how HDX policies, profile management, printing, and delegated administration are configured
  • Explain how Provisioning Services, StoreFront, and Director work
  • Identify how applications are made available
  • Explain the new features in the release
  • Set up SQL mirroring for high availability
  • Install the Delivery Controller and set up a site
  • Join a second Delivery Controller to a site for high availability
  • Install and configure StoreFront for secure communications
  • Configure NetScaler to load balance the connections to StoreFront
  • Configure NetScaler to provide remote access
  • Install the Virtual Delivery Agent on a virtual machine
  • Create a Server OS machine catalog to provide hosted shared desktops and hosted applications to users
  • Configure and optimize Provisioning Services
  • Create Windows templates for use with Provisioning Services
  • Create new vDisks and import existing vDisks into Provisioning Services
  • Create a machine catalog using the XenDesktop Setup Wizard
  • Create Delivery Groups and publish applications
  • Deliver App-V applications
  • Configure Receiver using email-based discovery
  • Verify internal and external access to resources
  • Configure load-evaluator policies for server-based VDAs Monitor an environment with Director
  • Configure the logging of configuration changes
  • Configure delegated administration Use PowerShell cmdlets

 

 

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