00:00:00 - If you take a look at the
history of application
00:00:02 - delivery in IT, you'll find
that there's been a lot of
00:00:04 - forks in the road.
00:00:06 - Way back in the earliest days,
the way in which we IT
00:00:09 - professionals would deliver
applications to users was,
00:00:11 - well, by walking around with
some media-- a DVD, or CD,
00:00:15 - or-- in the earliest of days--
even floppy disks.
00:00:17 - Well, if you're like me and
you spend a lot of time
00:00:20 - sitting in front of people's
desktops wiling away the hours
00:00:24 - as applications got installed
one floppy disk at a time, you
00:00:27 - can recognize why we in IT have
spent a lot of time and
00:00:30 - investment into creating
automated delivery solutions
00:00:33 - for applications.
00:00:35 - Our users will argue that
receiving their applications--
00:00:38 - having access to them-- is
probably the most important
00:00:41 - thing that we do in IT.
00:00:43 - Well, over the years, the ways
in which those applications
00:00:46 - have been delivered
00:00:48 - not only in scope, but
also in number.
00:00:51 - We can use automated solutions
to deliver applications
00:00:54 - directly onto desktops.
00:00:56 - We can use newer technologies
like terminal services and--
00:00:59 - what we're here to talk about--
the Citrix to deliver
00:01:01 - them using remote control
00:01:04 - So over time, well, the ways
in which applications got
00:01:07 - delivered went from one single
solitary somewhat mind melting
00:01:12 - method to a vast menagerie
00:01:16 - It's only in recent years that
companies like Citrix have
00:01:20 - recognized that the variety of
solutions, perhaps, could be
00:01:23 - best managed if they were
once again unified
00:01:26 - into a single solution.
00:01:27 - And that's what you're seeing
here today with Citrix
00:01:29 - XenDesktop 7.
00:01:31 - In this version--
00:01:32 - more so than any version
of the past--
00:01:34 - you will have the option to
deliver your applications to
00:01:37 - users atop servers,
00:01:40 - You can deliver them
00:01:42 - You can deliver them as
00:01:45 - There's a whole lot
of options from a
00:01:47 - single unified solution.
00:01:49 - My name is Greg Shields.
00:01:50 - And over the next series of
Nuggets, we're going to spend
00:01:53 - some time talking about the
1YO-200 and 1YO-300 CCA exams.
00:01:59 - More importantly, I hope to give
you all the information
00:02:01 - you need to be successful in
managing and deploying
00:02:04 - application and desktop
solutions atop the Citrix
00:02:07 - XenDesktop 7.x platform.
00:02:10 - Unlike pretty much all of
Citrix's previous releases,
00:02:13 - this is the first time that
they've really unified the
00:02:16 - classic server based computing
world with the more
00:02:20 - newfangled VDI world.
00:02:22 - And so for central console,
I can now create VDI
00:02:26 - environments.
00:02:27 - I can create a server based
computing environments and
00:02:29 - deliver applications via
whatever mechanisms make sense
00:02:33 - for the user, for the
application, and for the
00:02:35 - device that were ultimately
sending them to.
00:02:38 - We've got something like 20 or
20 plus Nuggets here that
00:02:40 - we're going to spend some time
with in going through all the
00:02:43 - steps that you'll need to go
through to create this
00:02:46 - environment, and then recognize
how to manage it
00:02:48 - once it's in production.
00:02:50 - Our goal why we're here today
is to help develop your
00:02:52 - skills, to assist you for
preparing for, installing, and
00:02:55 - configuring, and doing that
ongoing maintenance of a
00:02:58 - Citrix XenDesktop 7.x
00:03:02 - Now from this moment on, you'll
hear me use the term
00:03:03 - XenDesktop 7, but XenDesktop
Version 7- at least at this
00:03:07 - point-- already has additional
00:03:09 - I think there's a 7.1 version.
00:03:11 - There are going to be additional
ones by the time
00:03:12 - you read this as well.
00:03:14 - The goal here is to use the 7
infrastructure to help you
00:03:17 - prepare yourself for the ways
in which Citrix intends for
00:03:21 - you to get applications
delivered-- the strategies in
00:03:24 - which you get those applications
00:03:26 - Along the way, we're going to
spend some time helping you
00:03:28 - prepare for those all important
00:03:29 - 1YO-200 and 1YO-300 exam.
00:03:32 - I also hope to spend some time
talking to you about my own
00:03:35 - personal experiences and some
of the best practices I've
00:03:37 - learned over the years in
delivering applications with
00:03:39 - technologies like Citrix.
00:03:41 - There's a bit of a mind
shattering and reconfiguration
00:03:46 - that has to happen here for you
to really truly appreciate
00:03:49 - how Citrix has created this
00:03:52 - infrastructure.
00:03:54 - Hopefully, over this period of
20 plus Nuggets, you'll have
00:03:57 - an opportunity to rethink your
entire approach for how you
00:04:02 - deliver those applications, and
why you would deliver them
00:04:04 - through the different options
that will be exposed to you.
00:04:07 - You may find that there's a
couple of these Nuggets
00:04:09 - upcoming that are going to be a
little challenging to really
00:04:12 - understand at first.
00:04:15 - It might take a couple of listen
throughs for you to
00:04:16 - really grasp exactly what it
is that Citrix is trying to
00:04:19 - accomplish here with
00:04:22 - Now, in this Nugget, I want
to just kick off things by
00:04:25 - helping you understand just
a bit about the exams
00:04:27 - themselves.
00:04:29 - Throughout this series, we're
going to focus in on the
00:04:30 - technology.
00:04:31 - While we're focusing in on that
technology, I want you to
00:04:33 - also just prepare yourself
should you be interested in
00:04:37 - taking those exams.
00:04:38 - If you're only interested in
learning about the solution,
00:04:41 - don't sweat it.
00:04:41 - Because this is not an exam prep
series by any stretch.
00:04:45 - But the idea here is to help you
gather the knowledge you
00:04:48 - need to be successful with the
exams, while at the same time
00:04:51 - being successful in delivering
that all important environment
00:04:54 - that is what your daily
00:04:56 - We will in this Nugget talk
about Citrix's version 7
00:04:59 - certification--
00:05:00 - where these exams fit with the
00:05:02 - certification program in general.
00:05:04 - We'll talk about the intended
audience for the CCA.
00:05:07 - If you want to be a CCA, these
exams are designed for a
00:05:12 - certain level of experience that
you may or may not have
00:05:16 - at this point.
00:05:17 - Got a few notes on the exam
itself-- just somethings you
00:05:19 - should be aware of and where
you can go should you
00:05:21 - want to take it.
00:05:22 - And then also I want to spend
some time talking about the
00:05:25 - outline that I've set
up for this series.
00:05:27 - Now in putting together
this training course--
00:05:29 - this series of Nuggets--
00:05:31 - what I wanted to do was
implement the technologies in
00:05:35 - using the path that you might
be implementing them
00:05:37 - yourselves.
00:05:38 - We'll start out with some of
the simpler solutions like
00:05:41 - XenDesktop 7 atop Machine
Creation Services, which is
00:05:45 - the mechanism by which
XenDesktop communicates with
00:05:47 - your favorite hypervisor.
00:05:49 - We'll then move into other
technologies like Provisioning
00:05:51 - Services, which is another
approach for delivering the
00:05:54 - assets that you'll layer your
applications on top up.
00:05:57 - We'll talk a bit about appv
We'll talk also about
00:05:59 - NetScaler should you want to
extend your application
00:06:02 - delivery infrastructure
out into untrusted
00:06:04 - zones, like the internet.
00:06:06 - So all of these are aligned up
in a very specific order,
00:06:09 - based on how you will probably
end up implementing them in
00:06:13 - your own environment.
00:06:14 - If taking the exam is your goal,
I'll spend a minute just
00:06:17 - talking about the objectives for
the exam and how you might
00:06:19 - prepare yourselves
for that exam.
00:06:21 - And then give you an idea of how
you might construct your
00:06:23 - own network at home, so that you
can follow along as we go
00:06:26 - through all the demonstrations
here in this series.
00:06:29 - I tend to use VMware workstation
as the tool for
00:06:32 - creating the virtual machines.
00:06:34 - If you have another
virtualization solution you
00:06:36 - prefer, you're welcome
to use it.
00:06:37 - But VMware workstation is the
one that I'm using here as
00:06:40 - we're going through all
of the demonstrations.
00:06:43 - Be aware that Citrix has made
some fairly interesting
00:06:45 - changes to their certification
path with the
00:06:47 - release of version 7.
00:06:49 - And in fact, the entirety of
Citrix certification has
00:06:52 - evolved with this release.
00:06:54 - In the past, Citrix's
certification could vary
00:06:57 - depending on which of the
products or focuses that you
00:07:00 - were intending on
00:07:02 - There were CCAs, and CCEAs, and
CCIAs, and various changes
00:07:07 - over the years.
00:07:08 - Well, with this release, Citrix
has actually unified
00:07:11 - their certifications into a
single three tier structure
00:07:14 - for all the different focuses.
00:07:17 - There is an apps and desktops
focus, which is the one we'll
00:07:20 - be talking about
in this series.
00:07:21 - There's also a network focus
that focuses more on
00:07:24 - technologies like NetScaler.
00:07:26 - But irrespective of which focus
you're interested in,
00:07:29 - there are going to be three
different levels of
00:07:32 - certification that you'll
have to be aware of.
00:07:34 - At the lowest level is
the Citrix Certified
00:07:36 - Associate or the CCA.
00:07:39 - The actual certification will
be the CCA dash and then
00:07:42 - whatever the focus is.
00:07:43 - So in our case CCA dash AD.
00:07:46 - Passing the CCA or obtaining
the CAA requires passing a
00:07:49 - single exam.
00:07:51 - Once you've passed that exam,
you then qualify to begin
00:07:53 - taking the CCP, which is the
next level-- the CCPAD.
00:07:57 - That is also a single exam.
00:07:59 - And the CCE at the top level
is a third exam.
00:08:02 - So these days, if you want to
end up getting the maximum
00:08:05 - amount of certification that you
can, all it takes is three
00:08:08 - exams to get there.
00:08:10 - Now what's interesting about how
they've updated this exam
00:08:14 - structure is that they've also
aligned the structure to the
00:08:17 - types of content that you need
to prepare for for each of the
00:08:21 - exams and for each of the
levels in the tier.
00:08:23 - Obtaining certification for each
tier requires passing--
00:08:26 - as I said-- just that single
exam plus any of the exams in
00:08:30 - all the tiers below.
00:08:31 - So if you're looking to get a
CCE, you've got to go all the
00:08:33 - way to three.
00:08:34 - Now in the case of XenDesktop
7 the exams are going to be
00:08:37 - 1YO-200, 300, and 400.
00:08:41 - What's important to recognize
here is the word at the very
00:08:45 - beginning of the title for
each of the exams--
00:08:49 - managing, deploying,
00:08:52 - In creating this new structure,
Citrix has now
00:08:55 - aligned the content that is
important to recognize for the
00:08:57 - exam with the types of actions
an individual will need to
00:09:01 - accomplish with an
00:09:03 - So what this means is that at
the first level 1YO-200 the
00:09:07 - types of content that they're
going to be testing you on
00:09:10 - will have to do with managing
an existing infrastructure--
00:09:13 - so dealing with troubleshooting
00:09:15 - infrastructure, dealing with
managing it in production,
00:09:18 - operating it.
00:09:19 - Those kinds of tasks.
00:09:21 - Their expectation is as an entry
level person or a tier
00:09:24 - one type individual, you will
probably be dealing with an
00:09:27 - infrastructure that
00:09:29 - So testing you against the
management topics is
00:09:32 - appropriate as the first
phase of the game.
00:09:35 - As you increase your level of
investment and experience with
00:09:39 - Citrix's products, you will
then go on to actually
00:09:41 - deploying solutions.
00:09:43 - And so it is this second exam
where we'll talk about many of
00:09:46 - the deployment tasks.
00:09:48 - We won't in this series, but
there is also a third exam
00:09:51 - that talks about the
00:09:54 - So not necessarily clicking the
buttons to get XenDesktop
00:09:57 - implemented, but all the boxes
that you'll need to put on
00:09:59 - paper in order to get it
ultimately designed before you
00:10:02 - ever start clicking
00:10:04 - So those three focuses should
be at the forefront of your
00:10:08 - mind as you focus on
passing that exam.
00:10:11 - I mentioned also that Citrix has
an intended audience for
00:10:13 - each of these exams.
00:10:15 - For the 1YO-200 exam the
intended audience here are
00:10:19 - those who manage, maintain,
monitor, and troubleshoot
00:10:23 - XenDesktop 7 solutions and may
hold these following job
00:10:27 - titles-- systems administrators,
00:10:29 - support staff, integrators,
00:10:32 - So again the 1YO-200 exam is
designed for just managing an
00:10:37 - existing infrastructure and
dealing with one that is
00:10:40 - already in production.
00:10:41 - As you begin to create new
infrastructures, the 1YO-300
00:10:45 - exam focuses on those topics
if you're the person who
00:10:48 - builds, tests, and rolls out
00:10:51 - You're an engineer, you're
a desktop virtualization
00:10:53 - consultant, or a partner.
00:10:55 - Now also associated
with a 300 exam--
00:10:57 - and again this content I've just
pulled off of Citrix's
00:11:00 - exam prep guide.
00:11:01 - So there's nothing that should
be a surprise here if you've
00:11:04 - actually downloaded
their prep guide.
00:11:07 - The intended audience also
possesses an intermediate
00:11:09 - level of knowledge of app and
00:11:12 - technologies and has experience
deploying app and
00:11:15 - desktop virtualization solutions
in an enterprise
00:11:17 - environment.
00:11:19 - When we're talking about the
different delivery mechanisms
00:11:21 - that XenDesktop supports, be
aware that there really
00:11:25 - focused on three different
00:11:27 - And these are the use cases
you'll see down here.
00:11:29 - The first is classic XenApp
hosted shared desktops.
00:11:34 - Same thing here for XenApp
hosted applications on
00:11:36 - delivering applications
00:11:38 - Or classic XenDesktop VDI
00:11:43 - So both the VDI route and the
application or PC refresh
00:11:47 - route are all the ones that
we'll be testing against on
00:11:50 - that 1YO-300 exam.
00:11:53 - Down here are also are just
a couple of notes.
00:11:55 - These are again also pulled
off of Citrix's enablement
00:11:57 - guide or prep guide
for the exam.
00:12:00 - The 1YO-200 is a 66 question
exam, written in English with
00:12:04 - a passing score of 66%, which
of my mind seems like really
00:12:08 - not that many questions.
00:12:09 - Although Citrix is giving you a
very gracious 205 minutes to
00:12:12 - complete that exam--
00:12:14 - plenty of time.
00:12:15 - If you're a non-native English
speaker, you can be granted up
00:12:18 - to 30 minutes for a
00:12:20 - Depending on what your situation
is that 'll either
00:12:22 - be automatic, or you'll
need to apply for it.
00:12:24 - So plenty of time there for your
questions, plenty of time
00:12:27 - to take your time and really
understand what those
00:12:29 - questions are.
00:12:30 - As you move to the 300 level
exam, the number of questions
00:12:33 - actually goes down to 57
minutes, but the amount of
00:12:35 - time goes up to 240 minutes.
00:12:38 - The passing score
is still 66%.
00:12:41 - The exams are administered
through Pearson Vue.
00:12:43 - There's the website when it
comes time to schedule.
00:12:47 - And be aware that the first exam
is going to be $150 US
00:12:51 - for 1YO-200, but $300
00:12:55 - So twice as much if you plan on
taking that next step up.
00:12:59 - Also I want to talk here just
about the outline that we'll
00:13:03 - be going through together
here with this series.
00:13:06 - I think I mentioned earlier that
the whole point of this
00:13:08 - series is to try to introduce
you to the new topics as you
00:13:12 - would organically introduce them
if you were doing this
00:13:15 - studying on your own.
00:13:17 - And so we begin with
00:13:20 - You got to get this
00:13:22 - A process that used to be
fraught with danger, these
00:13:24 - days is actually quite
a bit streamlined.
00:13:26 - You can get a new XenDesktop
server up and running in not
00:13:29 - that much time.
00:13:30 - And that's a great change from
some previous versions.
00:13:33 - We then go through how to
license things, and how to
00:13:35 - create your master images, and
install that delivery agent.
00:13:37 - So how to create those basic
core golden images that will
00:13:41 - become the foundation by which
all of your applications will
00:13:44 - get delivered.
00:13:45 - We'll then create machine
catalogs and delivery groups.
00:13:50 - As you'll find out, machine
catalogs are collections of
00:13:52 - machines that share similar
behaviors or similar
00:13:55 - characteristics.
00:13:56 - Delivery groups then address
those machines with the rules
00:14:00 - for how users will connect up
to the resources exposed on
00:14:03 - those virtual machines
or physical machines.
00:14:06 - We will then configure the
Citrix storefront store, which
00:14:09 - is the user's front door to
access the applications that
00:14:12 - you will have available.
00:14:13 - They will access that front door
using the Citrix receiver
00:14:16 - client, which you'll need to
deploy out to those users.
00:14:19 - Or with this version, you can
have users deploy it to
00:14:22 - themselves even if they don't
00:14:24 - privileges.
00:14:25 - We'll then talk about an
interesting edge case called
00:14:27 - Remote PC access.
00:14:29 - So you can actually use
XenDesktop as a mechanism to
00:14:32 - proxy access for users to their
own PCs, if they need to
00:14:37 - access them from outside
00:14:39 - You can accomplish that by just
creating a different set
00:14:42 - of machine catalogs and
delivery groups and
00:14:44 - delivering those out.
00:14:45 - We'll then talk about
applications and how you can
00:14:47 - layer technologies like
Microsoft App-V to stream
00:14:51 - those applications down onto
your assets, server, or
00:14:54 - desktop machines when it comes
time to deliver the
00:14:56 - applications.
00:14:58 - We'll talk about Citrix Studio
Policies, which in this
00:15:00 - version and recent versions has
become the single go-to
00:15:05 - point for configuring the user
experience of the environment
00:15:10 - you've set up.
00:15:10 - There's lots of Studio
00:15:12 - And in fact, most of the
management has been moved into
00:15:16 - Studio Policies so that they
could be delivered, either as
00:15:19 - a policy through Citrix
or as a group policy
00:15:21 - through Active Directory.
00:15:23 - Now number 11, we'll talk
about the structure of
00:15:26 - implementing the policies.
00:15:28 - But I also have a little
bonus Nugget here--
00:15:30 - Number 12--
00:15:31 - that will be a review of the
Citrix Studio Policies.
00:15:34 - Not with an eye towards how
they're implemented, but more
00:15:37 - of an eye towards why and when
they'll be implemented.
00:15:40 - This one is more the--
00:15:41 - I guess I can call it the free
consulting hour here.
00:15:48 - I have spent a lot of time
working with Citrix.
00:15:50 - And over the years there's some
good ways in which you
00:15:53 - implement the policies.
00:15:53 - And I hope to be able to relay
to you why you would implement
00:15:58 - them and what use
cases you might.
00:15:59 - Because there's a whole bunch
of them that can make your
00:16:01 - mind spin as you start
to go through them.
00:16:04 - We'll talk about user profiles
and how to implement
00:16:05 - technologies that could improve
user profiles and make
00:16:08 - them roam around the
00:16:09 - that you'll make available.
00:16:11 - Talk about this Citrix Director
and how you could
00:16:12 - enable access to your help desk
people, so that they can
00:16:15 - troubleshoot things
on your behalf.
00:16:17 - But in a very limited
00:16:19 - Printing in Citrix
00:16:21 - always been a nightmare.
00:16:22 - Well in this version, printing
gets even that much less of a
00:16:25 - nightmare with some new
technologies like the Citrix
00:16:28 - Printing services and Citrix
Printing server that I think
00:16:30 - you'll really appreciate.
00:16:31 - We will then move into a
number of Nuggets on
00:16:34 - Provisioning Services.
00:16:36 - And these Nuggets here are the
backbone of that entire
00:16:40 - Provisioning Services
00:16:42 - You don't have to implement
00:16:44 - And in many circumstances,
you won't want to.
00:16:47 - But if you do intend on
delivering these assets--
00:16:51 - again, servers or desktops--
00:16:53 - in a way that they can be
delivered at the moment that
00:16:55 - they're needed and be
provisioned at the moment that
00:16:58 - their booted, well Provisioning
00:17:00 - an infrastructure to
00:17:02 - We'll talk about how to install
it and prepare for it,
00:17:04 - and how to deal with
Provisioning Services vDisks
00:17:07 - in both private and
00:17:09 - As well as how to update those
vDisks when it comes time to
00:17:13 - apply Windows patches,
00:17:15 - changes, and so forth.
00:17:16 - Really interesting
00:17:18 - one that you want to take a look
up before you implement.
00:17:20 - Because it has its uses, and
it also has a few concerns
00:17:22 - associated.
00:17:24 - We'll spend just a minute on
00:17:26 - Citrix has a great model for
doing delegated administration
00:17:29 - with this version.
00:17:30 - And a mind numbing Nugget
00:17:32 - external access with NetScaler.
00:17:35 - You'll also see-- at least
from a high level white
00:17:37 - boarding perspective--
00:17:38 - how to configure high
00:17:39 - availability for those solutions.
00:17:42 - And in what places you'll
need to incorporate high
00:17:44 - availability technologies
in order to ensure your
00:17:47 - environment is always
available for users.
00:17:49 - This last Nugget is optional.
00:17:51 - If you plan on implementing
your assets on top of the
00:17:54 - XenServer hypervisor, well then
you could take a look at
00:17:57 - this last Nugget that is a very
short introduction in
00:18:00 - configuring XenServer
00:18:03 - But recall, XenDesktop actually
works with all of the
00:18:05 - major hypervisors--
00:18:06 - VMware, hyper-v,
00:18:09 - So you have options for which of
the hypervisors you'll want
00:18:12 - to choose for hosting
00:18:15 - I mentioned that this series
focuses on two of the three
00:18:17 - exams in the CCA certification
00:18:22 - And these two again--
00:18:23 - 1YO-200, 1YO-300.
00:18:26 - There is an exam prep guide
that you can find online.
00:18:30 - A lot of the information I've
talked about here in this is
00:18:33 - pulled from that prep guide-- in
some cases pulled directly
00:18:36 - from the prep guide.
00:18:37 - That prep guide will give
you all of the detailed
00:18:40 - information to prepare
for the exam.
00:18:42 - It will give you details about
the objectives and
00:18:45 - specifically the types of
actions that you'll want to
00:18:48 - understand, if you want
to be successful in
00:18:50 - passing that exam.
00:18:52 - I've copied just some of the
objective percentages here for
00:18:55 - 200 and 300.
00:18:56 - About 30% for managing that
solution, 15% for maintaining,
00:19:01 - 21% for monitoring, and 35%
for troubleshooting that
00:19:05 - XenDesktop 7 solution.
00:19:06 - You can focus your studies on
the types of actions that are
00:19:09 - most important to be successful
with the exam.
00:19:12 - On the 300, about 1/3 is for
installing the technology and
00:19:16 - just about 2/3 on configuring
its technical components.
00:19:19 - Only a very small 8% there on
00:19:22 - So if you figure, there's some
60 odd questions for 200 and
00:19:26 - 50 odd questions for 300, you
can then take those numbers
00:19:29 - and multiply them by these
percentages to get a feel for
00:19:33 - what number of questions you'll
have that associate
00:19:36 - with each of these
00:19:40 - We will be working with a full
network here-- a CBT Nuggets
00:19:44 - network that I encourage you to
actually replicate at home.
00:19:48 - We learn by doing and
by replicating the
00:19:51 - demonstrations, by replicated
all the different actions that
00:19:54 - you'll see me accomplish here in
this series, that will not
00:19:57 - only get you your own desktop
00:20:00 - But it will also help you
understand exactly why we're
00:20:03 - going through the steps
that we are.
00:20:04 - This network will have
a domain controller.
00:20:06 - We will be working predominantly
with a single
00:20:08 - XenDesktop server xd1.
00:20:10 - We'll only incorporate xd2 in
that almost very last Nugget
00:20:14 - when we talk about high
00:20:16 - We'll be putting our assets
on top of two Xen server
00:20:18 - machines-- xs1 and xs2.
00:20:21 - And we'll have a server here
called appv that we'll use for
00:20:23 - deploying appv applications, or
hosting appv applications.
00:20:28 - All of these will be located in
a domain-- at least here--
00:20:30 - that I call company.pri.
00:20:32 - My domain is in the subnet
00:20:35 - It's a 24-bit mask
on the subnet.
00:20:38 - So 255.255.255.0.
00:20:42 - And then I also have another
machine out here-- my
00:20:44 - NetScaler virtual machine--
00:20:46 - that we'll talk about
for that one
00:20:47 - single Nugget on NetScaler.
00:20:49 - Personally, I prefer using
00:20:52 - It's a great solution that I
can put right here on my
00:20:54 - desktop to help you.
00:20:55 - You can use whatever hypervisor
you see fit for
00:20:58 - deploying out your test
00:21:01 - as you prepare yourself.
00:21:02 - So again, highly recommend
playing along as you see the
00:21:07 - different demonstrations and
things here in the series.
00:21:10 - I've been working with CBT
Nuggets for a very long time.
00:21:12 - And it is always a joy to get to
put together these series.
00:21:16 - And I look forward over the next
series of Nuggets for the
00:21:18 - opportunity to work with you,
share with you, and learn with
00:21:21 - you about managing and deploying
app and desktop
00:21:24 - solutions atop Citrix XenDesktop
00:21:28 - Once again, my name
is Greg Shields.
00:21:30 - We're going to have
a lot of fun.
00:21:31 - I hope this has been informative
00:21:33 - And I'd like to thank
you for viewing.