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You Just Inherited Someone Else's Citrix Environment. How Do You Figure Out What's What?

Imagine that you just found the new job of your dreams: You are now a system administrator in a large enterprise. Everything is going like clockwork, except for one major problem: There are 5 different versions of Presentation Server in use and there is no documentation for any system. Now imagine you are a consultant ready to do an assessment of Citrix infrastructure, but nobody in the company knows how many farms and servers exist, or how they are configured. (Wanting a new imaginary job yet?) 

In this session from BriForum 2012, Denis Gundarev shares tips on how to document infrastructure and tricks on how to find all components or users that are "forgotten." You will learn several methods for elevating permissions and taking ownership of forgotten systems.

This is just one example of the 30+ technical sessions that will be available in 2013 (and you get access to all sessions whether you attend them or not!).

Visit the BriForum London website for more information - including the agenda and session descriptions - or register now to ensure we have a seat for you (they're filling up quickly!):

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And as always, if you have any questions please feel free to reach out directly to John Barbato by email (jbarbato@techtarget.com) or by phone at +1-617-431-9674.

We hope to see you next month!

 

This was first published in April 2013

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