Thanks for the article. I have XenDesktop concurrent licenses. I have users accessing published server OS desktop and also use published applications which is on a different server. How many license this user will consume, I am assuming 2
I have a situation that I need some clarification on. I have an old environment (6.5) and am setting up a new 1912 LTSR environment. The client had XD U/D licenses installed and was running just a XA farm. I am assuming that their previous var had traded up from XA to XD licenses and gave them a deal. When I start an app on the old farm you can see that it consumes a CCU from the XenApp tab. When I setup the new license server with the reallocated licenses it shows a U/D license consumed when I start an app so it is clearly not working like the old system did. The license files are also different even though the last one the client bought was in Oct 2019 and I downloaded again for the new LS on 12/31/2019 and this article confirms that Citrix did some changes I am wondering if I have to set the DG to a CCU in order to take advantage of the XA entitlementunder XD. I compared the two license files they are very different. Thoughts
Today when i was Installing the Citrix components in the lab environment. While configuring the Citrix delivery controller i found that somehow it is not recognizing my Citrix LS server and when i launched the Citrix license administration console i found the vendor daemon was stopped in the critical alerts.
Yes, the license server I pasted above actually has 4 license files imported (I just showed the first two to save space). All combined there are about 1000 licenses, all MPS_ADV_CCU, but I can only see the first 100 in SAM.
My compagny bought 250 CVAD premium Concurrent licences.I imported them on my license server but now I have 2 lines on Citrix license Adminstration Console, one for CVAD premium Concurrent and another for CVA premium Concurrent withe the same SA date
When you install the role, by default, you have a 120-day grace period that Microsoft gives you to properly license the server for use as an RDS installation. If you are using a server in a lab environment, most likely, you are not going to license this type of server outside of production.
What has been said is that virtualized environments are not supported. That should only mean that there is no kind of guarantee that SU can be made to work in one. The same applies to most 3D software. I have test driven SketchUp on a different system (Nvidia and Citrix-based) than the one you are proposing to use and it, like all the other software I threw at it worked without a hitch (the SU version was 2015). The VM performed towards our network licensing schemes (Internet based for SU, license servers for others) identically to a standalone PC.
Hi Mike, thank you for your insight.I am aware of the trend towards personal licensing as it has been introduced by Autodesk and Adobe among others. As soon as the so called network licensing is also withdrawn, the products are no longer usable in a public sector (military) context, as we are working in either in closed networks for security reasons, or can not accept inside workstations transport any information to untrusted servers outside our network. So an on premise license server is the only available solution.
The Express Edition does not need a license. It has a limited set of features, including hardware compatibility list (HCL) support, 64-bit control domain, multi-server management with XenCenter graphical user interface (GUI) and performance reporting and alerts, among others.
I put up Notepad and Calculator in a delivery group and all is well when I login to StoreFront but when I launch either app, I get the dreaded Windows Sign-in box with the spinning wheel. The session state shows as Connected and application state is Prelogon, my latest attempt has been spinning for over an hour. There are no errors in Event Viewer on any of the servers. I read somewhere about RDS timebomb and I was running on the temp RDS licenses but went ahead and put the actual licensing in place and removed the timebomb registry key with no noticeable difference. At the moment I am also running on temp Citrix licenses as I am waiting on procurement to do their job. I really don't know what else to check and I am on a time crunch to get this environment up and running so we can ditch the 6.5 farm before the 2008 R2 EOL date in January.
One registered copy of the software may be used by a single person who uses the software personally on up to 5 computers to process personal data (home use). When used to process non-personal data (e.g. the workplace, but including processing non-personal data on a personal computer), a separate license must be purchased for each installation of the program (including one per virtual machine). Installing the program on a server, or on a single workstation used non-simultaneously by multiple people, counts as one installation.
The ESXi utility is free as part of the vSphere hypervisor but requires a paid license after 60 days to continue managing ESXi via the vCenter server. After 60 days, the software limits resources to two physical CPUs for the host machine and a maximum of 8 vCPUs for each virtual machine. 1e1e36bf2d