Tag Archives: PowerFuse

JAN
29
As you probably know, both RES PowerFuse and RES Wisdom work really well with Citrix XenDesktop and VMware VDM. Both RES products help you manage "the last mile". Wisdom allows you to change settings in running vdisk or cloned images without having to reset the user session forcibly. PowerFuse configures the user session. If you want to have as few images as possible, you need to put all the applications in your image. To make sure users get the right applications and with the right settings (e.g. Outlook with mail profile and signature) you need PowerFuse to keep it manageable. Extra info (6 feb) I just found out that the client ip number does not get resolved in a session. ... READ MORE>>
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JAN
27
An american partner of RES posted this question to Bob Janssen: We have doctors that can have read/write access to information on a particular file share when they’re at the hospital, but when they go home they only need read access. Nurses are another example where they can have read/write access to the information required, but when they go home they should have no access to this data. Bob emailed them this solution: Step 1: Block access to the file share Step 2: Allow read access to the file share for nurses in hospital Step 3: Allow read/write access to the file share for doctors in hospital Step 4: Allow read access to the file share for doctors NOT in ... READ MORE>>
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JAN
20
This week RES Software released a cool utility to migrate existing Citrix Published applications to RES powerFuse 2008.

The RES PowerFuse Migration Toolkit for Citrix XenApp helps you implement RES PowerFuse in your Citrix environment by using information about existing published applications. The RES PowerFuse Migration Toolkit for Citrix XenApp eliminates the need to recreate existing applications manually as published applications in RES PowerFuse.

Use the RES PowerFuse Migration Toolkit for Citrix XenApp to:

  • extract information about existing published applications from a Citrix farm.
  • create a Building Block of selected applications.
  • import the Building Block into the RES PowerFuse Management Console.
  • publish the new applications managed by RES PowerFuse to Citrix.
  • Once the applications are available in the RES ... READ MORE>>
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    NOV
    13
    Over the last couple of days, Grant Tiller, our Channel Mananger in the UK. Had some good success with getting RES Subscriber and RES PowerFuse Workspace Extender working under Provision Networks VAS 5.10 When you make a couple of small customisations to the registry everything works properly. Here follows an example of what needs to be done to get RES Subscriber working properly: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client\Default\AddIns\Subscriber -------------------------- String (REG_SZ) Value Name Name Value Data C:\Program Files\RES Subscriber\vcsubrdp.dll     -------------------------- HKLM\Software\Provision Networks\Terminal Server Client\Default\AddIns\Subscriber -------------------------- String (REG_SZ) Value Name Name Value Data C:\Program Files\RES Subscriber\vcsubrdp.dll -------------------------- It is important to note the differences between Microsoft and Provision: ... READ MORE>>
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    OCT
    09
    Today RES Software changed the version numbering of RES PowerFuse.

    The version numbers are changed because RES Software will release from now on also UpdatePacks to fix issues in RES PowerFuse. In the past this was done by standalone executables that where delivered to customers.

    The UpdatePacks will not be general available. If you have an issues and in the Knowledge base on the RES customer Portal (http://portal.ressoftware.com/) is stated that there is a fix available you can request the UpdatePack at RES Support (support@ressoftware.com)

    RES PowerFuse version explained:RES PowerFuse 8.0.3.1
    8 -> RES PowerFuse Version
    0 -> Major Release
    3 -> Service Release level
    1 -> Revision level


    RES PowerFuse Version ->

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