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Citrix XenApp 5 Win2k8 Install Guide/How-to


  • Pre-reqs
    • DotNet 3.5
    • XenAppHosted (ICA Client)
    • Jre-6U5-windows-i586-p
      • This is required to install the old CMC
    • Delete Microsoft XPS Document Writer (Printer)

 
 

Launch Autorun


Select the correct Edition you are licensed for… This can be changed later


Click Application Virtualization


After “reading” the EULA, Select I accept the license agreement


Click Next


Un-select the above


If you receive the above message Under the Passtrough Client options reselect then unselect the options and it should go away.


Click Next


Click Next


Click Finish


Click Next


Keep Defaults, click Next


Click Join an existing farm, Click Next


Un-check “Use default zone name, type in “XENAPP5″, Click next


Type in the name of the SQL server, and click next


Select SQL Server Auth, type in the Username and Password, Click Next

Depending on the environment this may have to be set to Windows Auth


Change the default database to XenApp, Click Next


Click Finish


Click Test Data Source…


Click Ok, If this fails go back to the beginning of the data source setup and re-enter and verify all fields


Select Use the global farm settings, click next


Check Force a shadow acceptance popup, and Log all shadow connections, click Next


Change this to 8080, click next


Select Skip this step, and add users later, un-check Add Anonymous users also, Click Next


Click Finish


Uncheck View the Readme file, click Close


Click Next


Click Next


Click Next


Click Finish


Click Finish


Click Yes

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Posted on April 29, 2011, in Citrix, XenApp. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. This guide assumes you are adding a Xenapp 5 server to an existing and licensed farm.

    Not much use to a fresh Xeanpp 5 install.

    • Sorry I have been meaning to Add the Fresh install guides.

      Thanks for the feed back I will try to get those up as soon as possible.

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