If you’ve administered a XenApp or XenDesktop, you’ve had to go through the applications or desktops at some point and make manual modifications or check settings. However, you may never need to do that again – if you learn how to use PowerShell.

XenApp and XenDesktop now both support PowerShell, which replaces the aging MFCOM scripting that previously allowed control of Citrix farms. This allows you to manage almost any component that can be managed via the consoles.

Haven’t done PowerShell, or not comfortable with it yet? Check out my upcoming Ask The Architect webinar on XenApp & XenDesktop with Powershell.

Register for this webinar on Thursday, 15:00 GMT (10:00 AM EST)  at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/156454064.

Want to start learning now? Here are some great resources to get you started: