Citrix Server stays down after scheduled reboot

We had the situation that randomly some Terminalserver stayed down after the scheduled reboot from Studio. They needed to be restarted  manually. To avoid this Problem following will do the trick. Create a GPO with the below registry entries on all DDC and restart the broker service. Also on Restart Schedule on DDC at restart duration kindly select restart all machines with in 30 minutes or 1 hr instead of all at the same time. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\DesktopServer\RebootSchedule Name: ShutdownTimeoutRecovery Type: DWORD Value: 1 (Decimal) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Citrix\DesktopServer Name : MaxRegistrationCompletionTimeSecs Type : Reg_Dword Value : 2400(Decimal) Name : MaxFailedRegistrationsAllowed Type : Reg_Dword Value : 0xFFFFFFFF (Hex)

Export a list of all XenApp 7.x published applications via Powershell

If you want to export a list of all published applications used in your environment you can do this with PowerShell. First add the Citrix PowerShell snapin: asnp Citrix.* Then run the Command which will export a TXT File which contains the Published Name and the Application Name. This can be extended to almost anything you need. More parameters you'll find in the Citrix Developer Documentation: MaxRecordCount 300 extends the output to 300 objects. The default value is 250. If you have more then 250 Applications you need this value.  Get-Brokerapplication -MaxRecordCount 300 | Select-Object PublishedName,ApplicationName | fl >c:\application.txt Then you'll find the TXT file in your specified output folder: It will be displayed like this:

Empty start menu with Citrix Profile Manager after upgrading to XenApp 7.15 LTSR CU3

After upgrading from XenApp version 7.11 to 7.15 LTSR CU3 the start menu for all Users stays empty. There are no programms or other shortcuts left which were added from the User. As workaround there is a registry empty which will solve the problem. update -> HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ImmersiveShell\StateStore -> ResetCache -> REG_DWORD -> 00000001 Afterwards your start menu will roam just like before without any issues.