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Citrix XenApp® 7.5 Desktop Virtualization Solutions by Andy Paul

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Defining your use cases

Once you have identified and organized your users, applications, and devices into logical groupings, the next step is to clearly define your use cases. This is an iterative process. Some groups might be too broad and should be split into multiple different use cases; other groups might be too tightly focused and can be combined with other use cases. You might also find that two different groups of users have a high rate of commonality and can be merged into a single case, as demonstrated in the following figure:

Defining your use cases

Creation of a use case

The idea is to minimize the number of unique use cases. There should be as many use cases ...

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