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Getting Started with Citrix XenApp® 7.6 by Konstantin Cvetanov

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Summary

In conclusion, MCS is a very solid mechanism for server and desktop provisioning. You can create, add, and update XenApp servers from a single image. With MCS, you can also remove machines from the XenApp site with the capability of totally eliminating footprints on the IT infrastructure. In addition to this, all management tasks are done from Citrix Studio, which facilitates maintenance and it gives IT administrators a single control point for the environment. However, MCS is not the only method to build virtual machines in XenApp. There is another technology called Citrix PVS, which can deploy and manage both Citrix (XenApp/XenDesktop) and non-Citrix workloads in both physical and virtual systems. In fact, PVS is so widely popular in ...

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