With RDS and XenApp you like to customize the Adobe Reader installation, which allows you to configure some settings and remove some features. This post describes how to customize Adobe Reader and also deploy the updates. Before you can start with the deploying Adobe Reader you need to download the following files: Customization Wizard; Adobe Reader 11.00.00; Choose the language you like to use. Adobe Reader Updates; Choose the appropriate language or
Download de HP agent for Xenserver from the HP site: HP Agent Look at the revision section to see if you have the latest version. Go to the ILO site of the host which you would like to update/install, open an Integrated remote console session. Mount the HP agent ISO to the server.
Installing a Antivirus solution on a Porvisioned disk can be a problem, not all the programs support this way of deployment and are working well. One of those is Trend Micro Officescan. I did a search and came accross a solution written by Neil Spelling. He discoverd that the client registers with a unique GUID and when using provisioning all the servers are having the same GUID and the management
Last my XenServer where crashing randomly, we used Auto Support to look if something was wrong but nothing was showed. After some time looking at the difference between servers that where crashing and those that weren’t crashing I found that within the Smart Array controller I enabled “Write-Cache Battery Override”, after I Disabled this the servers weren’t crashing anymore.
When configuring Adobe Reader XI to disable “Display PDF in Browser” you Adobe released ADM and ADMX files, but they didn’t worked for me. You can download them here: Adobe Reader XI ADM(X)Templates. Whe opening Adobe Reader and you like to disable “Display PDF in Browser”, you are redirected to a website to manage Internet Explorer Add-ons, I use the Group Policy to control the environment and manage my Add-ons