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Starting up on Desktop Virtualization

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I’ve recently come across a great new product from Citrix called Citrix VDI-in-a-Box. Per the Citrix website:

Citrix VDI-in-a-Box 5.0 makes deploying virtual desktops easier, more intuitive and even simpler than ever before. With a completely revamped administration interface, the latest HDX technology stack, expanded hypervisor choices that include Microsoft Hyper-V, and a completely integrated Citrix offering, VDI-in-a-Box beta makes virtual desktops a breeze.

Citrix customers may have also heard of Citrix XenDesktop. Two desktop virtualization products? Which one is right for you? If you want to know more info, check out this article XenDesktop or VDI-in-a-Box? How to choose?

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Written by jpaloma

February 1, 2012 at 10:33 AM

Posted in Citrix

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  1. This totally off topic…I’m studying for the 70-680 and am really having difficulty. Found your video series and was working lesson #1. All was going fine until the last step where the PE iso was to be created. (“oscdimg -n…”). I typed it exactly and first got error 5: access is denied. Retyped it all over again and got “The system cannot find the path specified”…
    I’m using LearnKey video training…it is very superficial and has little detail. Reading the Microsoft book is extremely difficult. I was starting to have success with your video…but then am stuck again. I am thinking I should just give it all up. (I have my A+ and Network+). Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks, Bryan.

    Bryan Hurd

    March 17, 2012 at 10:39 PM

    • Hello! Thanks for viewing the video. Check if you have WRITE access to the designation folder, in the case of the video it’s C:\winpe_x86

      jpaloma

      December 29, 2012 at 6:36 AM


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