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Discussion in 'Training & Development' started by Mark-K, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. Mark-K

    Mark-K Bit Poster

    I have a job interview next week, spec says ill be supporting users remotely using Citrix. Haven't got any experience with it and want to study the basics.

    Would I be using Xen Desktop? Is there a way to setup a home lab? I have a VirtualBox setup.
    Certifications: CCNA, JNCIA, JNCIS, JNCIP
  2. OnFire

    OnFire Nibble Poster

    I would more than likely say it would be Citrix Presentation Server/Xenapp.

    Read it on it what you can but you will not be able to "learn" it in such a short space of time and it might be worth mentioning that in the interview if asked (So not to look daft and blow the interview trying to answer technical questions on it).

    If you wanted to set up a lab I would suggest two Windows terminal servers and as least one client os. (Maybe more for a domain controller, etc). Mainly just get to grips with the Citrix client, how to configure, how it works, what ports it uses and what it actually is.
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