Tuning and Tweaking Tips for Terminal/Citrix Server Environments

by Jeremy Saunders on May 15, 2008

This is the essentially an index to some blogs and articles for tuning and tweaking Terminal / Citrix Server environments. I am doing this for a number of reasons…

  1. I continually get asked for help and advice from colleagues. It would be easier to point people somewhere where they can access all the required information.
  2. Some customers may challenge my design decisions or just question why I have implemented certain registry changes. The blogs I write here, or reference from elsewhere, will be a deep dive into the areas discussed, which will, in plain English, help to justify those settings.

For the most part, you can retrieve all this by “Googling”. But many don’t even understand the basics. So I hope this goes a long way to help many with the stability and useability of their environments.

Thanks for reading!

Jeremy Saunders

Jeremy Saunders

Independent Consultant | Contractor | Microsoft & Citrix Specialist | Desktop Virtualization Specialist at J House Consulting
Jeremy is a highly respected, IT Professional, with over 30 years’ experience in the industry. He is an independent IT consultant providing expertise to enterprise, corporate, higher education and government clients. His skill set, high ethical standards, integrity, morals and attention to detail, coupled with his friendly nature and exceptional design and problem solving skills, makes him one of the most highly respected and sought after Microsoft and Citrix technical resources in Australia. His alignment with industry and vendor best practices puts him amongst the leaders of his field.
Jeremy Saunders
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