Citrix Workspace 2001

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Mark Wesker - President/CEO

  1. It is an optional download, provided on an as-is basis by Citrix to serve as an example. Before use, IT administrators must customize the scripts to suit their environment. The uninstall and install scripts may be used as noted in the upgrade guide for Citrix Workspace app for Windows. Version: 20.6.0.38 (2006.1) Checksums.
  2. Citrix Workspace app 2001 introduced a fundamental registration change for virtual channels which conflicts with previous Citrix Workspace installations. This has resulted in a known issue when upgrading from Citrix Workspace app 1912 or earlier to 2001 or later. This can be resolved by re-running the deviceTRUST Client installer.
  3. Citrix Workspace app 2001 introduced a fundamental registration change for virtual channels which conflicts with previous Citrix Workspace installations. This has resulted in a known issue when upgrading from Citrix Workspace app 1912 or earlier to 2001 or later. This can be resolved by re-running the deviceTRUST Client installer.

Mark is the Company founder, CEO and serial entrpreneur. In his first start-up, he co-founded Sequoia Software, where he served as its President/COO from inception, through its IPO (NASDAQ:SQSW), and until it was acquired by Citrix Systems, Inc. ('CTXS) in May 2001. Mark then joined Citrix as its Vice President of Internet Strategy and served as a member of Citrix's Executive Management Team. He was a co-founder of Artifact Software, an online, social code-sharing site before starting Workspace.com with the Company CTO, Paul Martin. Mark served as the Board Chairman of the Greater Baltimore Technology Council, and is the Managing Member of West Street Ventures.

Paul Martin - CTO

Paul co-founded Workspace.com and is responsible for strategy and product development. Prior to Workspace.com, Paul managed a global development team while serving as Citrix Systems' VP & Chief Architect of Web Products. At Citrix, Paul architected NFuse Elite, the first simple, secure, out-of-the-box corporate portal. He also architected products for the small to mid-sized market and oversaw Citrix's worldwide, distributed development efforts. Prior to Citrix, Paul was VP of Development and CTO at Sequoia Software (NASDAQ:SQSW).

Eric Hyatt - COO

Citrix Workspace app for Windows is an easy-to-install app that provides access to your applications and desktops using Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops from a remote client device. Citrix Workspace app provides access from your desktop, Start menu, Citrix Workspace user interface, or web browsers.

Eric brings over 25 years of business experience to Workspace Software. He has been directly responsible for acquisition, development and sale of Chemco Paper and Medical Supplies, Inc., E&S Services Inc., Automated Food Services, Inc., and Cleawater Farms. Before that, Eric served as VP Sales and Marketing for QC Corporation, a Maryland headquartered chemical company with over 30M in annual revenues.

Doug D'Argenio - VP Corporate Development

Doug brings 20 years of software industry experience to Workspace.com. Doug served as VP of Enterprise Solutions at Number Six Software. Before that he was at SteelTrace, running business development and strategic alliances. Doug began his software career at Rational Software, and when he left there, he was Director of Strategic Alliances, responsible for Rational's corporate partnerships.

Derek Vansant - VP Marketing

Derek has spent the last 15+ years building and scaling demand generation operations for more than a dozen growth stage technology companies as both an employee and consultant. His experience ranges from seed stage companies to high volume operations producing more than $100 million in qualified pipeline per year.

downloadWhy can't I download this file?Event ID 28, Task Category 2001:
Failed to launch the resource 'Cloud Connectors.Remote Desktop - ABCXYZ' using the Citrix XML Service at address 'http://xxx.yyy.zzz/scripts/wpnbr.dll'. The XML service returned error: 'no-available-workstation'.
Event ID 0, Task Category 12346:
The Citrix servers reported an unspecified error from the XML Service at address http://xxx.yyy.zzz/scripts/wpnbr.dll [NFuseProtocol.TRequestAddress].
Event ID 4003, Task Category 12346:
The Citrix servers sent HTTP headers indicating that an error occurred: 500 Internal Server Error. This message was reported from the XML Service at address http://xxx.yyy.zzz//scripts/ctxmcp.dll [MachineControlProtocol.TRequestPowerOffMachine]. The specified Citrix XML Service could not be contacted and has been temporarily removed from the list of active services.
Event ID 4003, Task Category 12346:
All the Citrix XML Services configured for farm Cloud Connectors failed to respond to this XML Service transaction.
Event ID 28, Task Category 2001:
Failed to launch the resource 'Cloud Connectors.Remote Desktop' using the Citrix XML Service at address 'http://xxx.yyy.zzz//scripts/wpnbr.dll'. The XML service returned error: 'unspecified'.

Solution


1) Select the store on the StoreFront server
2) Manage delivery controllers

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3) Edit Delivery controller
Citrix Workspace 20014) Select Settings under the Advanced settings
5) In the configure advanced settings page click in the second column and enter a time, in minutes, for which a single server is considered offline after it fails to respond.
  • Bypass duration specifies the time in minutes that StoreFront bypasses an individual server after a failed attempt to contact that server. The default bypass duration is 60 minutes.

Problem Cause

Issue was identified as the StoreFront server marking the cloud connectors as offline when there was a network interruption. Changing the value of bypass duration time resolved the issue.

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Additional Resources

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You can now use the Application probing feature to proactively monitor the health of applications enabling you to fix issues before the user actually experiences them. For more information refer to Citrix Documentation - Application probing.