How to Analyze HDX Bandwidth with ControlUp 6.0 ControlUp 6.0 introduces new HDX session bandwidth related columns. The Analyze Network Issues package consists of three unique scripts: Analyze High Latency Issues delivers a breakdown of the Protocol Latency column into all the phases between the XenApp/VDI machine and the end user device, using the tracert.exebuilt-in-windows […]
ControlUp has announced that they have released a new product called ControlUp Insights, a new, innovative SaaS offering that provides collective analytics, interactive historical reports and control of hybrid cloud applications. For the first time, ControlUp’s collective analytics enables IT administrators, to not only compare their IT operations historically for their own baselines , but […]
Alexander Ervik Johnsen advanced task manager, ControlUp, Desktop Management, enterprise system management, event log viewer, event viewer, Group Policy, management console, Power management, remote event viewer, remote task manager, Server Monitoring, smart-x, terminal server console, terminal services server, windows event viewer, windows registry, windows service manager 0 Comment
Let’s face it, if you used EdgeSight for some time, you might be pretty frustrated with all the data that it gives you. Not just that, it gives you monitoring information that you do not really need, right? Well, since EdgeSight is not getting any more development from Citrix, it’s time to look at other […]
Smart-X releases ControlUp 2.0 to the general public. Existing (and new) customers are encouraged to upgrade to the new version and start enjoying the new features and enhancements. ControlUp 2.0 is our first major release since launching ControlUp 1.x back in September 2011.
If you overlook multi-user environments and are required to prevent and troubleshoot performance issues, application failures and operating system errors, chances are that you are tired of hopping between remote connections, screens and management consoles, pin pointing and trying to solve the real issues with your VDI or terminal server farms. What if you could […]