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Articles & Tutorials for December, 2005

Inside Citrix Presentation Server's Application Isolation Environments
Date - Dec 28, 2005
Author - Paul Stansel
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Performance
With the release of Presentation Server 4.0, Citrix has finally given administrators a method for isolating applications on the same server. Understanding the nuts and bolts of Isolation will make your Presentation Server 4.0 farm an even more effective tool for application deployment.
Bandwidth Management: Part 1 – The Old Fashioned Way
Date - Dec 21, 2005
Author - Andy Jones
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Performance
Bandwidth Management is one of the biggest challenges we face as server based computing engineers. Presentation Layer protocols like ICA and RDP are very sensitive to latency and link stability. This article is the first in a short series about Bandwidth Management.
Managing User Specific Application Configuration Data in a Terminal Service Environment
Date - Dec 14, 2005
Author - Brien M. Posey
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
Today almost every Windows application writes data to the Windows registry during the installation process. Although the way that the application uses the registry isnít usually a pressing issue on a standard PC, registry key placement becomes crucially important when the application is run in a Terminal Service environment. In this article, I will explain why this is the case and how the Terminal Services manages application related registry entries for multiple users.
Dealing with Poor Bandwidth and Latency
Date - Dec 07, 2005
Author - Stefan Vermeulen
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Performance
Poor bandwidth and latency can have a huge impact on the use of Server Based Computing and can lead to an unworkable environment for the end users. This article will help you understand and fight these issues where possible.

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