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VDI: Window's Vista and XenDesktop demo; try it yourself!

Doug is carrying this intersting demo. I too soon will be doing loads and loads of Citrix testing and demos. I will also get into the HA and Citrix space and give Oracle RAC a spin with Marathon's everRun. For now give the Xendesktop a spin yourself!

And this African perspective is very important for me as I have some very curious clients/potential clients who are deploying desktops in thousands!

See it all here and to go directly to the login:

You'll log in with:

username: demo
password: demo


After you've loggeg in and downloaded the ICA/XenDesktop toolbar, install the tool, if you do have the tool/ICA tool installed then I'd suggest you click the link, "already installed" see the following screenshots:

And then you click again "detect clients"

and I get to see these two VDI desktops (see screen shot):

Clicking on one of the remote VDI clients, you get to launch it via the ICA tool:

and then you're logged in! Enjoy your VDI ride with Citrix XenDesktop ;-)


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