Citrix Federated Authentication Service: Azure AD as Identity Provider

Are you looking to provide a secure way for your users to access Citrix XenDesktop and / or XenApp resources? Do you already have Citrix NetScaler in your setup? Do you have an Azure AD subscription? Well, by combining this three building blocks in the right way, you can easily secure the remote access to your users workspaces, implement conditional access rules and enforce multi-factor authentication – all in a very user friendly manner with a consistent experience for your end users, they might be already familiar with from existing cloud services like Office 365.

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Are you looking to provide a secure way for your users to access Citrix XenDesktop and / or XenApp resources? Do you already have Citrix NetScaler in your setup? Do you have an Azure AD subscription? Well, by combining this three building blocks in the right way, you can easily secure the remote access to your users workspaces, implement conditional access rules and enforce multi-factor authentication – all in a very user friendly manner with a consistent experience for your end users, they might be already familiar with from existing cloud services like Office 365. Continue reading “Citrix Federated Authentication Service: Azure AD as Identity Provider”

OneDrive Roaming with FSLogix

The big announcement when FSLogix released their latest build of FSLogix Apps and the corresponding FSLogix Office 365 Container solution in version 2.7 was the support of Outlook Search on XenApp. But wait, there is more! For the first time the guys over at FSLogix managed to support OneDrive in non-persistent VDI deployments.

The big announcement when FSLogix released their latest build of FSLogix Apps and the corresponding FSLogix Office 365 Container solution in version 2.7 was the support of Outlook Search on XenApp. But wait, there is more! For the first time the guys over at FSLogix managed to support OneDrive in non-persistent VDI deployments. Continue reading “OneDrive Roaming with FSLogix”