Supporting a XenDesktop environment is not just about being able to collect and consume detailed log files and traces. The fact is, it is much more than this. A good understanding of the FMA architecture and expected behavior can go a long way to resolving various technical issues. Join Kimberly Ferrie and Mick Glover as they discuss and demonstrate how to apply this knowledge when supporting a XenDesktop environment.
What you will learn
- How the various FMA services interact with each other and the Site Database
- How to check the true state of FMA services and validate site functionality through PowerShell
- How to create various types of Service and Database Schema scripts
- How to configure Site policies to control access to resources
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