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Monday, September 1, 2014

Citrix Receiver for Windows 4.1 Cumulative Update 1

Citrix has released Cumulative Update 1 for Windows Receiver, new version reported is 4.1.100.12

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To see changes and download installation file :

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX140265

Apply Network Settings in a task sequence - Part 4

Links: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4

OSDAdapter0EnableWINS

Set this to True to use WINS for name resolution.

Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0EnableWINS=True

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OSDAdapter0WINSServerList

Comma-delimited list of WINS server IP addresses. This property is ignored unless EnableWINS is set to True.
Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0WINSServerList=10.10.10.1,10.10.10.2

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OSDAdapter0TcpipNetbiosOptions

Options for NetBIOS over TCP/IP. Possible values are:

  • 0 Use NetBIOS settings from DHCP server (Default).
  • 1 Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP.
  • 2 Disable NetBIOS over TCP/IP.

Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0TcpipNetbiosOptions=2

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OSDAdapter0Name

Name of the network connection as it appears in the network connections control panel program. The name is between 0 and 255 characters in length.

Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0Name=Test

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OSDDNSDomain

Specifies the primary DNS suffix used by the destination computer

Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDDNSDomain=gt.local

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OSDAdapter0MacAddress

Media access controller (MAC) address used to match settings to physical network adapter. If used you must specify MAC address on all interfaces.

With this setting you make sure that your setting for example for OSDAdapter0 is applied to a specific adapter.

Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0MacAddress=00:50:56:34:FB:23

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Monday, August 25, 2014

Apply Network Settings in a task sequence - Part 3

Links: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4

OSDAdapter0DNSServerList

Comma-delimited list of DNS servers for the adapter.

Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0DNSServerList=10.10.10.1,10.10.10.2

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OSDAdapter0DNSDomain

Domain Name System (DNS) domain for the adapter.

Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0DNSDomain=gt.local

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OSDAdapter0EnableFullDNSRegistration

Set to True to register the IP address for the adapter in DNS under the full DNS name for the computer. If set to False or not set the setting Register this connection’s addresses in DNS won’t be selected.

Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0EnableFullDNSRegistration=True

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OSDAdapter0EnableDNSRegistration

Setting this to True will select Use this connection’s DNS suffix in DNS registration. If set to False or not set the setting won’t be selected.

Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0EnableDNSRegistration=True

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Stay tuned for part 4.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Apply Network Settings in a task sequence - Part 2

Links: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4

OSDAdapter0EnableDHCP

Set this to True to enable Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) for the adapter (obtain an IP address automatically). Setting it to False will disable DHCP (Use the following IP address).

Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0EnableDHCP=False

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OSDAdapter0IPAddressList

Comma-delimited list of IP addresses for the adapter. This property is ignored unless EnableDHCP is set to false. If you enter two subnet masks you must also enter two IP addresses.

OSDAdapter0IPAddressList and OSDAdapter0SubnetMask must therefor match in numbers if this is not the case you will get error 0x8000FFFF.

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Result in Windows (one IP address and subnet mask used):

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Task Sequence example (one IP address and subnet mask used):

OSDAdapter0IPAddressList=10.10.10.209

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Result in Windows (two IP addresses and subnet masks used):

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Task Sequence example (two IP addresses and subnet masks used):

OSDAdapter0IPAddressList=10.10.10.220,10.10.10.230

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OSDAdapter0SubnetMask

Comma-delimited list of subnet masks. This property is ignored unless EnableDHCP is set to false. If you enter two IP addresses you must also enter two subnet masks.

OSDAdapter0IPAddressList and OSDAdapter0SubnetMask must therefor match in numbers.

Result in Windows (one subnet mask an IP address used) :

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Task Sequence example (one subnet mask an IP address used):

OSDAdapter0SubnetMask=255.255.255.0

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Result in Windows (two subnet masks and IP addresses used) :

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Task Sequence example (two subnet masks and IP addresses used) :

OSDAdapter0SubnetMask=255.255.255.128,255.255.255.128

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OSDAdapter0Gateways

Comma-delimited list of IP gateway addresses. This property is ignored unless EnableDHCP is set to false. I will ignore that we are able to add more than one gateway in this example.

Result in Windows:

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Task Sequence example:

OSDAdapter0Gateways=10.10.10.1

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Stay tuned for part 3.