Christiaan Brinkhoff

Christiaan Brinkhoff works as Workspace Consultant at Detron, one of the largest IT Company’s in the Netherlands. He has nearly 8 years of experience, with primary focus on the Citrix (XenApp, XenDesktop, NetScaler), VMware and Microsoft - Cloud - Mobility (Server, Office365 , Azure, Intune) products - mostly VDI and SBC Application and Desktop delivery based deployments and migrations.Christiaan holds the following Citrix and Microsoft certificates - CCA, CCAA, CCA-V, CCP-V, CCE-V, CCA-N, MCSA: Windows 10, MCSA: Office 365, MCSE Server 2008/2012/2016, MCSE: Cloud Infrastructure 2016 - and loves to share his knowledge on his own blog. @
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How to Roam your OneDrive data with FSLogix, based on a non-persistent Citrix XenApp desktop

Posted by Christiaan Brinkhoff on Apr 18, 2017 12:23:17 PM

I’ve written about the FSLogix Container solution in the past. About 6 months ago, I wrote an article about FSLogix named - Office365 on a non-persistent Citrix Desktop – where I describe how you can implement FSLogix on a Citrix XenApp (RDSH) non-persistent environment for making use of Office365 - Exchange Online / Cache Mode functionality. At that moment of writing, the OneDrive Container feature was still under development/investigation - but that changed last month – I’ve tested the today's latest FSLogix version 2.8 successfully, including the caching of all my OneDrive files!

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Topics: Citrix, Office 365, OneDrive, Citrix XenApp

Office365 on a non-persistent Citrix Desktop? FSLogix does that for you!

Posted by Christiaan Brinkhoff on Oct 17, 2016 3:07:05 PM

One problem that caused me a little headache for some days where the corrupted OST files of a customer of mine that uses Office365 / Exchange Online on top of a non-persistent (MCS) XenApp Desktop environment. One of my earlier challenges were to level the old performance with the performance they used to have before with the on-premises Exchange 2010 mail server setup. As you probably know already, Office365 is cloud based, what makes the client performance depending on the internet connection instead on the LAN, and Outlook Cache Mode a required then recommended option to configure.

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Topics: Citrix, XenDesktop, XenApp, Microsoft, non-persistent VDI, Office 365, Outlook, Cached Exchange Mode

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