Provisioning Services 7.16
Provisioning Services 7.16 (PDF Download)
Documentation for this product version is provided as a PDF because it is not the latest version. For the most recently updated content, see the Citrix Provisioning current release documentation. That documentation includes instructions for upgrading from earlier versions.
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Provisioning Services (PVS) is software streaming technology that delivers patches, updates, and other configuration information to multiple virtual desktop endpoints through a shared desktop image. It centralizes virtual machine management while reducing the operational and storage costs of a virtualized desktop environment.
The following items are errata for the Provisioning Services 7.16 documentation. Errata are content issues, such as errors or missing information, that could affect your use of the product.
- Known issues: Provisioning Services UEFI target devices do not support the List local hard disk in boot menu option. If you select this option in the boot menu, the system does not boot to hard disk for UEFI target devices. Instead, the system shows the boot menu again after timing out.
Creating self-signed certificates with PoSH for Linux streaming
To create a certificate:
- Use the following PowerShell command (as an administrator) to create a self-signed certificate for the PVSSoap container:
#New-SelfSignedCertificate –Type SSLServerAuthentication –Container PVSSoap –Subject “CN=PVS-01.fqdn” –CertStoreLocation “Cert:\LocalMachine\My” –KeyExportPolicy Exportable
The ‘New-selfSignedCertificate’ command requires PowerShell 5.0 or later. Windows Server 2012 comes with PowerShell 4.0 which does not accept this command.