The following warning applies to any workaround that suggests changing a registry entry.
Editing the registry incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Citrix cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use Registry Editor at your own risk. Be sure to back up the registry before you edit it.
IMPORTANT: If you installed or upgraded your deployment with the original 7.14 XenApp and XenDesktop ISO and VDAs, you must download the 7.14.1 XenApp and XenDesktop ISOs and VDAs, and then upgrade your deployment.
Some of the following issues might occur with the original 7.14 software; they are resolved in version 7.14.1. The first item requires a manual intervention before the upgrade to 7.14.1. For more information about 7.14.1, see the important notice at the beginning of the What’s new article.
Get-TrustDBConnection (verifies you are fixing this issue)
Set-TrustDBConnection $null (value should already be NULL, but does no harm)
Get-ConfigDBConnection (not required, but does no harm)
$cs = Get-ConfigDBConnection
Set-TrustDBConnection –DBConnection $cs
After running the cmdlets on all Controllers, launch Studio and proceed with a manual database and site upgrade.
After the database and site upgrade complete successfully, upgrade the Controllers and VDAs again, this time to version 7.14.1.
The XenApp and XenDesktop 7.14 release contains the following issues:
Components available separately on the XenApp and XenDesktop download pages have the following known issues.
For information about a workaround, see here.