Citrix Access Management Console – IMA_RESULT_FINDITEM_FAILURE

Issue:

When opening a Citrix Access Management Console console and the discovery starts, the following error shows:

IMA_RESULT_FINDITEM_FAILURE

Solution:

  1. Open XenApp Advanced Configuration
  2. Logon to the farm that has the issue
  3. Select Resource Manager
  4. Select the Farm Metric Server tab
  5. Under Current Farm Metric Servers, the Primary and Backup servers will be blank, click Change Farm Metric Servers…
  6. Select a server each for Primary and Backup, and click OK

Enable the App-V Client in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016

Group Policy:

  1. Navigate to Computer Configuration / Administrative Templates / System / App-V
  2. Open Enables App-V Client, and select Enabled
  3. Apply the GPO to the endpoint
  4. Restart the endpoint

Windows PowerShell:

  1. Open Windows PowerShell
  2. Type Enable-Appv, and press Enter
  3. Restart the endpoint

System Center Configuration Manager Task Sequence

  1. Add a Run Command Line task
  2. In the Command line window, type:
    PowerShell.exe -NoProfile -Command Enable-Appv

Create bootable XenServer 7.1 from a USB Stick

  1. Download unetbootin
  2. Open unetbootin
  3. Select DiskImage, locate and select it XenServer iso, select Type as USB Drive, and click OK
  4. Open Windows Explorer and click the USB stick
  5. Change the following:
    1. boot/isolinux/isolinux.cfg to boot/isolinux/syslinux.cfg
    2. boot/isolinux to boot/syslinux
    3. syslinux.cfg to syslinux.cfg.bak
  6. Eject the USB stick

Note: Ensure the USB stick is formatted as FAT32.

Microsoft Silverlight 5 Deployment

Download the latest Microsoft Silverlight 5 from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=229321

 

 

Silverlight_x64.exe /q /doNotRequireDRMPrompt /ignoreWarnings /noUpdate

/q = quiet installation or upgrade

/doNotRequireDRMPrompt = disables the initial prompt allowing Digital Rights Management (DRM) playback

/ignoreWarnings = non-fatal warnings will still set the return code as zero for a successful installation

/noUpdate = disables the internal updater

File ‘C:\Windows\ccmsetup\NDP452-KB2901907-x86-x64-AllOS-ENU.exe’ returned failure exit code 1603. Fail the installation. InstallFromManifest failed 0x80070643

Issue:

When performing a manual SCCM client installation, the following errors appear in relation to Microsoft .NET 4.5.2 installation failing.

File 'C:\Windows\ccmsetup\NDP452-KB2901907-x86-x64-AllOS-ENU.exe' returned failure exit code 1603. Fail the installation.

InstallFromManifest failed 0x80070643

Failed to get client version for sending state messages. Error 0x8004100e

Solution:

Download and execute the Microsoft .NET Framework Repair Tool from https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=30135

Citrix MDX Toolkit – ERROR: The app () is an AppStore app

Error:

When trying to wrap an iOS app for XenMobile, the following error appears:

ERROR: The app () is an AppStore app.

Solution:

This happens when Apple updates the Xcode license agreement (normally after an update).

  1. Go to the Spotlight Search, type in Xcode, and please Enter
  2. When Xcode launches, an “Xcode and iOS SDK License Agreement” should appear.  Click Agree.
  3. If prompted, type in your password.
  4. Close Xcode, and try to wrap the MDX app again.

App-V – Package {x} version {x} failed configuration in folder ‘C:\App-V’ with error 0x4C40320C-0x12

Issue:

In the Event Viewer, under Applications and Services Logs / Microsoft / AppV / Client / Admin, the following error appears:

Package {x} version {x} failed configuration in folder 'C:\App-V' with error 0x4C40320C-0x12

Solution:

Set the folder permission, in this case ‘C:\App-V’, to include Authenticated Users with Read & Execute permissions.  Also, set the folder Owner to SYSTEM.

Schtasks /Query ERROR: The system cannot find the path specified

Issue:

When running a schtasks /query command, for example:

schtasks /Query /TN ScheduledDefrag

the following error appears:

ERROR: The system cannot find the path specified.

Solution:

Even though the name of the task is, in this instance, ScheduledDefrag, the command is looking for the entire path

schtasks /Query /TN \Microsoft\Windows\Defrag\ScheduledDefrag

Note:

The path can be found by concatenating the “Location” and “Name (both under the general tab when the task is selected)

Citrix XenApp could not contact the server. Please check your network connection.

Issue:

When opening a published application, the following error shows:

Citrix XenApp could not contact the server. Please check your network connections.

Solution:

In Internet Explorer, ensure Use a proxy server for your LAN and Bypass proxy server for local addresses are ticked.  Click on Advanced.  Under the Exceptions / Do not use proxy server for addresses beginning with, add the domain or local subnet, and click OK