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Most blade servers ship with some form of imaging software Each of these imaging solutions offers image capture and deployment to servers A base image can be installed on a single machine, which is stored on the image server and can then be deployed to all other like servers in your data center You can image the base OS, and then have the imaging software perform an unattended install of Presentation Server using an answer file or you can image the system with Presentation Server already installed For more information about using the HP Rapid Deployment Pack to deploy Presentation Server, see the HP whitepaper Using HP ProLiant Essentials Rapid Deployment Pack 151 to deploy Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server on HP ProLiant servers
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NOTE If the Presentation Server is to have remapped drives, then running drive remap after the imaging process is complete is best because of incompatibilities with some third-party imaging solutions
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If a cloned version of Presentation Server is deployed, a few steps must first be performed to allow the Presentation Server to function properly Most imaging software suites enable the administrator to define scripts to be run on the server after imaging completes MetaFrame Feature Release 3 and later includes a utility called Apputil Apputil is a command-line utility that adds a server to the Configured Servers list of a published application If the application does not exist on the server, then Apputil can also be used to deploy the application using an Installation Manager package With this utility, the administrator can script various different configurations of a Presentation Server installation, depending on the application silo in which it resides Once the machine has finished imaging, the script executes and the Installation Manager package is deployed to the server For more information regarding this utility, please refer to the MetaFrame Presentation Server Administrator s Guide The MFCOM SDK also allows for the scripting of other configuration options through most kinds of scripting languages Through the MFCOM SDK, new applications can be published; the data collector preference level can be set, load-evaluators applied, and so forth This allows Presentation Server configuration tweaks to be applied on the fly as well Please refer to the MFCOM SDK documentation for scripting usage
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In the event of a hardware failure, blades present the opportunity simply to pull out the one experiencing the failure and to replace it with a new server blade Presentation Server can then be imaged back down to the new blade If the blade server assumes the same name, then it continues to function in the capacity as the previous Presentation Server that had the same name NOTE For servers that were previously hosting an indirect data store, the data store needs to be migrated using the dsmaint command Refer to the MetaFrame Presentation Server Administrator s Guide for instructions
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A few manual steps are required for cloning Presentation Servers These steps vary, depending on the type of data store used for the farm, and are described in the following sections Presentation Server is compatible with server cloning, but cloning software can contain issues that cause the OS or its add-ons to function incorrectly after being cloned When using server cloning, it is important to clone one server and test its operation before deploying the rest of the farm
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Citrix Presentation Server 40 Deployment
CAUTION Do not attempt to image a server with an SSL certificate installed because SSL certificates are unique to the hardware
Precloning Considerations
Zone settings are not retained when cloning a server When the IMA service on the cloned server starts for the first time, the Presentation Server joins the default zone The name of the default zone is the ID of the subnet on which the cloned server resides When deploying images to servers on multiple subnets, assign zone information for each server after the imaging process completes Prior to changing the Security ID (SID) on the machine used to access the Presentation Server Console, add one of the following as a Citrix Administrator with read-write privileges: A domain administrator The Local Administrators group A local administrator from a machine where the SID is not being changed
CAUTION Do not attempt to use drive image software to restore an image of a Presentation Server with remapped drives Remapped drives partially revert to the original configuration on the deployed server, rendering the server unusable Servers with remapped drives may be duplicated using a hardware solution, such as Compaq Smart Array controllers with RAID1 drive mirroring Also, some drive imaging software, such as Symantec Ghost, provides configuration settings to preserve the remapped drives, letters, and signatures Consult your drive imaging software s documentation to determine if it supports these features You must do the following before re-imaging a server that is already a member of a Presentation Server farm To prepare a server in a Citrix Presentation Server Farm for re-imaging: 1 From the Presentation Server Console, remove the list of servers configured to host any applications 2 Remove the server from the server farm by uninstalling Presentation Server 3 If the server entry still exists in the Presentation Server Console server list, rightclick and manually remove the server name from the server list 4 Apply the system image and add the server to the server farm IMPORTANT If a server is not removed from a Presentation Server farm before a new system image is applied to it, performance problems can result The Presentation Server Console can display invalid data if the server is added back to the same server farm This is because the old server s host record in the data store is applied to the newly imaged server If cloning is not an option, such as when configuring with remapped drives, consider creating custom unattended installation scripts for both the OS and applications, including Presentation Server
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