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Recently a client had the following come up on their StoreFront Event Viewer

Failed to launch the resource ‘WTCITRIX.XenApp Desktop $S1-1’, unable to obtain a ticket from the configured Secure Ticket Authorities.

 

This is usually mimicked with an Error on the reciver end

Connection to “Desktop” Failed with Status (Unknown client error 0)

Make sure your Citrix StoreFront is configured with the STA details in the NetScaler Gateway section (remember you only need to use the STA in case of remote users, for which you would have to configure a NetScaler Gateway). They need to be the same also clear DNS cache if you have recently updated a DNS Record

Similarly the NetScaler itself is configured with the STA details. 

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image1[1]Recently I was trying to take a backup of the configuration for a NetApp SAN for a scheduled power shutdown. Per this useful guide : http://pipe2text.com/?page_id=1472 this can be done through the OnCommand facility.

However once I tried to create the backup file I was given the error configuration plugin for data ontap version 8.1.1 is not installed. A look on Netapp Support shows I would need to download the software and install , however when I checked the below I only found version 8.1.3 which means I would need to reinstall and upgrade. I just wanted to get a config backup before the power down!!!

  1. Go to http://support.netapp.com & login using your account.
  1. Go to Download -> Software
  1. Go to the Data ONTAP download section and supply the model of your controller (FAS2240-4) and click “GO”.
  1. In the “Data ONTAP for FAS2240-4” page, find ONTAP 8.1.1 and click “View and Download” button.
  1. Scroll down to the section titled, “Support for OnCommand Core Package or Operations Manager and DataFabric® Manager server multiple-system configurations
  1. Click the link under that section titled “Data ONTAP 8.1.1 Operating in 7-Mode Plug-in for DataFabric Manager Server”.

So I found another way 🙂

1) Login to the netapp controllers indivdually via SSH ( not through the service port )

2) Run ‘config dump -v nameofbackup’, this will backup to the \etc\configs directory

3) Open \\nameofnetappcontroller\c$ ( Samba share )

4) Browse to \\nameofnetappcontroller\c$\etc\configs and copy the file off

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