Installation and Configuration of Delivery Controller

We’ll install our first Delivery Controller. The DC can be installed onto Server 2016, 2012 or 2019.  For more details: https://docs.citrix.com/en-us/citrix-virtual-apps-desktops/system-requirements.html

Installation of the core components is the Delivery Controller, Director, StoreFront, and License Server on a single server.

Step 1: Mount ISO on a Windows Server 2016 and run AutoSelect.

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Step 2: Click Start.

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Step 3: Click Delivery Controller.

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Step 4: Accept the Terms of Service, and click Next.

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Step 5: Select the components necessary and click Next.

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Step 6: I’ll use External SQL Server, use only SQL Express for POC.  By default, this selection is enabled. Requirement Database. 

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Step 7: Click Next.

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Step 8: Review and Finish.

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Step 9: The installation will continue after restart. Click Close.

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Wait a few minutes.

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Step 10: Select “I do not want to connect to Smart Tolls” and click Next.

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Step 11: Click Finish to complete the Controller installation.

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Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Site Setup

Step 12: Select Deliver applications and desktops to create the site.

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Step 13: Select “A fully configured, production-ready Site” and provide Name for site and Next.

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Step 14: Input details the SQL Server click in Next. DB’s will create automatically.

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Step 15: On the Licensing page, enter the name of the License Server, and click Next.

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Step 16: Select “No machine management” and click Next.

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Step 17: Click on Next.

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Step 18: Review and click on Finish.

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Wait a few minutes.

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It will take some time for the site to be created.

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Hope this post is useful. Check out the other parts.

Guide parts:

Part 1: Installation and Configuration of Citrix Virtual Apps e Desktops 1903 on vSphere 6.7

Part 2: Installation and Configuration of Delivery Controller

Part 3: To change the base URL of the StoreFront

Part 4: Configure VMware vCenter Integration

Part 5: Installation and configuration Server VDI

 

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