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Quadrotech PST Flight Deck 8.1 - Deployment Guide

Overview

The ASW works as a wrapper for Outlook on an application streaming solution. Upon launch, it checks to see if a user is enabled for migration. If they are enabled, it quickly closes open connections to PST files associated with the user’s Outlook profile during that streaming session. Once it has completed, it launches Outlook and maintains the standard user experience without any of the PST files connected. There is no interaction required from users streaming Outlook but their experience will be impacted as PST files will no longer be attached to their streamed Outlook instance. The ASW is frequently used in conjunction with the Central Upload Agent to enable discovered files to be uploaded from shared resources without the use of a traditional Migration Agent.

Installation

The ASW is currently only available by contacting Quadrotech.

The installation for the ASW is a manual process. The ASW installation media contains a number of files. The following table shows the files and their functions:

Component

Description

MigrationAgentCitrixClient.exe

Outlook wrapper published via streaming solution

MigrationAgentCitrixClient.exe.config

Configuration file for the wrapper

NLog.config

Configuration file for logging

NLog.dll

ASW required library

Profman.dll

ASW required library

Installation of the ASW involves copying the above files to the streaming solution server and completing the applicable configuration for the wrapper.

Configuration

After manual installation of the ASW has completed, there are several areas that should be evaluated for configuration.

Wrapper

Configuration of the ASW is required prior to use. All configuration changes to the ASW takes place in the MigrationAgentCitrixClient.exe.config file with the exception of logging. The format of this file is standard XML format and can be edited in any text editor.

Configuration parameters available are as follows:

·OutlookPath – Local Path of the Outlook.exe on the streaming server

·DisconnectSession – Controls behavior of the session after PST file detachment

·DisconnectSessionCommand – Command issued upon session disconnection

·DisconnectSessionMessage – Text informing user of change, forced session disconnection, and the need to reconnect to continue working

·DisconnectSessionCaption – Text used for title bar of DisconnectSessionMessage

·endpoint address – The AdvancedClient.svc endpoint hosted by the IIS instance on the PST Flight Deck server.

Below are some configuration options and examples:

Property

Accepted Value

Example Value

OutlookPath

Valid local path to Outlook.exe

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office14\Outlook.exe

DisconnectSession

TRUE/FALSE

TRUE

DisconnectSessionCommand

Any command line directive executable by user initiating session *

shutdown /l /f

DisconnectSessionMessage

Plain text

Your Outlook profile has been changed. Please restart your session

DisconnectSessionCaption

Plain text

Session Disconnected

endpoint address

Full URL to the PST Flight Deck Server hosted AdvancedClient.svc

http://pstflightdeckalias/PSTFlightDeckWS/AdvancedClient.svc

* Omitting the logoff command (/l) may result in the host machine shutting down. We recommend using the force command (/f).

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