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eG Enterprise provides complete logon performance visibility for Citrix Virtual App and Virtual Desktop workspaces. From Citrix ADC/StoreFront connection, to enumeration, application launch, profile load, and GPO processing, monitor logon time every step of the way and pinpoint the cause of logon slowness.
59% of Citrix admins cite slow logon as their #1 problem
Real User Monitoring
While tools like Citrix Director measure only logon from brokering to interactive session, eG Enterprise provides Citrix admins with additional insights they need to resolve logon issues: Which GPO is executing slowly? Which user’s profile is too large? Is WEM processing slow? etc.
With eG Enterprise, you can use a combination of synthetic and real-user monitoring to get incredibly deep visibility into Citrix logon performance. You can:
eG Enterprise is something we can't live without. We have been able to use eG Enterprise to quantify performance improvements in areas that we were struggling with before, and with a few changes we were able to quickly see that we had a 50% improvement in Citrix user login times.
Get detailed break-down of GPO processing. Find out if slowness is due to LDAP Bind and Domain Controller discovery.
Identify the client-side extensions applied and isolate the one that took most processing time.
Track load time of user profiles. Report on the size of each profile.
Drill down to analyze why a profile size is bigger.
eG Enterprise delivers in-depth monitoring of time taken for logon processing by the Workspace Environment Management (WEM) agent to identify logon slowness due to WEM. Get breakdown of initial processing and WEM agent processing.
Drill down to analyze duration for external task processing messages.
Keep tabs on the user’s client network connection strength and latency and be the first to know of any slowness affecting connectivity.
Citrix logon is the process of allowing a Citrix end user to login to his/her Citrix session from anywhere they can launch their published virtual applications and/or desktops. Citrix logon comprises of various steps, from browser access, StoreFront connection, authentication, enumerations of apps/desktops on StoreFront, until clicking and launching apps/desktops of interest. Because there are so many steps involved, identifying logon slowness is challenging; a Citrix logon monitoring solution is needed to help diagnose issues and ensure fast logons.