Citrix StoreFront Multi-Site Aggregation with PowerShell

Learn how to configure Citrix StoreFront multi-site aggregation with PowerShell. This is a must for complex enterprise environments, since the StoreFront console cannot be used for advanced configurations.

Citrix StoreFront Multi-Site Aggregation with PowerShell - StoreFront console user mapping and multi-site aggregation configuration

In older versions of StoreFront, you had to manually modify the web.config file located in the directory C:\inetpub\%IISDirectory%\Citrix\%StoreName% to be able to configure advanced settings. In the latest StoreFront versions, this is no longer necessary, since all necessary PowerShell cmdlets are now available.

In this article, I offer a complete PowerShell script to configure multi-site aggregation and user mapping, as well as a detailed explanation how to use this script.

Read the entire article on the Citrix User Group Community (MyCUGC) website: Citrix StoreFront Multi-Site Aggregation with PowerShell.

For more information on how to automate the installation and configuration of Citrix StoreFront see the article Citrix Storefront Unattended Installation with PowerShell.

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Dennis Span works as a Senior Citrix Architect for a large insurance company in Vienna, Austria. He holds multiple certifications such as CCE-V, CCIA and CCEA. In 2017, Dennis became a Citrix Technology Advocate (CTA). Besides his interest in virtualization technologies and blogging, he loves spending time with his family as well as snowboarding, playing basketball and rowing. He is fluent in Dutch, English, German and Slovak and speaks some Spanish.

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