Something that comes up irregularly with clients: How do I change the settings of the logon screen for Citrix’s web interface? And the good news is that it’s quite simple. Open up your webbrowser and goto https://nfuseserver/citrix/metaframe/wiadmin remembering to change nfuseserver with the name of your own server. Once in, you can configure your farms [...]Read the rest of this entry »
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I had some trouble getting the ICA client to connect to a site in Ubuntu today. Actually, it’s been for a few days. I’m not entirely sure if I’ve used Ubuntu for Citrix stuff. Anyway, whenever clicking on a connection on the Citrix web interface, the webica application would fail with this error: “Proxy connection [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Installing Citrix correctly, and with confidence is generally an important issue. Some bad choices early can cause you a lot of headaches later on. Today, I found a good site a Methodology in a Box, which outlines good practices for deploying various versions of Citrix and TS. Even better, the guides can be downloaded in [...]Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve found that it is nice to be able to deploy the reg.ini for Citrix ICA through PXE booting. The reg.ini file stores data such as the location of the NFuse server configuration files for the PNAgent, default username and domain details and various other settings.
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Recently I had some grief trying to allow non administrator / power users from using the Citrix web ICA client. Whenever the connection to the presentation server would happen, the connection would timeout with no error message. After scouring the internet, I found an article where the system admin decided to make all users using [...]Read the rest of this entry »