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 »
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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 »
As I’m always forgetting these, I thought I’d make a note. When installing software on a Microsoft Terminal Server, you need to set the server to be in installation mode to support folder virtualisation for users. One way to make sure that this works is to install any new software through Add/Remove Programs, and then [...]Read the rest of this entry »
There’s a small incompatibility in Beryl which causes certain program windows to appear translucent or transparent. A simple fix for this is to Open up the Beryl Settings manager Click Windows Management Enable and select the WIndow Specific Settings option Under the Rules tab, expand Disable ARGB Visual, and click Add (the + button). Select [...]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.
This is how it’s done with Thinstation 2.2Read the rest of this entry »