We don't use Citrix --- but use Terminal Services (a lot less expensive)
to access Notes email for quite a few users (especially from remote
locations where they have to VPN in).


Dale Nieswiadomy






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Date:
07/21/2009 10:53 AM
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Domino on 400 with Citrix
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We have a single iSeries running Domino on a dedicated 270 supporting 3
WAN locations. Response time in our workflow databases at the remote
locations is becoming a hot issue. It hasn't really changed recently, but

it is getting a lot of attention. We are considering a Citrix server to
improve response time. We have a "little" experience with Citrix
supporting a different application. Is this a proven solution or am I
blazing a new trail here? Has anyone published a cookbook for pulling
this off?

Phil
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