We're big users of Citrix running on NT 4 servers.  We try to stay away
from apps that you have to bend over backwards to get to install (except
for Lotus Notes, which forces us to install a separate copy for every
user).  Don't know about putting CA Express on there because we use
Reflection from WRQ to give everyone 5250.  Seems to work pretty well.

Don't know how helpful that is to you...

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Estes Express Lines

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<<Our site is considering Citrix for our Win2000  desktops,
with CA Express. I read the CA Home page & info  apars
and got the impression it can be something other  than
a smooth install. Any experiences or tips to  share?
The pc's are spread over many local buildings and
around the country via frame. Many pc's have a  printer
in the parallel port, and some network printers.
We do run mostly S36 screen pgms (old package) and
have been using CA named devices for terminals  & printers.
Some pc's have Win95/98, but all should have  W2000
before Citrix added.
Thanks in advance.

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