My one experience with Citrix was less than sterling... Just
remember that when you try to "blend" all these things into
a working "system", you will be dealing with several different
folks software, all trying to work together. I have heard of
folks that pulled it off with a lot of success, but be
prepared for lots of PTFs and a lot of luck.... To be fair
to the Citrix folks, I was also trying to install Network
Stations, which didn't go well at all......


> Jim Franz wrote:
> 
> 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.
> Jim
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