• Subject: Re: CA Express, Citrix, Win2000
  • From: tomh@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 11:05:11 -0600


My experience is about 18 months old...

We installed Client Access on a WinNT 4.0 running Citrix Metaframe.  Total disaster.  We had to completely reload the Citrix machine.  Apparently, it was an older version of Citrix; so make sure you start with a really current Citrix, and have all of your service packs and PTFs up-to-date.

But just in case, make sure you've got enough space on the PCs - you may wind up installing CA on each one anyway (which is we wound up doing at the time).



"Jim Franz" <franz400@triad.rr.com>
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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.
Jim


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