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citrix query

citrix query

citrix query

sorry for double post but i know the lad has this

setting up a farm with 8 servers - xpe  fr3 on 2003 sp1
everything is nal'd and gpo's controlled via zen etc
the servers will not be in a domain

what is best way for profiles
basically i want it to be mandatory or is volatile better?

if mandatory what is best way of doing it

RE: citrix query

Well, think of it this way.

Do you want the user to be able to add shortcuts to their Citrix desktop, or do you want to clear anything a user does after every login?  If you host office apps, and they make changes to a tool bar, do you want it to be cleared out every log out?

Personally, I only use volitile for kiosk systems and for users who suffer from a total managment lock down (temps and other low little peeps).  When I have used volitile in the past for a normal user (Citrix or other wise), I have been forced to remove the volitile setting because it annoyed to many users.  User just want to be able to create an icon or set a tool bar and have that be there on next login.

The community is not a good place to ask your question, this is a question for your customer.

Brent Schmidt        Certified nut case   
Senior Network Engineer
 http://www.kiscc.com     &n

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