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Log on but unable to see corporate software on my Windows Vista . SOS!

Log on but unable to see corporate software on my Windows Vista . SOS!

Log on but unable to see corporate software on my Windows Vista . SOS!

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Hi experts,

For more than 10 monthes I was able to work from home throght citrix and perfectly used all employer company software and toOls.
Recently something happened that I stopped get software any more.

Although I am still able to log on to corporate system PC through citrix but I am unable to see software. Actually I am even unable to see the whole corporate interface. When I open the list of program I see just my home pc software.

It looks like I am partly in my home system and partly at employer company and I still can access my employer company network and even open documents.

Probem is that my employer Help Desk only supports systems running MS Windows XP while my home system is Windows VISTA( with IE8).

I tried to off my windows firewall. It has no effect.
I tried to uninstall citrix and install it again. It has no effect

I desperately need citrix asap. Could you please help me with it?

Thank you in advance,

Katrin
 

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