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MIMS in Citrix Environment

MIMS in Citrix Environment

MIMS in Citrix Environment

My name is okky.
I have citrix test environment with 2 server and 1 domain controller. I installed MIMS-GUI on both citrix server. But when we running the application, it's very slow comparing with workstation installation.

Do i need change 'something' in Citrix or MIMS Configuration ?

Please help,


RE: MIMS in Citrix Environment

Canadian Defence Department uses Citirx for MIMS across the World.

I am unsure of who exactly at the Candian Defence Department you could ask however, you could direct your email to the In Service Support Group - Client Services Manager Mr. Trevor Wilson wilson.tj@forces.gc.ca.

I'm sure he could direct it to the appropriate individual's for comment.

Good Luck

RE: MIMS in Citrix Environment

Things I would check for a start include
 - making sure your install is locally not on a file server.
 - if using multiple protocols eg Novel, TCPIP  Make sure  TCPIP is higher in the lookup stack.
 - I would suggest using published apps and not desktop.
 - Also try to manage(load balance?) connections, (epending on the size of your machine and what o/s) to be no more than 40.
 - Have each user have their own copy of the popups.

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