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We are in the begining stages of GroupWise - meaning we have the serve

We are in the begining stages of GroupWise - meaning we have the serve

We are in the begining stages of GroupWise - meaning we have the serve

(OP)
We are in the begining stages of GroupWise - meaning we have the server running NW5 but have not installed GW yet. We have a Novell Network, also we run Citrix Winframe 1.7 for approx. 100 of our users. I was under the impression that GW 5 could not be run on these servers, that we would have to use the old GW 4 client? Obviously we do not want to support both 4 & 5, and the old client is not as user friendly. Has anyone tested GW 5.5 on Citrix? I would appreciate any help, suggestions you can give me.

Thanks,

Leslie Houghtaling
CFCU

RE: We are in the begining stages of GroupWise - meaning we have the serve

Leslie -
GroupWise 5.x requires that the users be part of NDS, since GroupWise admin is an extension of NWADMN with GW 5.x. I would think that users on a Citrix server could use a current GW 5 client to access their mailboxes, as long as they are also part of NDS. I haven't tried it yet - you take a shot at it and let us know how it goes!

Fred Wagner
frwagne@ci.long-beach.ca.us

RE: We are in the begining stages of GroupWise - meaning we have the serve

You could use the GroupWise 5.5 remote client on the Citrix, connecting them to the GroupWise server via TCP/IP. The management of GW 5.5 requires NDS and the user must exist in the NDS tree and within GroupWise, but there is no requirement to have a NetWare client of any kind on a workstation in order to access GroupWise from that workstation.

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