Configuring Citrix MetaFrame for Windows 2000 Terminal Services

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ICA Clients are offered at no cost to the end user. Citrix works in advance with OEMs and device makers to ensure ICA Clients are of the highest quality and are well supported.


When moving to the Internet, security is a major consideration that cannot be overemphasized. The firewall is the primary means of control between the Internet and the enterprise. Additional measures can be used such as a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and portal technologies. To protect against eavesdropping between external connection points, encryption such as Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Citrix Secure ICA are the best security measures. Security issues are described in the next section. Another feature of NFuse is that the communication does not rely on User Datagram Protocol (UDP) information being broadcast to the Web browser.

Configuring the Original Installation


When publishing applications to Internet users, the primary configuration is already complete by virtue of the initial installation. What needs to be done on the server is to access the Published Application Manager and create the .ICA and .HTM files. The files must be saved together in the folder that the Published Application Internet link points to. If the page that is presenting the published application is to have a company approved appearance, the page will need to be modified to include the new application link. On the other hand, if the created .HTM template is to be used, it will require modification.


1.    Log on to the Citrix server and launch the Published Application Manager tool.


2.    Right-click on the desired published application and select Write ICA File from the drop-down list as shown in Figure 12.4.

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