Configuring Citrix MetaFrame for Windows 2000 Terminal Services

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3.    Select the amount of assistance required by selecting the desired choice and then select Next.

Figure 12.4 Creating the ICA file.

4. Select the application’s display attributes that will be viewed on the client. This can be done as pixels or as a percent of the browser window. Phoenix chose to specify the window as a percentage. This size is for the window in the Web browser, not necessarily for the application. This setting designates the size defined in the .ICA file, or it can display maximized in the embedded window. Choose the numbers of colors to be made available and select Next as shown in Figure 12.5.

Figure 12.5 Specifying application window size and available colors.

5.    Select the Basic encryption level to be used when accessing this application as shown in Figure 12.6. Please note that in order to utilize the other encryption settings, the Citrix Secure ICA Services must be installed.

6.    Enter the name and location of where the ICA file is to be stored. This file is to be stored in a public share and will be hyperlinked from the Web site.

7.    Select whether or not to create an associated HTML template for the application. If not, select No and then select Finish.

8.    If creation of a template file is desired, select Yes and then select Next.

Figure 12.6 Encryption settings.

Determining How the Application Is Displayed

The next step will determine how the application is to be displayed on the client PC. Selecting either choice requires separate follow-up option selections. Therefore, each selection path will be outlined separately.

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