Configuring Citrix MetaFrame for Windows 2000 Terminal Services

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9.    Confirm the listed setup information and click Next.


10. When the dialog box confirms that the installation has completed, click Finish.


Figure 12.10 Citrix NFuse component selection.

Figure 12.11 Citrix NFuse alternate port warning.

Installing the NFuse Web Server Extensions


Installation of the Web server components is minimal. However, caution must be taken because this installation will shut down Internet services on the Web server during setup. Any Web services running will be interrupted. It is best to plan this installation when the target Web server can be taken out of service or when usage is expected to be at its lowest and all users have been notified of the potential impact on their work. To install the Web server extensions, perform the following steps:


1.    Log onto the Web server.


2.    Invoke the NFuse Web server extension installation file, NfuseWebExt.EXE.


3.    Click Next at the Welcome screen.


4. A question dialog asks if you want to stop Internet information services as shown in Figure 12.12. If you choose Yes, it will prevent this machine from serving Web pages during the installation and will automatically restart the services at its conclusion. If you choose No, the installation will discontinue.


Figure 12.12 IIS suspension.

5.    Click on Accept at the License Agreement screen.


6.    Select the desired destination folder for the NFuse Web Server Extensions and click Next. In most cases, the default path is chosen.


7.    As shown in Figure 12.13, choose a setup type and click Next. Choosing NFuse Objects installs all operational components. Choosing Example Files provides some guidelines to follow for Web site development. Since this was Phoenix’s initial installation, the former was selected so that all of the components could be installed.

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