Configuring Citrix MetaFrame for Windows 2000 Terminal Services

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11. Determine the type of login page to be generated and click Next as shown in Figure 12.17. Allow Explicit Logins requires the user to login with the User ID and password established by the network administrator. Allow Guest Logins allows anyone who has access to the network to select Log In as Guest on the Login screen, which provides an anonymous user ID and password hidden from the client that gives limited access to applications as defined by the network administrator. Both can be selected to allow both privileged users and guests to login. The additional option for Explicit, Force Domain, gives a two-box login that hides the domain from the display, but presents a slight security risk, as the domain is then listed in the source code of the Web page.

Figure 12.17 Determining the login page type.

12. At the Setup Confirmation Screen, verify that all entries are correct and click Finish. Otherwise, click Back to make changes to the appropriate screens.

Web Access Screen Examples

The following are example displays of the login, launched, and embedded access screens for the Citrix published Web applications for the original setup using both .ICA files and NFuse.

Figure 12.18 shows an example of a published desktop embedded in the Web browser, utilizing the original .ICA file method of Web access.

Figure 12.18 Embedded application utilizing the ICA method.

Figure 12.19 NFuse portal.

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