Configuring Citrix MetaFrame for Windows 2000 Terminal Services

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2.    Create a new Organizational Unit (OU) and call it Citrix Servers.


3.    Move all your Citrix servers into this OU.


4.    Right-click on the OU and choose Properties.


5.    Click the Group Policy tab.


6.    Click New to add an object and name it Normal Users as shown in Figure 13.15.


7.    Highlight the new object and click Edit. This will show the Group Policy displayed in Figure 13.16.


Figure 13.15 Group policy dialog in Active Directory Users and Computers.

Figure 13.16 Group Policy settings.

8.    Expand the User Configuration object down to Windows Settings/Internet Explorer.


9.    Select the Security Key, and in the right-hand pane, double-click the Security Zones and Content Ratings value.


10.    In the Security Zones area, choose Import the current security zones settings.


11.    Click the Modify Settings button.


12.    Select the Internet object in the zone list as shown in Figure 3.17


13.    Click the custom level button and scroll down to the Downloads section.


14.    From here you can enable or disable file and font downloads.


15.    Click OK and close all the dialog boxes and the Users and Computers applet.


Figure 13.17 Security settings for Internet Explorer in Group Policy.

Printing


I am sure that you have discovered in your Personal Computer (PC) administration duties that printing is the source of a majority of your help desk calls. Between drivers, print servers, queues, and connectivity, printing takes up a lot of your non-Terminal Services/Citrix time, and so it is in the Terminal Services/Citrix world. If you are just using Terminal Services, then your printing is limited to classic Windows printing. Mapping a printer and either putting the setting in a logon script or saving it in the user’s profile is the solution here and works well when you maintain control of these printers and their queues and drivers. When using Citrix however, MetaFrame enables you to automatically map printers to your client computers’ printers. Herein lies the problem; you sometimes have little or no control over what printers your end users have connected to their PCs. The following sections explain what you can do to keep this under control.

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