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  • Will a Citrix License Server in a Workgroup Supply Licenses to XenApp Servers in Multiple Directory Services?

    December 22, 2008


    Will a stand-alone Citrix License Server running in a Workgroup service the licensing requests for XenApp Servers running in multiple farms in multiple directory service systems? Someone asked me this question and my first thought was yes it would. But would it?

    NOTE: Most people believe that XenApp can only be installed on a network that uses either Active Directory or eDirectory. That is not true. XenApp can be installed on a stand-alone workgroup computer, as well as UNIX versions for Solaris, AIX and HP-UX.

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  • What is “Citrix”?

    November 17, 2008


    The first question usually asked by the Accidental Citrix Admin is “what is citrix?”. There are two ways the term “citrix” is used: as a specific product or as the name of a company which provides that product. Usually when “citrix” is mentioned, the term is referring to software used to allow multiple user access to one or more applications hosted on another computer (normally a server).

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