Archive | November, 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).
Citrix XenApp Server products allow Farm Administrators and Users to interact with other user sessions. Shadowing can be a useful tool for user collaboration, training, troubleshooting and monitoring
The webica.ini file is used by the Citrix Windows client software for the purpose of providing more reliable security and user-configurable client drive file security. Depending on the version of the client software used, Citrix policies applied to a user or from the Citrix Connection Center systray icon, the user will see: