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    UPDATED April 18, 2009, for Acrobat Read 9.1 Portable Document Format (PDF) files are a popular way to transfer documents between computer users.  A PDF file retains formatting for the file being transferred.  There are over 600 free viewers available on http://www.download.com which allows the viewing of PDF files. In this article […]

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  • How To Hide Additional Drive Letters On A Server

    When Creating a Server Management Group Policy on Windows Server 2003, there are two options that can be set to either Hide or Prevent users from working with the server’s drives: Hide these specified drives in My Computer Prevent access to drives from My Computer When these options are enabled, there is a drop-down box that allo […]

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

    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”?

    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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  • LCD Cleaning

    This article was last updated on July 21, 2003 One of the most common questions I am asked, now that LCDs are in wide use, is how to clean one.  Every manufacturer has their recommended method.  What Envision recommends will ruin an NEC LCD and void your warranty.  As you will be able to tell, every LCD needs to be cleaned in a di […]

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