[THIN] Re: Citrix running in 2 Domains

One way is to copy the script over to a new gpo that applies to a group that 
the users belong to.  For instance, you have a group that is called domainb (in 
the metaframe domain) and the users belong to that group.  This would be a 
domain local group in the Metaframe domain and you could add the users directly 
(not recommended) or have a global group in domainb that is added to the domain 
local group.  Then filter the gpo on the domainb group so that it only apply's 
to that group.
 
Another way of doing it is to create a login script that does the same type of 
thing
 
if %userdomain%=="domainb" goto domainb
 
:domainb
<loginscript from domainb>
 
Make sense?
 
Jeff Pitsch

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Thanks Jeff ours is set to replace in Loopback mode.  How can I recreate
the script for the user on the OU where the MF servers reside?

Thanks,

Jobe




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Not necessarily true.  If the script is part of the User config and the
Citrix Server OU has a GPO that is set for Loopback: replace, then the
user script will not run.  You would have to recreate the script for the
user on the OU where the MF servers reside.

Jeff Pitsch

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Subject: [THIN] Re: Citrix running in 2 Domains

Yes. Don't look at this as a "Citrix" question.  It's really a Windows
question.  Treat it as if you walked up to a machine, gave it the 3
finger
salute, and entered your credentials.  Chances are, you have the option
of
selecting your logon domain.  If you select the one where your account
(w/
script) resides, presto, it runs.   Same should happen for your users.

adam





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So the login script in the Domain where the users account resides should
run on the server in the other domain?

WIN 2000/2003

MPS 3.0





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I have servers in 4 different domains, and users in @ 10.  Never had a
problem running the user's script.

WIN2K

MF XPe FR3

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Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 2004 3:04 PM
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Subject: [THIN] Citrix running in 2 Domains


Does anyone have Citrix running in 2 Windows 2000/2003 domains?  I'm
trying
to figure out how to get the login script to run from a user in Domain A
on
a server in Domain B.

Thanks,

Jobe



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