So is there a benefit to going to Windows 2008 Server for the XenApp servers. And if so can that be an inplace upgrade? Sorry never done an OS upgrade on a Citrix server before, only the Citrix itself. Thanks all for your info. Graeme On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 2:30 PM, Joe Shonk <joe.shonk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > To upgrade PS 4.5 to XenApp 5 is pretty simple. Just following this > simple step: > > > > 1) Wait for it…Wait for it… Wait for it… Congratulations! Your now > running XenApp 5! > > 2) Update WI, ICA Client, Isolation Client as needed > > > > Citrix is getting to be lazy as they hardly put any effort into effort > into XenApp 5 for Windows 2003. The only thing that is new is an updated > version of Isolation. You could say WI is updated but a .0.1 release as WI > 5 was already released with XenDesktop. They also didn't bother to > repackage and rebrand the install. So really, XA 5 should have been a 4.6 > released. > > > > Joe > > > > *From:* thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On > Behalf Of *Graeme Carstairs > *Sent:* Thursday, November 13, 2008 2:12 AM > *To:* thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > *Subject:* [THIN] Citrix upgrade from 4.5 to XenApp > > > > Hi, > > > > We currently have a Citrix PS 4.5 and as part of our Citrix advantage > subscriptions want to upgrade to XenApp,. > > > > > > Is there any gotchas that anyone is aware of for this upgrade. > > > > I understand it can be done as put disk into $.5 Server and run Setup. > > > > TIA for your help > > > > Graeme > > > > -- > Carbon credits are a bit like beating someone up on this side of the world > and sponsoring one of those poor starving kids on the other side of the > world to make up for the fact that you're a complete shit at home. > -- Carbon credits are a bit like beating someone up on this side of the world and sponsoring one of those poor starving kids on the other side of the world to make up for the fact that you're a complete shit at home.