[THIN] Re: MPS4 - WINDOWS 2003 SP1

Ah sorry then.  My bad.  :(

Jeff Pitsch


On 12/14/05, IT Support <it@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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>  Thanks Jeff,
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> Interestingly enough, we are moving from Windows 2003 MPS 4.0, to Windows
> 2003 MPS 4.0 – Just the service pack added, hence we didn't expect all
> this bother!!
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> Our UPHCLEAN is also of the latest flavor, but we will keep our eyes on
> this one…
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> We seem to work in a blame environment whereas if it's not Microsoft's
> fault then it will Citrix's!!
>
> Regards
>
> Jaime
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> *From:* thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On
> Behalf Of *Jeff Pitsch
> *Sent:* 14 December 2005 16:46
> *To:* thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> *Subject:* [THIN] Re: MPS4 - WINDOWS 2003 SP1
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> 1)  There is funky thing microsoft runs with Win2k3 that seems to do
> this.  Nothing to do with Citrix
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> 2)  Again Windows and you need UPHCLEAN.
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> 3)  yea hasn't changed in years even with 3.0
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> 4)  Logoff button is windows
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> 5)  yes when you change OS's many things change.  Why would IE settings
> have anything to do with Citrix?  You mentioned profile being reset well
> this is an effect of that.
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> When you make such large changes (I'm assumin gyour coming from Windows
> 2000 and MFXP) you have to expect these types of large changes.
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> Jeff Pitsch
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> On 12/14/05, *IT Support* <it@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> Trying to get our printing problems resolved, we were advised by citrix to
> put on Windows 2003 SP1 and roll up package 
> PSE400W2K3R01<http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX107504>
>
> We've just put both on a test server, and have noticed some very strange
> oddities straight away…
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>    1. Profiles settings initially being wiped upon login. Fixed with SDT
>    & RDT <http://www.brianmadden.com/content/content.asp?ID=238>
>    2. Profiles are now not being cleared down upon logoff – temporary
>    files remain.
>    3. The login process has changed, no status boxes are displayed upon
>    login, and the splash screen now says "CITRIX METAFRAME XP SERVER FOR
>    WINDOWS" – huh? On an MPS4 box?
>    4. logoff button now says "Log Off DOMAIN\USERNAME" rather than just
>    "Log Off USERNAME"
>    5. Internet Explorer options and settings have also changed, with
>    toolbar buttons defaulting to small, even though they were set to large
>    previously and other oddities – and new features that need testing and
>    locking down!
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> And that's what we've noticed within five minutes of logging on!
>
> Can anyone point us in the direction of a definitive list, and possible
> further fixes???
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> Cheers.
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