[THIN] Re: MSTerminalServices.org - User Desktop Management using the Citrix Content Publishing Feature

I thought it was the other way around, I script stuff cause I am lazy,
I want to do it once, not every time...

On 05/09/07, Joe Shonk <joe.shonk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
> Of Greg Reese
>  Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2007 8:25 AM
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>  Subject: [THIN] Re: MSTerminalServices.org - User Desktop Management using
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> the biggest advantage i can see is that when you add a server to the
> Published Desktop, you don't have to go and add it to each and every
> application individually.  Like Office, adobe, IE etc.  We publish a desktop
> here and let the agent drop in the applications.  When I add a server I have
> to go and add it to each standard app and it's a pain (i know I can script
> it but i'm lazy).  this would let me avoid that for the basics and I can
> still make the oddball apps i have in silos a regular published app.
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> it also may help some issues we have seen with smart cards, session sharing,
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> On 9/5/07, Joe Shonk <joe.shonk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> Ouch,  what kind of weird things are they doing at EDS?  Publishing Content
>  instead of Apps does not save you hardware! (Yesm, your Desktop server and
>  apps server can be one and the same).  You can't compare a 3-tier
>  architecture with a 2-tier architecture and say the sky has an orange tint
>  in Arizona.
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>  By publishing content for all your apps, you've just screwed with any
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>  you have of publishing just that application for remote access.   You can
>  only use publish desktop.
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>  Subject: [THIN] MSTerminalServices.org - User Desktop Management using the
>  Citrix Content Publishing Feature
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>  MSTerminalServices.org - RealTime Article Update
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>  Title:  User Desktop Management using the Citrix Content Publishing Feature
>  Author: Josef Zeiler
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> http://www.MSTerminalServices.org/articles/User-Desktop-Management-Citrix-Co
>  ntent-Publishing.html
>  Summary:        How administrators can provide access to published
>  applications in environments, where published desktops have to be used in
>  order to provide an "enterprise desktop" user environment.
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